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1 1 PEOPLE programme Marie Curie Actions Azioni per lo sviluppo internazionale della carriera dei ricercatori Venezia, 1 Aprile 2009 Alessandra Luchetti Deputy Head of Unit Marie Curie Actions – Fellowships

2 2 + Ideas – Frontier Research Capacities – Research Capacity People – Marie Curie Actions 4750 million Euros Cooperation – Collaborative research JRC (non-nuclear) JRC (nuclear)Euratom PEOPLE Programme in FP7

3 3 PEOPLE Marie Curie Actions in FP7 Overall scope Human resource development in R&D in Europe Attract students to research careers Attract researchers to Europe Skills and sustainable career development Continuity of previous Framework programme, with focus on structuring impact, while simplifying

4 4 1. Initial training: Networks for Early stage researchers* 1. Initial training: Networks for Early stage researchers* 3. Industry dimension: Industry-academia partnership and pathways* 3. Industry dimension: Industry-academia partnership and pathways* 2. Life long training and career development: Intra European Fellowships* Reintegration Grants Co-funding of national programmes* 2. Life long training and career development: Intra European Fellowships* Reintegration Grants Co-funding of national programmes* 4. World fellowships: Outgoing fellowships Incoming fellowships* International Research Staff Exchange Scheme* 4. World fellowships: Outgoing fellowships Incoming fellowships* International Research Staff Exchange Scheme* 5. Specific actions Such as: ‘Researchers’ Night’; Euraxess … * Open to third-country nationals Marie Curie Actions in FP7: Presentation

5 5 Profile of recruited researchers Post-graduates < 4 years Post-docs > 4 years Senior Post-docs > 10 years Applicants Individual fellowships Industry/Research Institutions Research funding bodies/research organisations Marie Curie Actions in FP7: Overview ERG IRG IIF IOF IEF IAPP ITN COFUND IRSES

6 6 Marie Curie Actions in FP7: Initial Training- ITN Main features Aims to improve career perspectives of early stage researchers in both public & private sector : International network of participants : at least 3 participants established in at least three MS or Associated countries Third countries organisations may participate in addition to the established network Involvement of private sector Allowances for “early-stage” researchers (incl. first post-docs) but also «visiting scientists » positions Open to researchers from Third countries Project duration: maximum 4 years

7 7 Marie Curie Actions in FP7: Life Long Training and Career Development- IEF Main features Experienced researchers* of any nationality *Be in possession of a doctoral degree, or 4 years of full-time research experience at the time of the relevant call deadline Trans-national mobility within Member States (MS) or Associated Countries (AC) Applicants must comply with the rules for mobility *They have not to have resided or carried out their main activity in the country of the host organisation for more then 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the relevant deadline Application submitted by the researcher in conjunction with the host organisation Project duration: 12 up to 24 months

8 8 Marie Curie IEF 2008 Distribution of proposals evaluated and recommended for funding by country of nationality of applicant from Member States and Associated Countries

9 9 Marie Curie Actions in FP7: Life Long Training and Career Development- ERG Main features (Re)integration in a MS or AC, including own country Financial contribution of €15k/year for 2-3 years Continuous submission; evaluated at regular intervals To built on previous Marie Curie trans-national mobility Previous Marie Curie fellowship (MC) of ≥18 months Proposal to be submitted at earliest 1 year before the end of the initial MC fellowship, and not later then 6 months following its end

10 10 Marie Curie Actions in FP7: Life Long Training and Career Development- IRG Main Features: To support European researchers returning from Third countries Having, at the date of submission, been active in research for at least 3 years in a Third country Rule of mobility : not having been more than 12 months in MS or AS during past 3 years. Financial contribution of €25k/year for 2-4 years

11 11 Marie Curie Actions in FP7: Life Long Training and Career Development- COFUND Main Features: To supports existing or new regional, national and international fellowship programmes to increase trans-national mobility for training and career development of experienced researchers Participants: public or private bodies operating fellowship programmes Community contribution: 40% of the fellowship costs of trans- national fellowships Duration of a co-funded programme: months Maximum contribution to a single applicant entity: € 5 millions

