With the new framework program for research and innovation – Horizon Europe, the ERC 2021 Work Programme brings novelties as well: higher budget, new panels, interviews, calls which are not organized in 2021. Choosing the right panel to submit the application can clear the way to a successful outcome.
This webinar is dedicated to those researchers (chemists, physicists, biochemists or materials scientists) who are well aware of the funding schemes offered by ERC and are already preparing their application for an ERC competition, especially in 2021. Choosing the right panel to submit their application, although not completely decisive, can clear the way to a successful outcome.
In the ERC 2021 Work programme, there is one new panel in Physical Sciences and Engineering domain: PE11 – Materials Engineering. This session will shed light on how to make a well informed decision and choose the most appropriate panel, for your ERC application. An ERC scientific officer will talk and answer your questions about how to decipher between PE3, PE4, PE5, PE7, PE8, PE11 (PE10 or other LS panels).
Dr. Alina Maria TOMOIAGĂ is a Romanian Scientist with background in nanomaterials design for targeted drug delivery. Alina joined ERC in January 2016 as a Scientific Officer in the Physical Sciences and Engineering Unit, where she coordinated the evaluation process for Starting, Consolidator and Advanced Grants in PE4 (Physical and Analytical Chemical Sciences) and PE5 (Synthetic Chemistry and Materials), being actively involved in creation of the new PE11 – Materials Engineering panel.
Hosted by Núria Aliaga-Alcalde, ERC Grantee, FunNanoSurf Group, ICMAB-CSIC
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