Are you interested in research for sustainable work?
Welcome to an information meeting on why and how to apply for EU funding in this area, organised by SWOSH and representation by KTH Research Support Office.
Time: Mon 2019-11-25 10.00 - 11.30
Lecturer: KI: Prof Maria Albin, Ass Prof Theo Bodin, PhD Carin Håkansta
Location: IMM-room, Karolinska Institutet, Nobels v. 13, Solna
SWOSH (Sustainable WOrk: Swedes in Horizon) is a project that aims to promote the participation of Swedish researchers in Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe through networking, information and support.The information meeting on 25 November will provide information about EU funding opportunities, the role of Vinnova and what the participating Universities Grants Office (Research Support Office) can do for you. It is also a great opportunity to network with other researchers interested in this field of research.
SWOSH Project Team, KI: Prof Maria Albin, Ass Prof Theo Bodin, PhD Carin Håkansta and representatives from Grants Offices at Karolinska Institute,Stockholm University, Mälardalen University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Registration and questions:
Project coordinator Carin Håkansta: firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more about SWOSH
The objective of SWOSH is to promote Sustainable Work and the participation of Swedish researchers in Horizon 2020 (H2020) and Horizon Europe (FP9) through networking activities, information, capacity building and support. The goal of our activities is to increase the participation of Swedish researchers in the upcoming work programmes as well as ERC (excellent science), Maria Skłodowska-Curie Actions, Innovative Training Programmes (ITNs) and Cost Actions.
SWOSH targets researchers in the broad area of sustainable work, including occupational health, work organization, employment conditions, digitalization and new forms of work, green jobs etc.
SWOSH encourages different types of participation at different stages of researchers’ careers, for better long-term effectiveness. www.swosh.eu