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ERC Information and Networking Event

7th March, Agora Haut-Carré, Bordeaux, France

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Participation to this event is open to all and free of charge.

European Research Council grants are recognised flagships of Horizon 2020, the European Union's Research Framework Programme for 2014 to 2020.

ERC grants are designed to encourage the highest quality of research in Europe through competitive funding and to support investigator-driven frontier research across all fields, on the basis of scientific excellence.

In this context the Université de Bordeaux, CNRS and INRA have joined forces with the European Research Council Executive Agency to host a special event in Talence open to all researchers and adminstrators across research disciplines and academic establishments to learn more about the different types of ERC calls and how to set about constructing an ERC proposal. At this event you will have the opportunity to hear more about each stage of the proposal selection process from ERC Panel Members and listen to the experiences of ERC grantees preparing their proposals and managing their ERC projects. This meeting will also provide an opportunity for participants to share experiences and questions around the subject of proposal writing and project management in the style of an ERC <speed-dating> and networking event.

So if you are interested in participating to this event, be sure to follow the instructions below and register soon!

REGISTRATION

Please come along to this free event open to all researchers and administrators   interested in preparing or participating in ERC proposals.

To register for this event, please follow this link, and click on "Registration for the ERC pre-meeting and symposium".

Fill up the required fields and choose from the “registration package”: registration for the ERC Event (7th March).

For more details about the ERC Information and Networking event, please contact Katel Goeden - Université de Bordeaux: katel.goeden@u-bordeaux.fr

Program

Wednesday 7th March 2018

13h00
Welcome reception and coffee
13h40
Introduction

Prof. Philippe Moretto Vice Président Recherche de l'Université de Bordeaux

Gaëlle Bujan Déléguée Régionale (CNRS DR15)

Clémentine Lallier European projects officer (INRA)

14h00
The European Research Council Programme Presentation

Dr Claudia Alves de Jesus-Rydin (Senior ERC Research Programme Officer Panel PE10)

14h30
Drafting a successful ERC grant proposal

Round Table #1 - Panel members on the evaluation of proposals

Dr Claudia Alves de Jesus-Rydin, ERCEA (Senior ERC Research Programme Officer Panel PE10)

Dr Veronique Garcon, CNRS (ERC Panel Member)

Prof. Dimitri Batani, Université de Bordeaux (ERC Panel Member)

Round Table #2 - Grantees feed-back on experiences

Dr Lisa Wingate, INRA (ERC Starting Grantee)

Professor Jennifer McElwain, Trinity College Dublin (ERC Starting and Proof of Concept Grantee)

Professor Jean-Christophe Baret, Université de Bordeaux (ERC Starting and Proof of Concept Grantee)

Professor Alexander Kuhn, Bordeaux INP (ERC Advanced Grantee)

16h00
Networking aperitif "scientific speed-dating"

Free discussion with ERC grantees, panel members and European officers!

19:00
Aperitif ends

Free registration at:

ERC meeting registration

For further information:

Ms Carolne Angeli - caroline.angeli@cnrs.fr

Ms Katel Goeden - katel.goeden@u-bordeaux.fr