Marie Curie Training for Georgian and Armenian Researchers

19.06.2013

 

Intelligentsia recently conducted training workshops in Georgia and Armenia about the European Commission’s Marie Curie Actions (FP7 People programme).

The first training workshop was held during the FP7 SENS-ERA International Conference “Nanosensory Systems and Nanomaterials” at the Georgian Technical University in Tbilisi. Participants included researchers from England, Georgia, Greece, Russia and Ukraine.

Meanwhile, the second training workshop was held at the ISTC branch office in Yerevan under the umbrella of the FP7 IPERA and FP7 SiSNet projects. This workshop attracted an audience of young Armenian scientists with diverse research backgrounds.

The training focused on two schemes particularly interesting for international scientists wishing to do research in Europe: Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship (MC-IIF) and Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme (MC-IRSES).

Both schemes are open to applications from a wide range of research fields: chemistry, economic sciences, information science and engineering, environment and geosciences, life sciences, mathematics, physics, and social sciences and humanities.

Currently, the MC-IIF scheme has an open call with a deadline on 14 August 2013 whilst the MC-IRSES scheme is expected to have its next call deadline in early 2014.

 

 

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