20/02/2021

Info session New MSCA: what's in it for mobile researchers and institutions?

Topics: Events

Tags: MSCA | Horizon Europe | LAC | Testimonials


  • START DATE
    16/03/2021 - 11:30
  • EVENT TYPE
    Conference
  • LOCATION
    Brazil, Online
  • END DATE
    16/03/2021 - 13:00
  • ORGANISER
    EURAXESS LAC

Are you interested in a research stay in Europe or do you want to collaborate with European institutions?
Join the information session and learn how you can benefit from the European Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions (MSCA) to carry out a PhD, a Post-doctorate or a research project including several European and international institutions. 


Latin American and Caribbean researchers who secured MSCA funding (alumni) will share their experience and tips with the audience.

When? Tuesday 16 March 2021, at 08:30 MEX, 09:30 CO, 11:30 AR, BR, CL, 15:300 CET

Register here

(bit.ly/MSCAinfosession2021)

Agenda:

MSCA info session preliminary agenda

 

  • [MSCA under Horizon Europe, Boryana Yotova, European Commission

  • RedLAC NCPs: a network to support Latin American and Caribbean researchers and institutions

  • Questions and answers (Q&A)

  • Breakout rooms: Learn from your peers, Testimonies and tips from LAC MSCA fellows and Q&A

*Room 1: PhD in Europe

*Room 2: Postdoctoral fellowship

*Room 3: International research and innovation projects

*Room 4: Doctoral training networks: experience of LAC institutions

Please, choose your room according to your profile and interest.]

 

The webinar will be held in English. No interpretation. Duration: 90 minutes.

No certificate will be provided.

 

The event is organised by EURAXESS LAC and the Argentinian, Brazilian and Chilean chapters of the Marie Curie Alumni Association – MCAA. It is part of the second Latin American MCAA Research Conference (https://mcaalatam2021.sched.com/).

 

About MSCA:

The Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) are the main European funding programme to support researchers' training and mobility. It funds researchers of any nationality, at all stages of their careers and in all research areas.