Webinar - ERC Synergy Grant (SyG) 2024

Target group:

Researchers and EU-advisers



Registration deadline:

June 12 kl 23.58


Live streaming, video recording will be available

14 June 2023 09:30–11:30

About the event

Take part in the webinar for the ERC Synergy Grants call 2024. We are glad to have the participation of Call Co-coordinator Giuliano Scalzi from the ERC Executive Agency. Professor Andrea Bender at the Department of Psychosocial Science at The University of Bergen shares her experiences from applying and executing the Synergy Grant "QUANTA".  

The ERC finances individual grants for Principal Investigators (PI) with groundbreaking ideas. However, sometimes a researcher wants to address a research problem so ambitious, that it cannot be dealt with by one PI alone. The Synergy Grants can be the solution. It is expected that apart from displaying scientific excellence, the project will yield an outstanding intrinsic synergetic effect. SyG is open to all disciplines and research fields, and to researchers at Starting, Consolidator and Advanced grant level of experience.  

For the budgetary year of 2024, the ERC SyG has a tentative deadline on 8. November 2023, with the call opening approx. 12. July 2023. Two to four Principal Investigators can join forces on a project. They can be based on the same or different institutions. One of the PIs can be based in an institution outside of the EU member states or the associated countries. More information about the Synergy Grants can be found on the ERC website

When the call opens in July, you will be able to access the complete information package. You also find information about the other ERC grant types on the ERC web pages.  

The meeting will be held English. It is intended for researchers and administrative support staff employed by research institutions in Norway.  


This is a digital meeting, lasting for two hours from 09:30 CET:  


Berit Sundby Avset

    Banebrytende forskning

Per Magnus Kommandantvold

    Banebrytende forskning

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