MSCA Doctoral Networks (DN) 2022 - webinar
- Target group:
Researchers and EU-advisors
- Registration deadline:
June 16th 2022 at 23:58
Live streaming, video recording will be available
About the event
MSCA Doctoral Networks (DN) finance the training of PhD-students from around the globe. The network projects have a duration of four years, and allow for training between 10 to 15 PhD-students for up to 36 months. The funding basically covers their salaries, as well as networking and training costs. Interested?
MSCA DN can be executed as European Standard Networks, European Joint Doctorates, or European Industrial Doctorates networks.
The DNs are open to all fields of research, with no topical priorities. This naturally makes them very popular, and the competition is hard. For this reason, we urge potential applicants/supervisors to take part in trainings and webinars like this to increase their chances for success.
The call was opened recently, with a deadline 15. November 2022.
During the webinar, you will get basic information about the DNs, the requirements and criteria and so on. We also have a successful network coordinator to expand on her experience in applying and running a network.
Full information about the call, including guidance documents, are published on the Funding and Tenders Portal.
The webinar is held in English. It will be recorded and published on this website.
- How to apply for an MSCA Doctoral Network (DN)? (PDF), Per Magnus Kommandantvold og Berit Sundby Avset, MSCA NCPs
- My experience from applying for, being selected and coordinating the CO2PERATE ITN (PDF), Professor ved UiT - Norges Arktiske Universitet, Kathrin Hopmann, koordinator for CO2PERATE I.
- The DN evaluation processs (PDF), Aicha Bounaim, Dr. Senior Scientific Comupting Engineer, MSCA Evaluator
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