Digital Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships training
On 8 June, the Research Services of Aalto University and the Nordic 5 Tech alliance invites researchers to a digital Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships training. The session is a possibility to listen to invited speakers and interact with peers. Welcome!
Tid: To 2023-06-08 kl 12.00 - 15.15
Plats: Digital in Webropol
The postdoctoral fellowships in Marie Skłodowska-Curie are aimed at postdoctoral researchers who want to move within or outside Europe to conduct research. This digital training event is especially relevant if you are a researcher with up to eight years of research experience after a doctoral degree or if you are planning to invite an international researcher within this fellowship to join your research group. However, all Nordic 5 Tech alliance researchers are welcome to participate.
Enjoy upfront lectures, where invited speakers share their experiences, and get the opportunity to contribute to polls and live questions.
Please note these fellowship guidelines:
- The researchers apply for fellowship funding in cooperation with the host organisation.
- An eligibility mobility rule applies to all applicants for the postdoctoral fellowships.
- The fellow must not have resided in the host organisation's country for more than 12 months in the three years immediately before the call deadline.
Programme and registration
The event is organised by the Research Services, Aalto University and the Nordic 5 Tech alliance, and the registration is open to 6 June.
- Introduction to Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships (MSCA PF) funding
- How to write a successful MSCA PF proposal: Excellence, Impact, Implementation
- MSCA PF experiences and success stories
From Aalto Research Services:
- Morgane Colleau, grant writer
- Claudia Dell'Era, Head of Pre-Award Services
- Mervi Lipponen, Senior Research Liaison Officer
- Laura Verbrugge, Grant Writer
Additional invited speakers from the N5T universities will be announced.
If you have any quesions about the event, contact Mia Brandelius, senior advisor at KTH’s Research Support office.