Below you can find details of external grants currently available for the exchange of researchers.
|Status||Closing date||Call identifier||Call title||Website||Short description|
|OPEN||18/01/2012||FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IRSES||Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme||http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/page/people?callIdentifier=FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IRSES||Staff exchange within networking actions between European or AC countries (ECAC) from one side and countries with which EC has a S&T agreement (OUT). Other countries may be part of the project but NOT eligible for funding. Only exchanges from ECAC toward OUT and vice versa are eligible (exchanges between the ECAC group or the OUT group are possible but not eligible for funding). Exchanges of staff MUST be balanced between ECAC and OUT. Eligible staff: Either senior or junior scientists. Additionally technical and managerial staff can also benefit from the program. Full reintegration MUST be guaranteed. Compared to other Marie Curie actions, which target individual researchers, IRSES targets research organisations so as to reinforce long-term research cooperation. All fields of research of interest for EU are eligible.|
|CLOSED||11/08/2011||FP7-PEOPLE-2011-IEF||Marie Curie Intra European Fellowships for Career Development||Cordis Europa||This action provides financial support for advanced training and trans-national mobility, for a period of 12 to 24 months (full-time equivalent), for individual projects presented by experienced researchers active in Member States or associated countries in liaison with a host organisation from another Member State or associated country.|
|CLOSED||11/08/2011||FP7-PEOPLE-2011-IIF||Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships||Cordis Europa||This action provides financial support to individual research projects presented by the incoming experienced researchers in liaison with a legal entity (‘host organisation’) in a Member State or an associated country, as well as possibly with a ‘return host organisation’ if the researcher was active in an International Cooperation Partner Country before the incoming phase.The researchers shall be selected on the basis of a proposal submitted in liaison with a host organisation in a Member State or associated country, as well as with a ‘return host organisation’ if appropriate. Incoming Phase: The grant agreement will be concluded with the host organisations of the Member States or the associated countries for a total duration of between 12 and 24 months. Possible Return Phase for researchers from International Cooperation Partnership Countries (ICPC): For a possible return phase to an ICPC, a grant agreement will be issued for the duration of one year with the return host organisation, which will commit itself to ensure an effective return of the researcher. The grant is to be used as a contribution to research costs relating to the researcher’s project at the return host.|
|CLOSED||11/08/2011||FP7-PEOPLE-2011-IOF||Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowships for Career Development||Cordis Europa||This action provides financial support to individual mobility projects presented by experienced researchers in liaison with host organisations in the Member States or associated countries. The grant agreements will be concluded with the return host organisations of the Member States or associated countries for a total duration of up to 36 months. The project is expected to include a coherent research programme for the total duration of the contract, of which an initial outgoing phase, of between one and two years, is to be spent in a distinct legal entity in another third country (partner organisation) and a mandatory re/integration phase of one year within the contracting organisation (return host organisation) in a Member State or an associated country. The reintegration phase will normally commence directly after the outgoing phase.|
If you are interested in applying for an externally funded grant for researcher mobility, please complete the Information Form for Mobility Grant Application below and send it to the activity leader, Maurizio Sattin (the message should be sent to his assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org), who will advertise the opportunity for mobility among researchers in other ENDURE institutes: