Please note, if you wish to apply for funding for the R&D Management Conference, you must do so via the conference organiser.
2016: 4th-6th July, the Centre for Technology Management (CTM) will host the 2016 R&D Management Conference at the University of Cambridge. Please see website: www.ifm.eng.cam.ac.uk/events/radma-2016. Preceding the conference is a two-day PhD Colloquium at the weekend, 2-3 July. There is no extra fee for PhD students attending the Colloquium due to the support of RADMA. Please see www.rnd2016.eng.cam.ac.uk/phd-colloquium for details.
2017: dates to be confirmed - Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium.
2015: 23-26 June, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy. http://www.rnd2015.sssup.it/.
2014: Stuttgart, Germany -Management of Applied R&D: Connecting high value solutions with future markets. (http://www.rndmanagementconference2014.org.)
2013: Manchester, UK -Skills for Future Innovation - Implications for R&D Management (www.rndmanagementconference2013.co.uk/)
2012: Grenoble, France - Creating and Capturing Value through R&D Management and Innovation (http://www.rndmanagement.info/)
2011: Norrkoping, Sweden -R&D, Sustainability & Innovation - the need for new ideas, initiatives and alliances (http://www.iei.liu.se/rnd2011?l=en)
2010: Manchester, UK - Information, Imagination & Intelligence in R&D Management (http://www.rndmanagement.info/THE R&D MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE 2010/Index - The R&D Management Conference 2010.htm)
2009: Vienna, Austria - The Reality of R&D and its Impact on Innovation
2008: Ottawa, Canada - Emerging and New Approaches to R&D Management
2007: Bremen, Germany - Risk and Uncertainty in R&D Management
2006: Lake Windermere, UK - The Challenges and Opportunities of R&D Management - New Directions for Research
2005: Pisa, Italy - Organising R&D activities: a Balancing Act
2004: Taiwan - Creativity, Innovation & Entrepreneurship in R&D Management
2003: Manchester, UK - Implementing the Theories of R&D Management - Advancing the State of the Art
2002: Leuven, Belgium - Strategy, Policy & Performance: Impact of R&D Activities
2001: Wellington, New Zealand - Leveraging Research & Technology
2000: Manchester, UK - Wealth from Knowledge
1999: New Delhi, India - R&D as a Business
1998: Avila, Spain - Technology Strategy & Strategic Alliances
1997: Manchester, UK - Managing R&D into the 21st Century
1996: Lausanne, Switzerland - Using IT Effectively in R&D Organisations
1996: Twente, Holland - Quality & R&D
1995: Pisa, Italy - Knowledge, Technology & Innovation Organisations
1995: Hyderabad, India - Entrepreneurship & R&D
1994: Manchester, UK - Managing Human Resources in R&D
1993: Zurich, Switzerland - Technology Assessment & Forecasting
1992: Manchester, UK - Managing R&D Internationally
1991: Kiel, Germany - External Acquisition of Technological Knowledge
1990: Manchester, UK - R&D, Entrepreneurship & Innovation
1989: Ghent, Belgium - R&D, Design & Manufacturing
1988: Manchester, UK - State of the Art in R&D Management
1987: Paris, France - The Strategic Management of Technology
1986: Manchester, UK - Management Development for Scientists & Technologists
1985: Manchester, UK - Managing R&D Effectively
1984: Manchester, UK - Knowledge Engineering & R&D
1983: Manchester, UK - The Management of Interdisciplinary Research
1981: Manchester, UK - International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research
1980: Manchester, UK - Industrial R&D Strategy & Management - A Challenge for the 1980's
Please note that the 2016 Doctoral Studies call is now closed. This award provides up to three years funding to talented prospective or mid-study PhD students, offering an opportunity to concentrate on the studentship for the period of the award. The expectation is that candidates will have a Masters degree in a relevant field or an excellent first degree or equivalent. Candidates will be expected to complete yearly progress reports and to make a copy of their thesis available to RADMA upon its completion. To be eligible for funding candidates must be accepted for PhD study at a UK university. Applications must be supported by the candidate’s PhD supervisor. Awards will be granted to and administered through the institution, not individual candidates. The award will cover costs related to fees and specified living expenses up to a maximum of £18,000 per academic year (pro-rata for part-time students; partial funding is a possibility) and conditional upon the receipt of acceptable annual progress reports. Please read the award's terms and conditions, which you can download by clicking here. Please download the full funding call by clicking here. Please download the application form by clicking here. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
RADMA helps fund students to attend the R&D Management Conference. This award is usually administered by the Conference organiser. The award provides support to talented mid-study Masters and PhD students who are presenting a paper at the R&D Management Conference. Candidates must be undertaking a Masters or PhD within the research and development management discipline. For information on forthcoming conferences please click here.