On 8-9 June, ERC President Maria Leptin will visit Slovenia and Croatia, where she will meet research Ministers, ERC grantees and the research community.
This webinar is organised by the ERC Executive Agency in cooperation with the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Innovation of Slovenia and the Slovenian Research and Innovation Agency.
This webinar, organised by Access2EIC, the network of the EIC/EIE National Contact Points and the Agency for the Promotion of European Research (APRE), will present the ERC Proof of Concept and the EIC Transition schemes.
The Agency for the Promotion of European Research – APRE is organising an Italian Info Day event to explain the novelties foreseen in the next ERC Work Programme 2024 and the eligibility rules and criteria for the next calls. Among the speakers are Giovanni Sartor, member of the ERC Scientific Council and Angela Liberatore, Head of the Scientific Department of the ERCEA. This event is aimed at future ERC applicants, leading representatives of universities and research organisations as well as project managers.
Grant up to 1.5€ million for 5 years
For promising early-career researchers with 2 to 7 years experience after PhD
Grant up to 2€ million for 5 years
For promising early-career researchers with 7 to 12 years experience after PhD
Grant up to 2.5€ million for 5 years
For established research leaders with a recognised track record of research achievements
Lump Sum Grant of 150.000€
For ERC grant holders to explore the commercial or societal potential innovation of their ERC frontier research project
Grant up to 10€ million for 6 years
To address ambitious research questions that can only be answered by the coordinated work of a small group of 2-4 principal Investigators
For researchers wishing to work or gain experience in an ERC grantee’s team
Deadlines: 21 Sep 2023
Deadline: 23 May 2023
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The tool allows users to access project details with the help of filters, to generate statistics and to export data in different formats.
The ERC is composed of an independent Scientific Council and an Executive Agency.
The Scientific Council governs the ERC and is responsible for setting the ERC's scientific strategy.
It consists of eminent scientists and scholars.
The ERC Executive Agency (ERCEA) implements the ERC strategy as set by the Scientific Council and oversees the day-to-day grant administration.