Research Opportunities in Europe: Info Session on Grants and Fellowships
Panel Discussion | November 19 | 9 a.m.-1 p.m. | 370 Dwinelle Hall
Mary Kavanagh, Minister-Counselor for Research & Innovation, Delegation of the EU to the USA
Europe has a vibrant and exciting science and technology culture and offers many excellent and generous career funding opportunities for researchers and innovators, no matter where they come from in the world. Horizon 2020, the European Unions research and innovation funding program, is the worlds largest multinational R&I program. In addition to funding collaborative research projects, it offers opportunities to individual researchers. Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions and European Research Council grants are open to researchers from public and private organizations, who would like to spend time in Europe, regardless of their nationalities, careers stage, or field of research. Experts will present these opportunities and guide the audience through the options and practicalities of application. Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters and the Euraxess Network will also be presented.
09:00am 09:15am Networking
09:15am 09:20am Welcome and introduction with Akasemi Newsome, Associate Director, Institute of European Studies
09:20am 09:35am Introduction to the EU research landscape and to Horizon 2020 - Dr. Mary Kavanagh, Minister-Counselor for Research & Innovation, Delegation of the EU to the USA.
09:35am 10:20am Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions, and how to apply for them, followed by Q&A
10:20am 11:05am European Research Council research grants, and how to apply for them, followed by Q&A
11:05am 11:35am Erasmus Mundus International Joint Master Degrees and how to apply for them, followed by Q&A
11:35am 12:05pm Euraxess - Researchers in Motion initiative, followed by Q&A
12:05pm 01:00pm Networking lunch available for participants who RSVP on a first come first serve basis
RSVP online by November 18.