13-14 June 2024, FH Campus 02, Graz
Participation: Expression of Interest Form    

The master class is focused on educating researchers, research professionals and practitioners regarding the role of research in generating societal impact.

The OIT Impact Masterclass will take place, on 13th -14th of June in Graz, Austria, and welcomes applications from all WTZ universities and research institutions, practitioner communities and across disciplines. Please note: this is an onsite event (in-person only).

The Masterclass offers an excellent opportunity for participants to develop skills for creating impact and to design their own research impact journey. Participants will learn how to gain impact awareness, identify and contextualize the impact of their research, learn about aspects of engaging for impact, and tracking of impact for generating real-world impact. The Masterclass is a great place to build new connections and explore future collaborations.

Expression of Interest (EOI) to attend the Masterclass must be submitted through this form by the deadline: 30th April 2024. EOIs will be reviewed and applicants will be notified of the outcome of their EOI on 15th May 2024Participation is limited to 30 participants to maximise the engagement, so get your EOI in as soon as possible!

Participation in the Masterclass is at no cost to the participant (free of charge). Participants must however cover their own transport to, accommodation, and living expenses whilst in Graz.

 The full program is available here

Summary of details

  • Participation: in-person only
  • Deadline for EOI: Tuesday, 30th April 2024
  • Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their EOI on 15th May 2024
  • Host and Location: FH Campus02, Graz
  • Cost to register: Free of charge
  • Masterclass conducted by: Dr. Avni MISRA, RMIT Melbourne (AUS)


We encourage you to apply ASAP and look forward to meeting successful applicants in Graz in June!
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Petra Auer-Nahold (TU Graz) 

Best wishes, WTZ3-T2 Impact Team


Project lead:

The OpenInnoTrain Project* is led by Professor Anne-Laure Mention, Director, Global Business Innovation Enabling Impact Platform, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

* This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłowdowska-Curie grant agreement No. 823971.

The Masterclass is hosted by WTZ Süd**

** Knowledge Transfer Centre South (WTZ Süd) is financed by aws, by means of the National Foundation of Research, Technology and Development (Austrian Funds) and managed by TU Graz, Austria.

Erstellt von: Technische Universität Graz, AM
am: 26.03.2024