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Horizon 2020: Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships - MSCA-IF-2014-EF/GF
Invito a presentare proposte nell'ambito delle azioni Marie Skłodowska-Curie del pilastro Excellent Science di Horizon 2020, relativamente alle Individual Fellowships (IF).
Il Link per la presentazione delle domande sarà disponibile dal mese di aprile.
Le Individual Fellowships (IF) hanno l'obiettivo di rafforzare il potenziale creativo ed innovativo dei ricercatori esperti mediante una mobilità transfrontaliera e intersettoriale.
Le Individual Fellowships si rivolgono ai ricercatori esperti interessati a esperienze di mobilità a livello internazionale o intersettoriale. L’obiettivo è valorizzare il potenziale creativo e innovativo di ricercatori esperti, fornendo loro l’opportunità di acquisire nuove conoscenze, lavorare su progetti di ricerca in un contesto europeo o internazionale, avviare nuove prospettive di carriera o rientrare in Europa.
L'invito prevede due tipologie di IF:
- European fellowship (EF): è prevista un'unica università ospitante avente sede in uno Stato membro o paese associato;
- Global fellowship (GF): il ricercatore dovrà svolgere un periodo di ricerca da uno a due anni in un paese terzo e 12 mesi nell'università ospitante avente sede in uno Stato membro o paese associato.
The goal of Individual Fellowships is to enhance the creative and innovative potential of experienced researchers wishing to diversify their individual competence in terms of skill acquisition at multi- or interdisciplinary level through advanced training, international and intersectoral mobility.
Individual Fellowships provide opportunities to acquire and transfer new knowledge and to work on research in a European context (EU Member States and Associated Countries) or outside Europe. The scheme particularly supports the return and reintegration of researchers from outside Europe who have previously worked here. It also develops or helps to restart the careers of individual researchers that show great potential, considering their experience.
Support is foreseen for individual, trans-national fellowships awarded to the best or most promising researchers for employment in EU Member States or Associated Countries, based on an application made jointly by the researcher and host organisation in the academic or non-academic sectors.
Fellowships are either European Fellowships or Global Fellowships. European Fellowships are held in EU Member States or Associated Countries and are open to researchers currently within and outside Europe. The country where the European Fellowship is held is subject to the rules of mobility. Global Fellowships are based on a secondment to a third country and a mandatory 12 month return period to a European host. The country where the Global Fellowship secondment takes place is subject to the rules of mobility, whereas the return phase is not.
Return and reintegration of researchers into a longer term research position in Europe, including in their country of origin, is supported via a separate multi-disciplinary reintegration panel of the European Fellowships. For the reintegration panel, there shall be mobility into Europe.
Support to individuals to resume research in Europe after a career break, e.g. after parental leave, is ensured via a separate multi-disciplinary career restart panel of the European Fellowships. To qualify for the career restart panel, researchers must not have been active in research for at least 12 months immediately prior to the deadline for submission.
Researchers receiving an Individual Fellowship may opt to include a secondment phase in Europe, notably in the non-academic sector, within the overall duration of their fellowship. For a fellowship of 18 months or less, the secondment phase may last up to three months. For a fellowship of more than 18 months, the secondment phase may last up to six months. The secondment phase can be a single period or be divided into shorter mobility periods. The secondment should significantly add to the impact of the fellowship.
A Career Development Plan should be established jointly by the supervisor(s) and the researcher. In addition to research objectives, this plan comprises the researcher's training and career needs, including training on transferable skills, planning for publications and participation in conferences.
Individual Fellowships are expected to add significantly to the development of the best and most promising researchers active in Europe, in order to enhance and maximise their contribution to the knowledge-based economy and society.
The action will also strengthen the contact network of both the researcher and the host organisation.
The fellowship will contribute to realising the full potential of researchers and to catalysing significant development in their careers in both the academic and non-academic sectors.
Some researchers will be resuming a research career in Europe after a break, or reintegrating within Europe after living abroad.
Proposals for European Fellowships involve a single host organisation (future beneficiary) established in a MS or AC. The project proposals are submitted by this host organisation, which is represented by the supervisor, in liaison with the researcher.
For European Fellowships the applicants can submit their proposals as Standard EF to one of the 8 main evaluation panels or to one of the 2 multidisciplinary panels: Career Restart Panel (CAR) and Reintegration Panel (RI). The CAR panel provides financial support to individual researchers who want to resume research in Europe after a career break, while the RI panel is dedicated to researchers who want to return to Europe to reintegrate in a longer term research position.
Proposals for Global Fellowships involve a single host organisation (future beneficiary) established in a MS or AC. The project proposals are submitted by this host organisation, which is represented by the supervisor, in liaison with the researcher.
Global Fellowships are composed of an outgoing phase during which the researcher spends 1 to 2 years on secondment to a partner organisation in a Third Country, plus a mandatory 12-month return period to a host organisation (the beneficiary) located in a Member State or Associated Country.
For Global Fellowships the applicants can submit their proposals as GF to one of the 8 main evaluation panels.
Il contributo annuale per ogni ricercatore ammonta in media a 55.800 euro.
The host organisation shall appoint the eligible researcher under an employment contract / contract with full social security coverage (including sickness, parental, unemployment and invalidity benefits, pension rights, benefits in respect of accidents at work and occupational diseases) except where national regulation prohibits this possibility.
Table 1 gives the yearly reference rates for calculating the living allowances of the eligible researcher. The amounts per year are given in Euros per category of researchers who are recruited under an employment contract/ contract with full social security coverage complying with the social security legislation applicable. These amounts include all compulsory deductions under national applicable legislation.
Table 1: Yearly reference rates for living allowances under employment contracts for Experienced researchers: 55 800 euro
Le domande devono essere presentate per via telematica entro le ore 17 (ora locale di Bruxelles) del 11 settembre 2014.
Il Link per la presentazione delle domande sarà disponibile dal mese di aprile.
L'istruttoria delle domande sarà svolta da un'apposita Commissione che comunicherà il responso finale entro 5 mesi dalla data di chiusura dell'invito.
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