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Researcher training and mobility in 6. FP:  Researcher training and mobility in 6. FP Eeva Ikonen Programme structure:  Programme structure Marie Curie Actions Main Features :  Marie Curie Actions Main Features Opportunities provided for researchers at all stages of their career; Coherent approach, based on financing international mobility for researchers; Employ "bottom-up" approach i.e. all fields of science and technological interest for the European Community (no priority areas); Multidisciplinary projects are encouraged; Promotion of female participation Keywords: training, transfer of knowledge, excellence promotion, returning and reintegration Action in HRM programme:  Action in HRM programme Early-stage Researchers (EST) at the beginning of their career; < 4 years of active research experience (e.g researchers undertaking a doctoral degree); Experienced Researchers at least 4 years of active research experience; or, have obtained a doctoral degree; In some actions, researchers with >10 years experience will be ineligible; Action in HRM programme:  Action in HRM programme Criteria for nationality and transnational Mobility :  Criteria for nationality and transnational Mobility Criteria applied at time of application (individual actions), or time of appointment (host actions). Exceptions: EU researchers active outside EU for >4 of last 5 years. Return and Reintegration Mechanisms. Multiple nationalities (if not resided in the last 5 years) International Organisations Must not a national of the state in which they will be appointed and carry out their research; Must not have been resident or worked/studied in that state for >12 months out of the last 3 years; Host driven actions and individual driven actions:  Host driven actions and individual driven actions Initial training:  Initial training Marie Curie Host Fellowships for Early Stage Research Training (EST) Marie Curie Research Training Networks (RTN) Marie Curie Conferences and Training Courses (SCF/LCF) Research Training Networks (RTN):  Research Training Networks (RTN) Aim: Trans-national networks with common research project as a vehicle to provide training and transfer of knowledge. Researchers: Early stage and experienced (up to 10 years) Hosts: Teams from at least 3 MS or AS (at least 2 MS or CC). Funding: (Min of 65% of funding on researchers’ costs) Researcher – living, mobility, career exploratory allowances Host – funding for researcher networking, general organisation and management of the project, audit and management costs (7%), overheads (10%), some equipment costs Duration: Fellowships from 3 months - 3 years; 4 year network Host Fellowships for Early Stage Research Training (EST):  Host Fellowships for Early Stage Research Training (EST) Aim: Acquisition of scientific and technical competencies and other complementary skills, inc. research management, ethics Researchers: Early stage researchers (typically during PhD) Hosts: Single or Multi-partner (min 3 teams in 3 countries) Funding: Researcher – living, mobility, career exploratory allowance Host – Funding for researcher networking, general organisation and management of the project (€250/month), audit and management costs (3%), overheads (10%) Duration: 3 months to 3 years, possibility to gain PhD Conference and Training Courses (SCF/LCF):  Conference and Training Courses (SCF/LCF) Aim: To support conferences, training courses, summer schools, laboratory courses, workshops, virtual events etc. Funding: Series of conferences: Researchers – travel and subsistence, fees for attendance Hosts – organisational expenses, management activities (7%), equipment where necessary Large conferences: Researchers – Subsistence costs and attendance fees Hosts - Management activities (3%) Duration: Few days up to several weeks for large conferences while the series of events should take place over 4 years Transfer of Knowledge Actions :  Transfer of Knowledge Actions Within the Transfer of Knowledge Actions there are schemes: Marie Curie Development Scheme Industry-academia Strategic Partnership Scheme Transfer of Knowledge Actions :  Transfer of Knowledge Actions Aim: To promote exchange between academia and industry and help develop competencies in less favoured regions of the EU Researchers: Experienced researchers (>4 years or PhD) Funding: Development Scheme: At least two teams - Seconded Staff : living, mobility allowances and travel costs, host receives management costs (3%), overheads (10%) and training costs (€800/month max) Hosted researchers : living, mobility, career exploration allowances and travel costs, project expenses €1200/month max) Industry-Academic Strategic