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UE: Borse di ricerca - Bando EMRP 2012 - Fase 3

Data chiusura
07 May 2012
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Europeo
Soggetto gestore
Euopean Commission

Descrizione

Invito a presentare domande per borse di ricerca di eccellenza (REG), di mobilità (RMG) e di mobilità per i ricercatori nella fase iniziale della loro carriera (ESRMG) nell'ambito del programma di lavoro del programma europeo congiunto di ricerca metrologica (EMPR), 3° Fase del Bando 2012.

Il programma è nato per rispondere alle crescenti esigenze presenti in Europa di una metrologia all'avanguardia, soprattutto nei settori tecnologici emergenti, quale strumento di innovazione, ricerca scientifica e sostegno alle politiche.

 

L'EMRP supporta la collaborazione di ricerca tra Istituti di misurazione nazionale (NMI) e Istituti designati (DI) da 22 Stati europei insieme al Centro comune di ricerca della Commissione europea. L'EMPR è stato avviato congiuntamente da Belgio, Repubblica ceca, Danimarca, Germania, Estonia, Spagna, Francia, Italia, Ungheria, Paesi Bassi, Austria, Polonia, Portogallo, Romania, Slovenia, Repubblica slovacca, Finlandia, Svezia e Regno Unito e da Norvegia, Svizzera e Turchia

L'obiettivo della Fase 3 (borse di ricerca) del Bando è: estendere il numero delle organizzazioni e dei ricercatori attivi nel settore della metrologia negli Stati membri dell'UE e nei Paesi associati al 7° Programma Quadro.

Sono previsti tre tipi di borse di ricerca:

  • borse di eccellenza destinate ai ricercatori (REG);
  • borse di mobilità destinate ai ricercatori (RMG);
  • borse di mobilità per i ricercatori nella fase iniziale della loro carriera (ESRMG).

Posso partecipare all'invito:

  • REG e ESRMG: ricercatori con almeno 4 anni di esperienza, cittadini dell'UE o di un Paese associato al 7° Programma Quadro;enti di ricerca aventi sede in uno Stato membro o in un Paese associato al 7° Programma Quadro;
  • RMG: ricercatori a qualsiasi livello di carriera, cittadini dell'UE o di un Paese associato al 7° Programma Quadro; enti di ricerca aventi sede in uno Stato membro o in un Paese associato al 7° Programma Quadro.

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REG

A REG must be jointly applied for by:

  • A Researcher with at least 4 years of relevant research experience; without an on-going salaried contract; and who hold the nationality of a Member State of the European Union; or a country associated with the Seventh Framework Programme (Note: there are exceptions to the nationality criteria, see section 5.1 of this document)
  • A “Home Organisation”; a legal entity located in Member States and countries associated to the Seventh Framework Programme, which is not an NMI or DI (Note: there are exceptions to the DI criteria, see section 5.1 of this document). The Home Organisation is where the REG-Researcher will undertake the majority of the research activities.

Duration of a REG

The total duration of a REG must be between 12 and 36 months, and must end before the associated JRP. For the EMRP Call 2009-Energy the earliest start date for Stage 3 REG is likely to be 01 September 2010.
If transnational guestworking is included in the REG, this must not exceed 30% of the total REG duration.
A JRP may have more than one REG associated with it, but the cumulative duration of all REGs associated with a JRP would not usually exceed 36 months.
The duration of the EMRP Researcher Grant must reflect the planned activities (noting that the activities must be additional to the JRP, but relevant to the JRP objectives). A robust estimate of the time required to dertake the tasks should be agreed between the EMRP Researcher Grant Beneficiaries, and the JRP- Coordinator (or Work Package leader).

RMG

A RMG must be jointly applied for by:

  • A Researcher at any stage in his/her career who hold the nationality of a Member State of the European Union; or a country associated with the Seventh Framework Programme (Note: there are exceptions to the nationality criteria, see section 5.1 of this document)
  • A “Guestworking Organisation”; a legal entity located in Member States and countries associated to the Seventh Framework Programme, which is located in a different country to the RMG-Researcher’s employer and is:
    - A EURAMET member country not participating in the EMRP (which have limited or no metrology research capability) or,
    - An NMI & DI, or
    - An organisation benefiting from an EMRP Researcher Excellence Grant Duration of a RMG
  • A single RMG can be between 1 and 18 months duration, though they will typically last for 6 months. All RMGs must end before the JRP with which they are associated.

