Noldus Early-Career Software Grant
Noldus Information Technology is seeking proposals from North American researchers from all disciplines of behavioral science research. In particular, Noldus seeks to support outstanding scientific research and career development of scientists at the early stage of their professional careers by providing access to our innovative research tools. Noldus encourages submission of proposals from early-career faculty at all eligible organizations and especially encourages women, members of underrepresented minority groups, and persons with disabilities to apply.
Goals of the Program
Noldus’ primary goal is to support research for early career scientists seeking to establish their careers. Selection of this award is based on the research approach, originality of the proposal, the Applicant(s), environment of the research, and impact of the research.
These awards will provide access to Noldus software for no longer than 24 months. Up to five awards will be selected. The awardees will also receive a remote training. One awardee will be provided a travel grant and registration for the Measuring Behavior conference in 2024.
How to register?
This webinar will be held to answer questions about the application. Potential proposers and their partners are encouraged to attend.
Date | 15 July 2021
Time | 1pm Eastern Time
If you want to attend, please register by sending your name, e-mail and affiliation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Speaker: Jason Rogers, Ph.D.
Jason Rogers is a Senior Research Scientist at Noldus Information Technology. He earned his doctorate from the University of Utah in the neurobiology of learning and memory. In addition to his academic experience, Jason worked for a neuromarketing firm in the CPG space, as well as in qual and quant branding research.
Jason is an expert in FaceReader and has written several blogs related to analyzing facial expressions. Jason currently lives in Cincinnati, OH.