Get ready to apply for ERC! Info on 22.1.2021
ERC Starting and Consolidator grant calls are projected to close in March and April 2021. Join us on Friday 22.1.2021 to hear the latest news, insights and proposal tips concerning ERC funding.
The event is a Zoom-webinar, and it is open to all researchers and research support staff.
9.00-9.45 Annika Raitala, Maiju Gyran, Anna Kalliomäki: ERC funding – general information and some practical tips for the applicants
9.45-10.30 Research funding specialist Maria Maunula: Are you (and your idea) an ERC fit?
11.00-11.30 ERC Starting Grant recipient Pekka Peljo
11.30-12.00 ERC SH-panel member Eeva Furman: Paving the way through the ERC evaluation process: evaluators perspective
Sign up here at the latest on 17.1.2021! A link to the webinar will be sent to your email address after the registration period has ended.
Please join the event about 10 minutes before to check your connection and settings. Webinar will not be recorded. Please keep your camera off and microphone muted during the webinar presentations.
Research Funding unit at the University of Turku is the host of the event. In case of questions, please contact email@example.com
To get the most out of the event, have a look at the European Research Council’s videos below about ERC funding and the application process.
New ERC explanatory videos and webpage
- Playlist with ERC explanatory videos and teaser about ERC grant proposals
- Step by step to the ERC application process (5:19 min)
- How to get started with your proposal (11:37 min)
- How to write part 1 of your proposal (14:33 min)
- How to write part 2 of your proposal (8:16 min)
- How do we evaluate your proposal (11:48 min)
- How to prepare for your interview (9:02 min)
- Your first port of call if you’ve decided to apply – Click here
OpenERC - The ultimate guide for developing a successful ERC proposal
When preparing your application, take a look at a comprehensive and detailed guide by Key Innovations: OpenERC. You will need to register first with your organization email, but the guide is free-to-use.