The 21st edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities will take place from 9 to 12 October 2023 in Brussels. Registration to the event is now open.
At this annual event, cities and regions showcase their capacity to create growth and jobs, implement European Union cohesion policy, and prove the importance of the local and regional level for good European governance.
The “Science for Policy in Europe Conference”, taking place between 10 and 11 October, will gather policymakers, science advisors, researchers, ethics experts, and other professionals in science-for-policy to discuss how to create better science-for-policy ecosystems in Europe.
This joint European Research Council (ERC) and the European Parliament's Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA) event will address the critical role of curiosity-driven, frontier research in solving practical challenges in sustainable food production and consumption. ERC-funded researchers will discuss consumer behaviour, greener production processes and the impact on health, food security and trade, together with members of the European Parliament and other prominent speakers.
It is an in-person event.
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
The ERC dashboard is an interactive tool that features data on ERC funded projects and evaluated proposals.
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.