Partnership Scheme: At least two teams - salary costs, management costs (€800/month max) Duration: Appointments of up to 2 years Intra-European Fellowships (EIF):  Intra-European Fellowships (EIF) Aim: To respond to the individual advanced training needs of the most promising experienced researchers to give them the necessary boost to become fully independent in their field Researchers: Living, travel and mobility costs, career exploratory allowance. Costs for training and for research costs (managed by host) €750/fellow/month (€500 for non-lab based) Hosts: Management costs (3%), Overheads (10%) Duration: Researcher appointed for 12-24 months International Fellowships :  International Fellowships MC Outgoing International Fellowships (OIF) Up to 3 years appointment for EU/AS experienced researchers to work in a Third Country research centre (2 years +1 year return) MC Incoming International Fellowships (IIF) Aimed at ‘top-class’ researchers from Third Countries to work in a European research centre (2 years + possible return) Fellows : salary, travel and mobility costs, career exploratory allowance. Costs for training and for research costs (managed by host) €750/fellow/month (€500 for non-lab based) Hosts : Management costs (3%), Overheads (10%) Excellence Promotion and Recognition :  Excellence Promotion and Recognition Marie Curie Excellence Grants (EXT) (up to 4 years) To set up or extend teams of the highest level Leading edge or interdisciplinary research Marie Curie Chairs (EXC) (up to 3 years) Top level teaching appointments Particularly for researchers who wish to resume their career in Europe Marie Curie Prizes (EXA) Prizes for excellent researchers who have benefited from Marie Curie Actions Reintegration Grants :  Reintegration Grants Aim: To support integration of a stable research career following a period of mobility Following a 2-year Marie Curie fellowship EU and Associate Country fellows Reintegration of country of origin or elsewhere Obligation for host to offer minimum 2-year work contract and research project Following a stay outside Europe European researchers who have been outside Europe for 5 years Road Map of Calls for Proposals (check also Cordis):  Road Map of Calls for Proposals (check also Cordis) More information :  More information http://www.tekes.fi/eu/fin/6po/tutkijaliikkuvuus/index.html http://www.cordis.lu/improving Marie Curie Fellowship Association: http://www.mariecurie.org Social security within EU: http://europa.eu.int./comm/employment_social/soc-port/schemes/guide_en.htm European job opportunities: http://europa.eu.int/comm/employment_social/index_en.htm IPR helpdesk: http://www.ipr-helpdesk.org The pan-European Researcher´s Mobility Portal: http://europa.eu.int/eracareers Suomessa: Portaali koulutukseen ja tutkimukseen: http://www.research.fi Suomen Akatemian www sivut: http://www.aka.fi Tekesin www sivut: http://www.tekes.fi Portaali kansalaisille tarkoitettuihin palveluihin: http://www.suomi.fi Henkilövaihdon keskuksen sivut: http://www.cimo.fi Patentti- ja keksintöasiat: http://www.prh.fi tai http://www.keksintösäätiö.fi Slide20:  The objective is to raise the quality standards of research by e.g. promoting the international mobility of researchers Researcher mobility funded by means of support to research and studies abroad research projects research programmes centres of excellence bilateral agreements Support to researcher capacities and mobility Slide21:  Types of agreement on international cooperation International agreements treaties bilateral agreements between the Academy of Finland and foreign organisations agreements with 27 countries and regions and 39 foreign organisations in addition to researcher exchange, agreements also provide a good platform for new cooperation Implementation project, programme and centre of excellence cooperation researcher exchange expert cooperation seminars, workshops Slide22:  EU Member States (e.g. France, Germany) EU Candidate Countries and Associate Countries (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland) NIS countries (Belarus, Russia, Ukraine) Asia (China including Taiwan, India, Iran, Japan, Republic of Korea) Other countries (e.g. Argentina) Negotiations under way (e.g. Brazil, Chile) Academy’s bilateral agreements Slide23:  EU Member States (e.g. France, Germany) EU Candidate Countries and Associate Countries (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland) NIS countries (Belarus, Russia, Ukraine) Asia (China including Taiwan, India, Iran, Japan, Republic of Korea) Other countries (e.g. Argentina) Negotiations under way (e.g. Brazil, Chile) Academy’s bilateral agreements

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