ERC Advanced grants webinar

Webinar

This  webinar on European Research Council (ERC) Advanced grants 2021 call for proposals is organised by the National Contact Points (NCPs) for ERC in Belgium (NCP Federal BENCP-FNRSNCP Flanders) to inform potential applicants and host institutions.

The ERC Advanced Grant call 2021 is expected to open in May (indicative opening date: 20/05/2021) with a deadline on 31 August 2021. The call will be open to established, leading researchers of any nationality and from any field of research (bottom-up approach), with a track-record of significant research achievements in the last 10 years. There is no minimum or maximum age limit. The amount of the grant is up to € 2.5 million for 5 years (or up to €3.5 million in specific cases). More information on ERC Advanced Grants.

During this information session the modalities of the call for proposals will be presented by an ERC Executive Agency staff member and complemented by testimonies of both evaluators and grantees coming from all main domains (Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH), Physical and Engineering Sciences (PE) and Life Sciences (LS)).

Due to the measures with regard to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic, this info session is completely virtual. Participation to this webinar is free and open to any researcher wishing to apply with a Belgian host institution or any staff member of a Belgian host institution.

Do not hesitate to contact your NCP should you have any question:

BELSPO/Eurofed:
Bram Lefever

NCP Flanders :
Margot Beereboom

NCP-FNRS:
Natacha Wittorski

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  • Welcome

    Margot Beereboom, NCP Flanders

    Bram Lefever, NCP Federal BE

    Natacha Wittorski, NCP-FNRS

    13.30
  • ERC Advanced grant 2021 call modalities

    Iliana Nikolova, ERCEA, Advanced Grant call coordinator

    Sol Sayans, ERCEA

    13.35
  • Questions & Answers
    14.00
  • Short break
    14.25
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Session

    Inge Bertels, Universiteit Antwerpen, previous panel member Social Sciences and Humanities 5 panel

    Paola Conconi, Université libre de Bruxelles, 2018 call, “TRASC - Trade Agreements and Supply Chains”, Social Sciences and Humanities 1 panel

    14.30
  • Life Sciences Session

    Karin Sipido, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, previous panel member and chair of the Life Sciences 4 panel

    Kodi Ravichandran, Universiteit Gent/VIB, 2018 call, "Sperm-Egg Phusion - Unexpected connections between a phagocytic machinery and mammalian fertilization”, Life Sciences 3 panel

    15.00
  • Physical Sciences and Engineering Session

    Denis Dochain, Université catholique de Bruxelles, previous panel member Physical Sciences and Engineering 8 panel

    Michel Van den Bergh, Universiteit Hasselt, 2019 call, “Schemes - Schobers, Mutations and Stability”, Physical Sciences and Engineering 1 panel

    15.30
  • Questions & Answers
    16.00
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