- When? April 4th, 2022 12-13
- Where? Online, you will get a link to the event when you have registered
- Registration: https://forms.gle/M88bznTfa8CYDjjY7
DISA welcomes you to an information seminar focused on information and advice on how to develop a competitive proposal in the upcoming call for Marie Skłodowska Curie postdoctoral fellowships (MSCA-PF). The seminar will include presentations illustrating four relevant perspectives – key information, evaluation of proposals, hosting an MSCA-PF fellow and being an MSCA-PF fellow. As a fellow you apply for the fellowship with a PI, and as a PI you apply for the fellowship with an identified fellow. The seminar will provide researchers interested in becoming a supervisor for a MSCA PF with information on the fellowship programme, the requirements of a supervisor, practical information, and insights on how to write a competitive proposal from the supervisor’s perspective.
The MSCA PF tool is an outstanding prospect to expand your research group by an extremely skilled and funded postdoctoral researcher for two years while adding complementary skills and competencies to your group.
- Annett Wolf, European Grants Advisor
- Hemant Ghayvat, Senior Lecturer and Marie Curie Fellow
From the programme:
- What is MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships?
- Proposal writing process
- What is required from you as a Supervisor? The MSCA Guidelines on Supervision.
- LNU as a host institution
- Yes, I want to be a MSCA supervisor. What do I do now?
- Experiences from a LNU MSCA PF Supervisor
About MSCA PF
The objective of the Horizon Europe MSCA-PFs is to support researchers’ careers and foster excellence in research. The Postdoctoral Fellowship’s action targets researchers holding a PhD who wish to carry out their research activities abroad, acquire new skills and develop their careers. PF grants help researchers gain experience in other countries, disciplines and non-academic sectors. The grant usually covers two years’ salary, a mobility allowance, research costs and overheads for the host institution. Applications should be co-written by the researcher and the host organization. MSCA PF is open to all scientific disciplines.
Visit the European Commission’s website for additional information.