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MSCA Staff Exchanges: Research & Innovation Projects with Europe

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MSCA “Staff Exchanges” (MSCA-SE) which promotes international and cross-sector collaboration through exchanging research and innovation staff.

 

MSCA “Staff Exchanges” (MSCA-SE): 

The European Commission’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) offers funding for short-term international and inter-sectoral exchanges of staff members involved in research and innovation activities of participating organisations.

Goal: to develop sustainable collaborative projects between different organisations from the academic and non-academic sectors (in particular SMEs), based in Europe and beyond. Exchanged staff benefit from new knowledge, skills and career development perspectives, while participating organisations increase their research and innovation capacities.

 

Staff Exchanges' call for proposals deadline: 8th March 2023

The SE action funds short-term international and inter-sectoral exchanges of staff members involved in research and innovation activities of participating organisations. The aim is to develop sustainable collaborative projects between different organisations from the academic and non-academic sectors (in particular SMEs), based in Europe and beyond. Exchanged staff benefit from new knowledge, skills and career development perspectives, while participating organisations increase their research and innovation capacities.

 

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    Location/Venue
    Southampton, Japan

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    SPEAKERS

     

     

    Marlène Bartès

    Policy Officer

    European Commission, Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (DG EAC)

     

    Marlène Bartès joined the European Commission in 2013, where she worked for the unit responsible for international cooperation and programmes in the field of education and training. Since 2020, she is part of the team in charge of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA), the EU’s reference programme for doctoral education and postdoctoral training.

     

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    Bernard Chenevier

    Visiting Professor

    Okayama University

     

    Bernard Chenevier has been a CNRS researcher for 30 years, and Director of Research for 15 years. His field is Structural Physics, Material Sciences. He has been on leave from CNRS and based at Okayama University since 2014 and engaged extensively in MSCA Staff Exchange between Japan and several European countries. 

     

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    EURAXESS Japan