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    Horizon 2020 - Applicants Training for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships

    How to write a competitive proposal

    24-05-2016, 09:30–17:00 in Bern
    Deadline passed on 23.05.2016

    This event is a one-day Training for researchers planning to apply to the 2016 Marie SkÅ‚odowska-Curie Individual Fellowships Call. You will work with an example proposal, get insight into the evaluation process and have the possibility to learn from a successful applicant.

    At the time of the event, participants should already be familiar with the Guide for Applicants, the MSCA Work Programme and the related FAQs, have outlined their proposal and be in contact with their future host institution.

    This is not an information event, but will require intense preparation. For basic information, please refer to our Webinar.

    Agenda

    09:30–10:00 Registration & Coffee
    10:00–10:15 Welcome & Introduction
    10:15–11:15 Training Part 1 'Excellence' (+Exercise)
    11:15–12:15 Training Part 2 'Impact' (+Exercise)
    12:15–13:00 Lunch Break
    13:00–13:30 Financial Aspects
    13:30–14:00 Experiences of a MSCA Fellow
    14:00–15:00 Training Part III 'Implementation' (+Exercise)
    15:00–15:30 Coffee Break
    15:30–16:15 Tips & Tricks, CV, Ethics, Communication, Dissemination
    16:15–17:00 Insight into the Evaluation Process

    Location

    Euresearch Head Office
    Effingerstrasse 19
    3008 Bern
    Switzerland

     
    Meeting Room 1st Floor

     

    Fee

    This workshop is free of charge but registration is compulsory.

     
    24-05-2016, 09:30–17:00 in Bern
    Deadline passed on 23.05.2016

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    Contact Information / Organiser


    Euresearch Head Office / S. Martinelli
    Tel.: +41 (0)31 380 60 11
    sibylla.martinellieuresearch.ch

    Euresearch Head Office / J. Sauer
    Tel.: +41 (0)31 380 60 21
    juliane.sauereuresearch.ch

    More information

    This event is free of charge but registration is mandatory. Due to place restriction, preference will be given to applicants planning to apply with a local institution in Switzerland or local Swiss-based researchers planning to go abroad.

    Field of Interest

    • Industrial Sectors
      • Electronics, IT & Telecomms
        • Industrial Manufacturing, Material & Transport
          • Other Industrial Technologies
            • Energy
              • Physical & Exact Sciences
                • Biological Sciences
                  • Agriculture & Marine Resources
                    • Agrofood Industry
                      • Measurements & Standards
                        • Protecting Man & Environment
                          • Social & Economics Concerns
                          • Scientific Disciplines
                            • Humanities
                              • Social Sciences
                                • Economics
                                  • Law
                                    • Exact & Natural Sciences
                                      • Life Sciences
                                        • Medicine & Pharmaceutics
                                          • Public Health
                                            • Technical & Applied Sciences
                                              • Interdisciplinary Sciences