Duration of an RMG

A JRP may have more than one RMG associated with it, but the total duration of all RMGs associated with a JRP would not usually exceed 18 months (unless budget is unspent by other JRPs)
The duration of the EMRP Researcher Grant must reflect the planned activities (noting that the activities must be additional to the JRP, but relevant to the JRP objectives). Having agreed the research activities, a robust estimate of the time required should be agreed between the applicant, and the JRP-Coordinator (or workpackage leader). Please ensure that any required facilities are available at the time required, for every organisation involved.

The research undertaken by the RMG-Researcher must occur at the Guestworking Organisation. This organisation must be located in a different country to the RMG-Researcher’s employing organisation.

ESRMG

An ESRMG must be jointly applied for by:

  • A Researcher (together with his/her employing organisation) in the first 4 years of his/her career who holds the nationality of a Member State of the European Union; or a country associated with the Seventh Framework Programme (Note: there are exceptions to the nationality criteria, see section 5.1 of this document)
  • A “Guestworking Organisation”; an NMI or DI from an EMRP participating state, which is a member of any JRP-Consortium.

Duration of an ESRMG

A single ESRMG can be between 3 and 12 months duration, though they will typically last for 6 months. All ESRMG must end before the JRP with which they are associated.

A JRP may have more than one ESRMG associated with it, but the total duration of all ESRMGs associated with a JRP would not The duration of the EMRP Researcher Grant must reflect the planned activities (noting that the activities must be additional to the JRP, but relevant to the JRP objectives). Having agreed the research activities, a robust estimate of the time required should be agreed between the applicant, and JRP-Coordinator (or workpackage leader). Please ensure that any required facilities are available at the time required, for every organisation involved.usually exceed 12 months (unless budget is unspent by other JRPs).

A seconda della tipologia di borsa, il contributo consiste in:

  • assegni di ricerca e di mobilità per i ricercatori e le loro famiglie,
  • contributi destinati agli enti di ricerca per la gestione dei progetti.
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Allowances for a REG

REGs provide financial support to cover the appointment of experienced researchers to carry out research related to the JRP objectives in organisations that are not part of the National Metrology Systems (non NMI/DI organisations). The funding package includes a salary allowance and a contribution towards other research-related costs. The following section of this document details the allowances available through the REG scheme.

Monthly Gross Salary Allowance

A fixed monthly gross salary allowance is funded by the REG, therefore the net salary will be less than the allowances given below.
The gross monthly allowance is dependent on the REG-Researcher’s level of relevant research experience and is:

  • 4,525 € (before national adjustment3) for experienced researchers (see section 5.1 for eligibility).
  • 6,783 € (before national adjustment4) for very experienced researchers (see section 5.1 for eligibility).

This allowance provides the gross salary, and is administered by the Home Organisation. The monthly gross salary allowance includes compulsory deductions both in terms of taxation and in terms of social security coverage according to national legislation. In all Member States, an employment contract must guarantee a 3 See Annex 4: Correction coefficients for EU-27 Member States and FP7 associated countries ”package” of social security coverage made of several items (e.g. sickness & maternity benefits, age benefits, unemployment benefits, benefits in respect of accidents at work etc).

Research and Training Allowance

A fixed allowance of 800 € per researcher per month for Research and Training costs is funded by the REG. This allowance is administered by the Home Organisation but should be made available to the REG- Researcher whether they are located at the Home Organisation or the Guestworking Organisation. The allowance covers:

  • Costs incurred at the Home Organisation (e.g. research costs, consumables, equipment usage) associated with the REG-Researcher’s activities.
  • Meeting and conference attendance, participation in training, attendance at project meetings, and so on, by the REG-Researcher.

Management Activities and Contributions to Overheads (Home Organisation)

A fixed allowance of 700 € per month forms a contribution to the Home Organisation’s management activities and overheads. Note that “Management Activities and Contributions to Overheads” can be claimed for the total REG duration (i.e. the duration spent at the Home Organisation, and the time spent at the Guestworking Organisation).
This allowance is adjusted by a correction coefficient3 related to the country of the Home Organisation, to account for the variation in the cost of living in each country.

