On Monday, June 29th, 2015 the Université Paris-Saclay * organizes a day dedicated to individual fellowships entitled "Individual Fellowships (IF) / Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions" of 2020 (closing September 10, 2015).
These individual projects allow to finance the researchers’ mobility (post docs, senior researchers) for 12 to 36 months according to the schemes, concerning a research project in Europe or outside Europe. In particular, the European Fellowship schemes allow to welcome in a laboratory researchers from the rest of Europe and from all over the world.
This workshop is aimed at researchers involved in the writing of a proposal (next submission deadline: September 10, 2015) but also to anyone wishing to learn about these fellowships incoming and outgoing international mobility.
During this meeting, candidates will benefit from recommendations on writing proposals and from the feedback of the expert-evaluators.
Individual interviews with an expert-evaluator are also available to the candidates in the afternoon.
Thank you to make your request during your registration by specifying which organization you belong to and the scientific panel chosen for your Marie Curie Fellowships.
Registration is closed!
Marie Curie Fellowships info day will take place on the campus of Paris-Sud University (Building 450, Amphi G1.): See map
Welcome address (UPSaclay)
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships in HORIZON 2020: the application and grant agreement process
Mateja DEMSAR, Project Officer in Research Executive Agency
Individual Fellowships : elaborate your proposal, step by step
Virginie CHOAY, INRA - National Contact Point MSCA
Interactive round table, with evaluators/applicants :
Writing your proposal : the point of view of the evaluators
Subject to preliminary registration : one-on-one session (15 min with an evaluator)
Attention: Due to the limited number of places, registering individual interviews will be confirmed
*organizing committee: Eugénia Shadlova (Université Paris-Sud), Lucie Ebran (CNRS), Anne Claire Gouze (CEA), Gwladys Jean-Joseph (AgroParisTech / INRA), Kristiana Stoitseva (Université Paris-Saclay), Samuel Costantin (Université Paris-Saclay).
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