Speaker S3: Careers and mobility for an open European science landscape
Isabelle Halleux is geological engineer and PhD in Applied Sciences from the University of Liege, Belgium. She did her post-doctoral career in a Belgian Governmental Research Institute for Mines and Environment, after a research experience in Canada. She then specialised in Research evaluation, Institutional Analysis, Group dynamics, and Education Technologies.
Since 2002, she is Head of the Research Office at University of Liege (22 persons). She is in charge of the Research Council secretary, including the management of internal funding, of the general management of research projects (from ideas to contracts) and of the office for doctoral affairs. She is responsible of ULiege Euraxess Mobility Service and is actively working on the implementation of the European Charter and Code (HRS4R, Euraxess Rights), as implementer and peer-reviewer in name of the EU and Vitae-UK.
Dr. Halleux participated in many international and European projects, as partner or coordinator. She manages structuring projects dealing with research and Researchers Career Development (MSCA and Cofund projects). She is training researchers to Ethics, Open Science, Professional Attitude, Leadership and Project management.
Dr. Halleux is also strongly involved in cross-border initiatives and in institutional support in research governance for universities in developing countries.