REG Transnational Guestworking Allowances (Optional)

The majority of the REG-Researcher’s work must be undertaken at the Home Organisation, but there is an option to undertake transnational guestworking at one or more of the JRP-Partners premises (the “Guestworking Organisation”) for periods of at least one month, and up to 30 % of the total REG duration. If transnational guestworking is undertaken as part of the REG then additional mobility allowances can be claimed, they are:

Guestworker Living Allowance

There is a fixed scale of 1800 € / month for accommodation, subsistence and local travel. Note that when REG-Researcher’s accommodation is provided for free, (or at a very subsidised rate) the ‘Guestworker Living Allowance’ will be reduced.
This allowance is adjusted by a correction coefficient3 related to the country of the Guestworking Organisation, to account for the variation in the cost of living in each country.

Guestworker Family Allowance

An additional 300 € / month can be claimed if the REG-Researcher relocates with his/her family (see section 5.3) and can only be claimed where the REG-Researcher is relocating with his/her family to the Guestworking Organisation (the family must also be relocating transnational to claim this allowance).
This allowance is adjusted by a correction coefficient3 related to the country of the Guestworking Organisation, to account for the variation in the cost of living in each country.

Travel Allowance

A fixed allowance of 500 € is paid to Guestworkers at the beginning of the EMRP Researcher Grant, and then every 3 months. This is a contribution to the RGE-Researcher’s return travel from the Home Organisation to the Guestworking Organisation, and can be used for extra trips home if they so wish.

Management Activities and Contributions to Overheads (Guestworking Organisation)

The REG funds a contribution to the Guestworking Organisation’s management activities and overheads of 200 € a month. Note that “Management Activities and Contributions to Overheads” can only be claimed for the time the REG-Researcher is at the Guestworking Organisation.
This allowance is adjusted by a correction coefficient3 related to the country of the Guestworking Organisation, to account for the variation in the cost of living in each country.

Allowances for a RMG

This section of the document details the funds available through the RMG scheme. A spreadsheet is available from www.emrponline.eu that will calculate the likely allowances that you can claim for your exact circumstances. Annex 2 gives some worked examples.
Note that the Guestworking Organisation may not take profit from these allowances.

Guestworker Living Allowance

There is a fixed scale of 1800 € / month for accommodation, subsistence and local travel. Note that when RMG-Researcher’s accommodation is provided for free (or at a very subsidised rate), the ‘Guestworker Living Allowance’ will be reduced.
This allowance is adjusted by a correction coefficient3 related to the country of the Guestworking Organisation, to account for the variation in the cost of living in each country.

Guestworker Family Allowance

An additional 300 € / month can be claimed if the RMG-Researcher relocates with his/her family (see section 5.2) and can only be claimed where the RMG-Researcher is relocating with his/her family to the Guestworking Organisation (the family must also be relocating transnational to claim this allowance).
This allowance is adjusted by a correction coefficient3 related to the country of the Guestworking Organisation, to account for the variation in the cost of living in each country.

Travel Allowance

A fixed allowance of 500 € is paid to RMG-Researchers at the beginning of the EMRP Researcher Grant, and then every 3 months (or part of 3 months). This is a contribution to the RMG-Researcher’s return travel from home to the Guestworking Organisation, and can be used for extra trips home if they so wish.

Management Activities and Contributions to Overheads (Guestworking Organisation)

The RMG funds a contribution to the Guestworking Organisation’s management activities and overheads of 200 € a month. Note that “Management Activities and Contributions to Overheads” can only be claimed for the time the RMG-Researcher is at the Guestworking Organisation.
This allowance is adjusted by a correction coefficient3 related to the country of the Guestworking Organisation, to account for the variation in the cost of living in each country.

Training & Development Allowance

An allowance of up to 1500 € can be applied for once every 6 months (or part of 6 months i.e. twice in 9 months). This allowance is designed to develop the researcher, and could cover meeting or conference attendance, or participation in training. The development activities must be in a technical area closely related to the work being funded by the EMRP Researcher Grant.
A simple application form must be completed to request the required funding, which is awarded on a discretionary basis. A short report on the activity is required before the allowance is released to you.

