Researchers, governance and industry practitioners are welcome to participate. This workshop will host up to 40 participants from the UK and Malaysia.All participants must be based/hosted by a UK or Malaysian university/organisation during the workshop period.
Prospective participants will need to complete the application form (online) and submit their CV and research impact statement to Dr Eric Lou (email@example.com). The impact statement consist of a 1000-word (max) submission on ‘Social Value of Heritage Refurbishment Projects’ incorporating the social, technological, environmental, economical or political elements.
Early Career Researchers (ECR) are strongly encouraged to apply. The Workshop Committee is committed to equal opportunities and diversity in all its activities and this includes the avoidance of any bias in the assessment of applications due to gender, disability, racial or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or religious belief. Extra support to enable participation of early career researchers with special needs will be given.
Grant This Workshop is fully funded by the Newton-Ungku Omar Fund. Travel and accommodation expenses of successful applicants will be covered by the British Council and Akademi Sains Malaysia under the Newton-Ungku Omar Researcher Links programme. This grant will cover costs related to the participation of the workshop including travel (international and domestic), accommodation and meals. Costs of visa, travel and medical insurance will also be granted. All activities not related to the Workshop will not be considered.
Publication An Edited Book including full papers from participants of this Workshop will be edited. Participants will be given the opportunity to improve their submission during the Workshop.