MWP-ACO National and European Funding Opportunities in the Social Sciences for Young Researchers
The annual conference organized by the
Academic Career Observatory of the Max Weber Programme
12 December 2018
Badia Fiesolana, Theatre
The MWP-ACO conference on research funding opportunities is open to young researchers in the Social Sciences and Humanities at the Institute.
It will bring together representatives of European and national agencies and research funding charities as well as young academics, who will provide Max Weber Fellows and EUI researchers with up-to-date information on research funding schemes in countries such as the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, Poland, Luxembourg and Finland. Delegates will explain their programmes and offer advice and insight on the application process.
The second morning session of the conference will focus on top tips for grant-writing. The presenters, Jacob Leveridge and Henrietta Bruun, will share with the audience details about application procedures and some practical tips to successfully apply for research funding.After the presentations, there will be time for individual consultations with the speakers.
Frank Marx (Research Executive Agency, European Commission)
Jelena Dzankic (EUI RSCAS)
Henriette Bruun and Jacob Leveridge (UCL)
Berry J. Bonenkamp (Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research)
Sönke Bauck (Swiss National Science Foundation)
Ken Emond (The British Academy)
Tinne Jacobs (Research Foundation Flanders - FWO)
Joël Groeneveld (Fund for Scientific Research - FNRS)
Jolanta Palowska (National Science Centre, Poland)
Päivi Pihlaja (Academy of Finland)
Kim von Hackwitz (Swedish Resarch Council)
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