Allowances for an ESRMG

This section of the document details the funds available through the ESRMG scheme. A spreadsheet is available from www.emrponline.eu that will calculate the likely allowances that you can claim for your exact circumstances. Annex 2 gives some worked examples. Note that the Guestworking Organisation may not take profit from these allowances.

Guestworker Living Allowance

There is a fixed scale of 1800 € / month for accommodation, subsistence and local travel. Note that when ESRMG-Researcher’s accommodation is provided for free, (or at a very subsidised rate) the ‘Guestworker Living Allowance’ will be reduced.
This allowance is adjusted by a correction coefficient3 related to the country of the Guestworking Organisation, to account for the variation in the cost of living in each country.

Guestworker Family Allowance

An additional 300 € / month can be claimed if the ESRMG-Researcher relocates with his/her family (see section 5.2 for definition of “family”) and can only be claimed where the ESRMG-Researcher is relocating with his/her family to the Guestworking Organisation (the family must also be relocating transnationally to claim this allowance).
This allowance is adjusted by a correction coefficient3 related to the country of the Guestworking Organisation, to account for the variation in the cost of living in each country.

Travel Allowance

A fixed allowance of 500 € is paid to the ESRMG-Researcher at the beginning of the EMRP Researcher Grant, and then every 3 months (or part of 3 months). This is a contribution to the ESRMG-Researcher’s return travel from home to the Guestworking Organisation, and can be used for extra trips home if they so wish.

Management Activities and Contributions to Overheads (Guestworking Organisation)

The ESRMG funds a contribution to the Guestworking Organisation’s management activities and overheads of 200 € a month. Note that “Management Activities and Contributions to Overheads” can only be claimed for the time the ESRMG-Researcher is at the Guestworking Organisation. This allowance is adjusted by a correction coefficient3 related to the country of the Guestworking Organisation, to account for the variation in the cost of living in each country.

Training & Development Allowance

An allowance of up to 1500 € can be applied for once every 6 months (or part of 6 months, i.e. twice in 9 months). This allowance is designed to develop the researcher, and could cover meeting or conference attendance, or participation in training. The development activities must be in a technical area closely related to the work being funded by the EMRP Researcher Grant.
A simple application form must be completed to request the required funding, which is awarded on a discretionary basis. A short report on the activity is required before the allowance is released to you.

Le domande devono essere presentate entro il 7 maggio 2012 utilizzando la procedura elettronica disponibile sul sito del Programma.

I ricercatori selezionati dovranno definire con il centro di ricerca un apposito accordo di collaborazione.

Per maggiori informazioni consultare i Links.

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Following successful evaluation, EMRP Researcher Grant Beneficiaries will be invited to negotiate in preparation for contract. “EMRP Researcher Grant Beneficiaries” are the EMRP Grant Researcher (REG, RMG, ESRMG), Home/Employing Organisation and Guestworking Organisation associated with a successful EMRP Researcher Grant application.

The purpose of the contract negotiations is to conclude an EMRP Researcher Grant Contract i.e. turning the application into a suitable contract document. Negotiations will mainly cover the scientific aspects of the application, agreeing the activities of the EMRP Researcher, and will seek to resolve any issues identified by the referees, JRP-Coordinator or others.

EURAMET has the right to cancel negotiations and contracts for EMRP Researcher Grants where the associated JRP negotiations or contract fail, or the funding earmarked for the EMRP Researcher Grant is unavailable to EURAMET. Model contracts are available on www.emrponline.eu/downloads.html

Pubblicato
30 Nov 1999

Beneficiari e Finalitá

Stato agevolazioni
Inattive
Dimensione beneficiari
Non Applicabile
Organizzazione
Centro educativo, Centro di recerca, Università, Privato
Settori
Agricoltura, Alimentare, Audiovisivo, Costruzioni, Energia, Farmaceutico, Ict, Industria, Sanità, Servizi, Trasporti
Finalita'
Innovazione, Ricerca
Ubicazione Investimento
Europe

Incentivi e Spese

Tipologia agevolazione
Contributo, Premio, Borsa di studio
Tags
Ricerca, Energia, Borse, EMRP, REG, RMG, ESRMG
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