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Welcome to this workshop on the Marie Sklodowska Curie Doctoral Network calls with deadlines 28 November 2023 and 27 November 2024. It is open to researchers at KTH, either planning to coordinate or participate as partner in a proposal.

Time: Thu 2023-08-17 09.00 - 12.00

Location: KTH Campus, Teknikringen 1, seminar room Arabella

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Marie Curie is by far the most popular subprogram for academics within Horizon Europe. The reason is simple – it is open to all disciplines to conduct free research, international- and transectoral mobility, which can include training, networking, publications and secondments.

Research advisors Gustav Sigeman and Mia Brandelius at the KTH Research Support Office will guide you through the application process and support services. In addition, we are happy to welcome Professor Linda Lundström (KTH School of Engineering Science) who will present the Doctoral Network Advanced Customised Technologies for Intact Vision in Ageing ( Activa ). The workshop will take place face-to-face.

As we aim to create an intimate and interactive setting, the number of participants is limited to 16 persons. We will have coffee and buns. Please confirm your participation in this doodle

If you are unable to attend, please contact Gustav Sigeman  for individual counselling.

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Do you have any questions on Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions programme or the seminar? Please contact Gustav Sigeman or Mia Brandelius.

Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions

The Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) provide grants for doctoral candidates and highly experienced researchers. The purpose is to encourage transnational, intersectoral, and interdisciplinary mobility.

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