Marie Curie Individual FellowshipsThe Institute of Physics, University of Tartu in Estonia welcomes eligible candidates interested in applying for Marie Curie Individual Fellowships. The chances of the application success are enhanced by the new Widening Fellowships call addressed to the new EU member states (including Estonia) and associated countries.Topics of InterestThe particular topics of interest can be described with the following keywords:
Curio Biotech SA is a young start-up company located at BioArk (Biotech Park), Visp in Valais in Switzerland. The state of Valais in Switzerland is a hub for the life science Industry with 1 out of 4 jobs in Switzerland now being recruited there. At Monthey and Visp several repututed companies such as Lonza, ExcellGene etc. are located. Our start-up, Curio Biotech, was also founded in Visp and brings extensive experience in the fields of human – 1) dermatology, 2) reproductive biology and 3) immune-biology of autoimmune diseases.
In the website of the Liaison Office Argentina – European Union, there is a section where a number of Argentinean institutions post their interest in participating in the various actions offered by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) programme.
Are you interested in finding a host institution and supervisor in Ireland to support an application to the MSCA Individual Fellowships (IF) 2018 call?On the webpages at the links below, you will find details of potential host organisations in Ireland, in both the academic (Universities, Institutes of Technology, Research centres) and the non-academic sectors (companies, industry, public bodies, non-governmental organisations), who are actively looking for talented researchers to apply with them to this call.Irish organisations have a stron
The University of Warsaw is a leading Polish university located in the capital of Poland, one of the most dynamically developing academic cities in Europe, holding high positions in international rankings. Warsaw is the centre of political and economic life and has a lively social and cultural scene. Among ca. 47.6 thousandstudents the University community includes 4,400 foreigners: students, doctoral students, employees and grantees of, among others, coming also under the Erasmus+ programme from Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Turkey and otherEuropean countries.
In the framework of the Net4Mobility project, the Irish Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Office is organising on the 24 & 25 of January aWebinar outlining how countries outside the EU can participate in MSCA with a specific focus on ITN and RISE.
Please find the link to the booklet including practical information (calls dates, elegible researchers, duration of the contracts, wages, research area,etc.) on 16 COFUND programmes in Spain who will have open calls in 2017-2018.