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The Technology Centre Prague informs that National Contact Points for Horizon Europe prepared an annotated template of a project proposal to assist applicants to the Research and Innovation Actions and Innovation Actions in the EU R&I Framework Programme Horizon Europe to better understand the requirements of the template. The handbook has been prepared as part of the project Bridge2HE.
Work Programmes for the years 2023 and 2024 have been officially published on the website of the European Commission. Those, who are interested to participate in calls published by the European Commission within the programme Horizon Europe, can find details of the calls in the respective Work Programme.
Twinning aims to enhance networking activities between the research institutions of the Widening countries acting as coordinators and top-class leading counterparts at European Union level by linking it with at least two research institutions from two different Member States or Associated Countries. Therefore, building on the huge potential of networking for excellence through knowledge transfer and exchange of best practice between research institutions and partners. Twinning actions intend to help raise the research profile of the institution from the Widening country as well as the research profile of its staff including a special focus on strengthening the research management and administrative skills of the coordination institution from the Widening country.
Who can apply?
Researcher of any career stage and any research field. The research institution of the Widening coutry (i.e. Czech Republic) must participate as coordinator, and the consortium must be joined by at least two other advanced research institutions from two different Member States or Associated Countries.
Budget per project: 0,8-1,5 million €
Up to 100 projects are expected to be funded.
Reimbursement rate: 100%
Supported activities: knowledge exchange, mobility (fellowships), organization of seminars, workshops, conferences, development of joint R&I strategies, actions to improve project/support offices at the Widening institution, dissemination and exploitation, max. 30% of budget can be dedicated to research activities.
Duration of the project: Up to 3 years
Expected date of call opening: 25.4.2023
Expected deadline: 28.9.2023
More information: TheWork Programme with details of this call is to be found here, relevant are pages 6-12 and 19-28.
Should you be interested in this call, please contact the Project Centre (Miroslava Grünwaldt, Miroslava.Grunwaldt@vscht.cz), and we will provide you more information.
After the submission of 400 applications from 28 countries in the first round, the allocated budget has been disbursed. Therefore, the submission of proposals for the call MSCA4Ukraine has been stopped. University of Chemistry and Technology Prague has submitted 3 proposals, 2 of them for postdoctoral and 1 of them for doctoral research.
MSCA4Ukraine supports research stays of Ukrainian doctoral and postdoctoral researchers at a research institution in an EU Member State. The call is financed by the EU and organised by Scholars At Risk at Maynooth University and Alexander von Humboldt Foundation .
The project proposal for a research stay of 6-24 months should be submitted by the hosting research institution on behalf of the Ukrainian researcher (i.e. prepared by UCT supervisor + Ukrainian researcher), in any field of research.
The project proposal is short and quite different from standard MSCA fellowship proposals.
The grant amount corresponds to MSCA fellowships (Horizon Europe), i.e. approx. 6000 EUR/month (depending on family status and level of education achieved by the researcher).
6. 10. 2022, (11.00-12:30) - the Call will officially be launched and introduced by an info event (recording).
Till 9. 10. 2022 it is possible to publicly announce an open position for a research stay via online form. All open positions in the Czech Republic will be communicated to the Ukrainian community on 10.10.2022.
Submission of project proposals will be possible from 24.10.2022, the first round will be closed on 11.11.2022. Should there still be budget available, submission of project proposals will continue. tentative deadlines for next rounds are 9.12.2022 and 9.1.2023.