12 12 Marie Curie Actions in FP7: Life Long Training and Career Development- COFUND Eligible transnational mobility: Programmes have to include at least one of the following activities: Outgoing mobility for a stay in another Member State, Associated or Third country Incoming mobility for fellowships to researchers from other Member States, Associated or Third countries Re-integration of researchers from Member States or Associated countries who spent at least three years in a Third country

13 13 Marie Curie Actions in FP7: COFUND results 2008

14 14 Main features Participants: at least one non-commercial organisation + one commercial enterprise Minimum 1 from each sector from MS/AC - Third countries organisations may participate in addition Implementation of the cooperation programme through: Exchange of staff: at all level of experience, incl. technical & managerial staff *Exchange period: 2 months to 2 year ; obligatory return for at least 1 year Recruitment of experienced researchers *Nationals of any country other than host *Recruitment period: 1 to 2 years Marie Curie Actions in FP7: Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways- IAPP

15 15 Marie Curie Actions in FP7: World fellowships- IOF Main features Fellowships of 2 phases: initial outgoing phase in a TC (partner organisation) and a mandatory re-integration phase in a MS or AC (return host organisation) Experienced researchers from Member States (MS) or Associated Countries (AC) Project duration: up to 36 months (outgoing phase:1-2 year(s); reintegration phase:1 year) Application submitted by the researcher in conjunction with the host organisation Grant agreement to be issued with the return host organisation in MS or AC

16 16 Marie Curie IOF 2008 Distribution of proposals evaluated and recommended for funding by country of nationality of applicant

17 17 Marie Curie IOF 2008 Proposals recommended for funding: mobility pattern for the outgoing host

18 18 Marie Curie Actions in FP7: World fellowships- IIF Main features Experienced researchers of any nationality active in research in a Third Country (TC) They must move from a TC to a Member State (MS) or Associated Country (AC) Applicants must comply with the rules for mobility : they have not to have resided or carried out their main activity in the country of the host organisation for more then 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the relevant deadline Possible return phase of max 12 months for researchers coming from International Cooperation Partner Countries (ICPC) Project duration: 12 up to 24 months (return phase : 12 months) Grant agreement to be issued with the host organisation in MS or AC- in case of return phase in an ICPC Grant agreement to be issued with the host located in ICPC

19 19 Marie Curie IIF 2008 Distribution of proposals evaluated and recommended for funding by country of nationality of applicant

20 20 Marie Curie IIF 2008 Proposals recommended for funding: mobility pattern

21 21 Objective: To establish or deepen partnerships between at least 2 research organisations within Member States/Associated Countries and 1 organisation in a Country covered by the European Neighbourhood policy and Countries with S&T Agreements through a joint programme of exchange of researchers Marie Curie Actions in FP7: World Fellowships- IRSES

22 22 Countries with EC agreements on S&T: Argentina*, Australia, Brazil*, Canada, China*, Chile*, Egypt*, India*, Japan, South Korea, Mexico*, Morocco*, New Zealand, Russia*, South Africa*, Tunisia*, Ukraine*, United States Countries of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP): Eastern Europe & Central Asia (EECA) Armenia*, Azerbaijan*, Belarus*, Georgia*, Moldova*, Ukraine* Mediterranean Partner Countries (MCP) Algeria*, Egypt*, Jordan*, Lebanon*, Libya*, Morocco*, Palestinian- administrated areas*, Syrian Arab Rep*., Tunisia* Marie Curie Actions in FP7: World Fellowships- IRSES Which countries ? * International Cooperation Partner Countries (ICPC)

23 23 Exchange programme Multi-annual joint exchange programme (balanced & coordinated) Short term exchanges (up to 1 year per person in total) Staff: researchers, management, technical staff Exchanges to/from Europe (not between EU/AC partners) Staff are seconded (maintain salary in institution of origin and have the right to return) Partner institutes select their staff for exchange EC contribution: 1800€ researcher/month ICPC countries may be eligible for Community contribution Marie Curie Actions in FP7: World fellowships- IRSES

24 24 IRSES Institutions selected 2008 results

25 25 IRSES Distribution of researchers-months

26 26 PEOPLE Marie Curie Actions in FP7

27 27 Information Information People programme Marie Curie Actions: THE MOBILITY WEB PORTAL Registration of experts:

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