Webinar - MSCA Individual Fellowships 2020

When:

20 April 2020 10:00 - 12:00

Where:

Webinar

Target group:

Researchers and EU-advisers

Registration deadline:

18 April

About the event

NB! Due to the COVID-19/Corona virus-situation, the meeting will be done as a webinar.

The Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions training and career development fellowships for postdoctoral-level researchers, will soon open for proposals. Whether you intend to recruit a young talent to your lab, institute or your business, or you are looking for a research stay yourself anywhere in the world: Improve your chances by attending this seminar.

The MSCA Individual Fellowships (IF) are open to researchers of all nationalities, in all disciplines, and with a PhD degree or more than four years of full-time research experience. IF opens for a stay of between 12 and 24 months abroad. If "abroad" means a stay outside of Europe, there´s an additional year of funding for the return phase in Europe. Being involved in a MSCA project looks great on your CV, asserting independence and networks!


The call for 2020 opens 8. April, with a deadline 9. September 2020. The budget for the MSCA in Horizon 2020 is still increasing, and for 2020 it is 328 million euro in the IF-call.

Please register before 18 April. Your registration allows us to distribute presentations afterwards.

Programme

  • The basics of MSCA IF. How to develop a competitive Individual Fellowship proposal.
    Berit Sundby Avset and Per Magnus Kommandantvold, National Contact Points (NCP) for MSCA in Norway
  • I made it! A testimony from a successful MSCA-fellow
    Jessica Dimka, PhD, Oslo Metropolitan University
  • What´s to gain? The view of the supervisor
    Svenn Erik Mamelund, research professor at AFI, Oslo Metropolitan University
  • Q &A with the NCPs via the meeting chat

Contact

Berit Sundby Avset

Contact

Per Magnus Kommandantvold