23/10/2020

The Mobility Compass: How to apply for Mobility Funding in SPAIN


  • START DATE
    03/11/2020 - 16:00
  • EVENT TYPE
    Webinar
  • LOCATION
    China, Beijing
  • END DATE
    03/11/2020 - 18:00
  • ORGANISER
    EURAXESS China

In the next event of the Mobility Compass webinar series, which focuses on how to apply to mobility funding in the Members States of the EU as a Chinese researcher, EURAXESS China will take you to SPAIN.

The webinar will start with an introduction from EURAXESS China about the European Research Area and will continue with a presentation by Xavier Eekhout Chicharro of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology, who will provide an overview of the public and private calls for the recruitment of researchers currently available in Spain at the European, State and Regional levels, classified by the different career stages. This presentation will be also based on the work collected in the 5th edition of the Guide Researcher career path in Spain at a glance! If you're looking for research opportunities, you can also have a look at the page Science in Spain.

Antonio Molina, Director of the Centre for Plant Biotechnology and Genomics UPM, will offer an overview on how Chinese and Spanish Institutions can work together

We will conclude with a Q&A session, where participants will be welcome to ask their questions. 

REGISTER FOR FREE

The webinar will take place on Tuesday 3 November 16:00-17:30 (China time) on Tencent Meeting (or VooV Meeting if you're using its English version).

To download the meeting platform application visit the following links: Chinese Tencent Meeting: https://meeting.tencent.com/download-center.html?from=1001 or English VooV Meeting: https://voovmeeting.com/download-center.html?from=1001. You will receive instructions on how join the webinar after registering for it.

AGENDA:

16:00 Introduction on the European Research Area by EURAXESS China

16:10 Research opportunities in Spain, by Xavier Eekhout Chicharro

16:30 How Chinese and Spanish Institutions can work together, by Antonio Molina

16:50 Q&A session