During the course, ERC submission forms will be analyzed, practical advice will be given and where possible examples of appropriate answers to the forms’ questions, taken from ERC funded projects, will be examined: thus, by the end of the course participants will be familiar with basic project design principles and will have at their disposal materials they can easily tailor to the features of their proposal.
The following topics will be covered during the course:
1) Short introduction to ERC Actions
2) How to access funding opportunities: reference websites (e.g. Participant Portal) and support instruments made available by the European Commission
3) Identifying calls for proposals: instruments, utilities and advice made available by the Commission
4) Structure of ERC topics
5) Proposal submission procedure: how the Electronic Submission Service works
6) Filling in administrative forms:
6.1) data required as regards the Principal Investigator
6.2) information required as regards the Host Institution(s)
6.3) ethical issues
6.4) supporting documents
6.5) preparing the project budget
7) Filling in the scientific-technical forms: analysis of forms, paying particular attention to:
7.1) Drafting the Principal Investigator’s CV and the Early Achievements Track-record (B1 Section)
7.2) Drafting B2 Section
7.3.1) Practical advice to draft “Objectives, State of the Art, Methodology” Section
7.3.2) Practical advice to draft “Resources” Section and to prepare the project budget
7.4) Drafting “Extended Synopsis” (B1 Section)
7.5) Drafting the project abstract
8) Ethical issues management
9) Project evaluation criteria
The course specifically addresses the needs of professionals and project managers who are involved in the design of ERC projects, both in the private and the public sector. The course can be an effective tool to help participants to successfully design projects, as well as to further develop their internal project management strategies. It can also provide a good opportunity to network and to share good practices.
THE COURSE WILL BE HELD IN ITALIAN. Courses can also be offered in English on demand.
Dates: Wednesday 11th September (from 9.00 p.m. to 17.00 p.m.); Thursday 12th September (from 9 a.m. to 13.15 p.m.)
Venue: EU CORE Consulting (Via Santa Teresa 15, building A, first floor, 10121 Torino - http://www.eucore.eu/contact).
COURSE FEE FOR ATTENDANCE ONLY TO THE FIRST MODULE (11th-12th September 2019): € 900 +VAT.
FEE FOR WHO WILL ATTEND BOTH MODULES (11th-12th September 2019 and 13th September 2019): € 1300+VAT (i.e.: € 900+VAT for the first module and € 700+VAT for the second module).
It is possible to benefit from a special rate for the registration of two or more people from the same Department/Office:
- € 800 +VAT each person for the first module
- € 600 +VAT each person for the second module
- € 1200 +VAT each person for both modules
The fee includes tuition, documentation (both in printed and electronic format), certificate, morning coffees and lunches.
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: 3rd September 2019
For further information, detailed agenda and registration form, please refer to our website: http://www.eucore.eu/training-courses/upcoming-courses/18514-come-costruire-una-proposta-di-successo-nell-ambito-del-programma-erc-2019
Horizon 2020, Marie Skłodowska-Curie, ERC, Grant management, Financial reporting, Technical reporting, Fiscal issues, Social security issues