Tyndall Early Career Researchers’ Network (TEC-Net) envisages to enhance both the research and business, potential and capabilities, of Tyndall early-career researchers by increasing the exchanging of ideas internally and with European peers. To learn more about TEC-Net activities, download their Annual Report 2020.
Early career researchers can be defined as:
Researchers in their first four years (full-time equivalent) of their research activity, including the period of research training.
Our Mission is to create opportunities to support the development of early career researchers in Tyndall by helping them to extend their professional network and gain new skills in a multi-disciplinary environment.
Members of the Tyndall Early Career Researchers’ Network have access to the following:
TEC-Net is a newly launched network established by early-career researchers at Tyndall. The ultimate goal is to provide support and advice to other early career researchers at Tyndall through collaboration, networking, training and social opportunities.
TEC-Net is driven by a dedicated team of young researchers at Tyndall, who are working towards developing the most suitable opportunities to sharpen early-career researchers’ current skills and development of new expertise.
TEC-Net supports Tyndall’s 2025 goals of fostering future research leaders; building our talent pipeline; nurturing international thought leadership; and providing opportunities for collaboration.
Tyndall is a member of the Young European Associated Researchers network (YEAR). YEAR offers EU networking opportunities, social events, and training events focused on skills development initiatives applicable to a wide range of disciplines.