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RUSERA EXE Call for proposals for EU-Russian RTD working visits

The RUSERA EXE consortium is pleased to announce a call for proposals for EU-RU working visits. Researchers located in one of the EU Member States are offered the opportunity to apply for a working visit to an RTD organisation which is located in the Russian Federation.

RUSERA EXE Working visits aim at the establishment of a lasting researcher-to-researcher RTD relationship between European and Russian researchers. The visits are encouraged to take advantage of existing RTD funding programmes facilitating EU-RU cooperation (like FP7) and should result in the preparation of joint proposals. Apart from FP7, other EU or bilateral RTD funding programmes can also form the basis for the future lasting RTD cooperation. RUSERA EXE Working visits should last 10 working days, will receive a max. funding of 2.500 EUR, should be submitted by 31st October 2007 and should be carried out between January and April 2008. For more information, please consult the following links: General Guidelines: Annex 1: Deadlines and overall schedule Annex 2: Application form Annex 3: Form for the interim report (incl. a draft of the financial report to be submitted) Annex 4 Form for the final report For more information about the RUSERA-EXE project, please consult this link: The RUSERA EXE consortium will also be pleased to support you with the search for appropriate Russian host institutions. RUSERA EXE is coordinated by the Association for Engineering Education of Russia (AEER), Russia. The Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), Austria and the Greek National Documentation Centre (EKT/NHRF), Greece, are partners. For further information please visit or contact: Petra Reiter Austrian Research Promotion Agency Sensengasse 1 A – 1090 Vienna Phone: +43 5 7755 4205 Fax: +43 5 7755 94011


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