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Friday18 August 2017

ERC calls 2013: What's new?

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A number of changes are envisaged in the upcoming ERC calls for proposals, of which some are important to note in advance for potential applicants.

 

 

The main changes include:

  • The introduction of the "ERC Consolidator grant": The previous ERC Starting grant scheme will be divided into two separate calls: 

       Starting grant (StG): for researchers who have been awarded their first PhD at least 2 and up to 7 years prior to the publication date of the call.
Consolidator grant (CoG): for researchers who have been awarded their first PhD over 7 and up to 12 years prior to the publication date of the call.  A Consolidator grant is worth up to €2 million (under certain circumstances up to €2.75 million).

  • One single deadline for each call, and not different deadlines for the three domains as in the past.
  • The publication of the next Advanced grant (AdG) call will be on 10 July (not in the autumn as previously), with the deadline for applications in the autumn (not in spring as in the past).

 For further information: erc.europa.eu/important-information-upcoming-erc-calls-whats-new

 

 

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