Put your research, yourself and TPM "in the media"
There are a lot of media and communication channels that can be used. But which channel is the right choice and what is the correct timing? TPM's Communication Department is happy to help you with this. Here you can learn how. The golden rule: What we don't know, we can not communicate.
How can we help you? In short:
Keep us informed of your research and milestones or events that go with it. We can then regularly pay attention to newsworthy facts during your research and we will draw extra attention to your research. We can also make a story of your research or refer media to you and share the final results with the outside world.
Have you been asked for an interview on the radio, TV or newspaper / magazine? We would really like to be informed, as our social media are extremely suitable for drawing people's attention to this. Make sure to give us a call in advance. We can keep an eye on it and provide extra attention through the TPM and TU Delft communication channels.
Speaking at an event
Are you a speaker at an event? Then we would like to hear this well before the event takes place. We can then pay extra attention to this before, during and immediately after the event. As a result, we contribute to your name as an expert TPM researcher and speaker and to awareness of your research. Sending us a message afterwards has no added value. The moment is already gone.
The channels we can deploy and you should follow
TPM uses many different channels to distribute research, news and events, such as the department page(s) of the website, the employee portal portal, external media, TU News, TPM News, TPM in the media, TPM newsletter, social media.
One of the fastest ways to promote your research or message is through social media.
The social media channels that TPM uses are: LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.Be sure to follow these channels yourself to stay informed about what is going on within TPM, but also in relation to TPM. This way you can quickly respond to current events if your research is connected with this or can play a role in this.
TU Delft and TPM Stories
In addition, the TU Delft Stories of Science page can be used. The TU Delft Stories of Science page puts the research stories of TU Delft researchers widely on display. There is also a TPM Stories page that only contains the stories of TPM researchers. Would you like to see your story here too? Then let us know about your research so we can help you.
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