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SC2/TS9.1 ECS

How to write a successful ERC Starting or Consolidator Grant proposal (co-organized)
Convener: Susanne Buiter  | Co-Convener: João C. Duarte 
Mon, 18 Apr, 15:30–17:00 / Room -2.61
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This workshop provides background and tips for Early Career Researchers planning to apply for an ERC Starting or Consolidator Grant. An ERC Executive Agency member, two ERC grant winners, and a review panel member will share their experiences in the ERC programme, proposal writing, interviewing and reviewing.

Programme:

(1) Opening statement

(2) Introduction to the ERC Starting and Consolidator Grant programmes

(3) Experiences from past ERC grant winners:

(4) Tips from a PE10 review panel member

(5) Time for Q&A
Public information: Programme:

(1) Opening statement by ERC past vice-president Sierd Cloetingh;

(2) Introduction to the ERC Starting and Consolidator Grant programmes by ERC Executive Agency member Claudia Jesus-Rydin addressing questions as: What type of proposals does ERC seek? Which stage of career to apply? What are new developments?

(3) Experiences from past ERC grant winners:

* Luca Caricchi, University of Geneva, winner of a Starting Grant in 2015 for "FEVER: Forecasting the recurrence rate of volcanic eruptions";

* Alexandre Schubnel, CNRS, winner of a Consolidator Grant in 2015 for "REALISM: Reproducing EArthquakes in the Laboratory: Imaging, Speed and Mineralogy";

(4) Tips from past PE10 review panel member Fabrizio Storti;

(5) Time for Q&A.