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1 People - FP7 Under the "People" programme, individuals should be stimulated to enter into the profession of researcher, European researchers should be encouraged to stay in Europe, researchers from the entire world should be attracted to Europe and Europe should be made more attractive to the best researchers. Building on the positive experiences with the "Marie Curie Actions" under previous Framework Programmes, the "People" programme should encourage individuals to enter the profession of researcher; structure the research training offer and options; encourage European researchers to stay in, or return to, Europe; encourage intersectoral mobility, and attract researchers from all over the world to Europe. The mobility of researchers is key not only to the career development of researchers but also to the sharing and transfer of knowledge between countries and sectors and to ensuring that innovative frontier research in various disciplines benefits from dedicated and competent researchers, as well as increased financial resources. Mårten Jansson, People NCP

2 People programme = Marie Curie Actions From pure mobility actions to a dedicated programme for structuring training, mobility and career development One main condition to be eligible: Mobility  Employment contracts with full social rights  Adequate working conditions and attractive salaries  Addressed to researchers at all stages of their careers  Peer-reviewed international evaluation  European (and international) prestige Geographical Sectorial

3 Marie Curie Actions Main characteristics  Open to all domains of research (bottom-up approach)  Application through calls for proposals  Selection criteria: S&T quality Training/Transfer of Knowledge Quality of researcher Impact Implementation

4 Marie Curie Actions FP7 Initial training of researchers Initial Training Networks* Initial training of researchers Initial Training Networks* Life-long training and career development Intra-European Fellowships / European Reintegration Grants Co-funding of regional/national/international programmes Life-long training and career development Intra-European Fellowships / European Reintegration Grants Co-funding of regional/national/international programmes Industry-academia pathways and partnerships Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways* Industry-academia pathways and partnerships Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways* International dimension Outgoing & Incoming* International Fellowships; International Cooperation Scheme; International Reintegration grants; Support to researcher ‘diasporas’* International dimension Outgoing & Incoming* International Fellowships; International Cooperation Scheme; International Reintegration grants; Support to researcher ‘diasporas’* Specific actions Mobility and career enhancement actions; Excellence awards Specific actions Mobility and career enhancement actions; Excellence awards * Open to third-country nationals

5  12 to 24 months (full-time) period  Any nationals working/living in MS/AS moving to another MS/AS  Mobility requirement at the deadline of the call (definition) Intra-European Fellowships for career development (IEF) To support the career development of experienced researchers at different stages of their careers International Outgoing Fellowships for career development (IOF) To reinforce the international dimension of the career of European researchers  months period in a TC plus 12 months of compulsory return phase in MS/AC  For Nationals of MS/AC International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) To reinforce the scientific excellence of MS/AS with incoming to Europe top-class researchers from TC  months period in MS/AC  Third country nationals coming from outside Europe  Possible return phase to country of origin (12 months)

6 Initial Training Networks (ITN) Aims to improve career perspectives of early stage researchers in both public & private sector Structuring the Initial Training of Researchers at EU level :  International Networks of Participants  Mutual recognition of Training/Degrees  Opening training events to external researchers  Complementary skills: entrepreneurship, management, IPR, grant writing, communication Participant rules :  Generally at least 3 participants : Universities, research centres, companies, SMEs  Typically located in at least 3 different MS/AC  Involvement of private sector

7 Initial Training Networks (ITN) Eligible researchers : Nationals from any country  Mainly early-stage researchers  Experienced researchers  Visiting scientists (experienced researchers) Community Contribution :  Salaries of recruited researchers/visiting scientists  Research and networking costs  Organization of training events open to external researchers

8 Objectives :  Foster co-operation between non-commercial research organisations & commercial enterprises based on joint research projects  Stimulate long-term collaboration between sectors through secondment of staff  Diverse career possibilities & research experience for researchers, knowledge sharing/cultural exchange Participant rules :  At least 1 partner from commercial & 1 partner from non-commercial sector  Located in at least 2 different MS/AC  Additional partners from any sector and from any other country Industry–Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP) Aims to open and foster dynamic pathways between public research organisations and private commercial enterprises

9 Industry–Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP) Eligible researchers :  Staff exchange – secondments : 2 to 24 months. Any level of experience, incl. technical & managerial staff. Exchange always between sectors (and usually countries). Obligatory return for at least 1 year  Recruitment (optional) : 12 to 24 months. Only experienced researchers (post-docs). Mobility requirement Community contribution :  Staff secondments and recruitment of experienced researchers (optional)  Research and networking costs  Specific small equipment for SMEs: <10% total contribution Intersectorial mobility and skills exchange : Staff secondments is the key element

10 Industry–Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP) Activities & participants Recruited researcher from publicized vacancies Coordinator Partner 1 Recruited researcher from publicized vacancies Sector 2 Partner 2 Sector 1 Staff secondment Partner 3 Partner 4Partner 5

11 Community contributions Living allowance*:  € / per year (ESR: post-graduates)  € / per year (ER: 4-10 years)  € / per year (MER: > 10 years) Mobility allowance*: € 500 or 800 per month Travel allowance: € 250 to 2500 per year Career exploratory allowance : € 2000 per recruitment > 1 year Research/training/networking costs : € per researcher-month Small equipment expenses for SMEs : max. 10 % of the SME contribution Overheads :10% of direct costs Management costs : max. 3% of total contribution Gross amounts (rates for 2009) *Correction Coefficients apply Fellows’ expenses Hosts’ expenses

12 ActionCall IDOpensDeadlineBudget (€M) ITN Initial Training Networks FP7-PEOPLE ITN8 Sep Dec NIGHT Researchers' Night FP7-PEOPLE NIGHT13 Oct Jan 20103,5 COFUND FP7-PEOPLE COFUND18 Nov Feb IRSES FP7-PEOPLE IRSES25 Nov Mar RG Reintegration Grants 1st cut off FP7-PEOPLE RG09 Oct Mar * IEF FP7-PEOPLE IEF17 Mar Aug IIF FP7-PEOPLE IIF17 Mar Aug IOF FP7-PEOPLE IOF17 Mar Aug RG Reintegration Grants 2nd cut off FP7-PEOPLE RG09 Oct Sep *

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