Workshop: Workshop “Horizon Europe Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions Postdoctoral Fellowships: How to write a competitive proposal?”
23. bis 25. Januar 2023
on-campus (room TBA)
Vortragende Person/Vortragende Personen:
Juliane Sauer, Research Support
23 January (12:00–17:00,
25 January (9:00–13:00)
on-campus (room TBA)
Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions Postdoctoral Fellowships (MSCA PFs) target postdocs (with no more than 8 years of experience after the completion of their PhD) who wish to carry out their research activities abroad, acquire new skills, develop their careers and improve employability by gaining experience in other countries, disciplines and non-academic sectors.
These postdoctoral fellowships spread excellence in research and they are based on knowledge transfer between fellows and their host(s), with a strong emphasis on interdisciplinarity and intersectoral experience. MSCA PFs allow candidates to extend their international network as well as to enhance their professional reputation as a researcher. On the other hand, hosting an MSCA Postdoctoral Fellow allows established group leaders to work with the most brilliant postdocs in their field that bring additional expertise to the research group.
Interested researchers submit an application together with a host organisation, which can be a university, research institution, or other organisation based in an EU
Member State or Horizon Europe Associated Country. During our workshop, we will focus on writing successful applications for MSCA PF and encourage the exchange
in finding potential host(s). At the end of the workshop, attendees will be equipped with tools and know-how to prepare a competitive MSCA PF proposal submission.
We would kindly ask you to send a short CV and description of your research area (if available also the name of your potential host) and motivation for participating in the workshop (up to 1 page) no later than 1st November 2022 to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: MSCA PF.
A more detailed programme will be sent to the participants.