When: Thursday, February 24, 2022, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PMWhere: Online, MS Teams
This online workshop will provide an introduction to Horizon Europe funding schemes suitable for ECRs, as well as application insights.
Interested in applying for EU funding as an early career researcher but not sure where to start? In this workshop, Vicky Byers from QMUL's EU funding team will provide an introduction to sources of Horizon Europe funding suitable for early career researchers, including the Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships and ERC Starting Grants. Early career EU grant holders at QMUL will also share their experience of applying for EU funding and their application tips.
This is an internal Early Career Researchers (ECRs) Network workshop. It is aimed at researchers in the Humanities and Social Sciences interested in learning more about research funding sources.
Vicky Byers, EU Section Manager, Joint Research Management Office, QMUL
Delfina Isabel Nieto, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship award holder, School of History, QMUL
The workshop will take place on MS Teams: registered attendees will receive the Teams link by email before the event.
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences ECRs Network offers support to QMUL academics at the start of their careers. The Network hosts talks and workshops on various aspects of academic life, and provides opportunities for early career researchers across the faculty to meet and to share their experiences.