The Finance Helpdesk will be holding an ERC Workshop on Wednesday 20th March 2014,in Vienna, Austria. This workshop will prepare participants for the upcoming H2020 Starting Grant, Consolidator Grant and Advanced Grant calls, and will also cover reporting rules and regulations in FP7 ERC projects.
ERC Grants allow individual researchers to propose research projects from all areas of scientific and technological research of interest to the EU. Project proposals are evaluated on the sole criterion of excellence and can include high risk, interdisciplinary projects. There are no restrictions on the nationality of the principal investigators to be funded, but they must carry out their research within the European Union and associated countries.
Workshop Topics include:
Overview of ERC Starting Grant, ERC Consolidator Grant, ERC Advanced Grant, Proof of Concept Grant
Differences between FP7 and H2020
Rules for participation (Individual Teams, eligible hosts) in H2020 Actions
Key points in Proposal Writing for upcoming calls
Evaluation Criteria and Evaluation process
Grant Agreement (FP7 vs H2020)
Subcontractors, Third Parties
Eligible & Ineligible costs (Personnel costs, equipment, consumables, travel, conferences, management, overheads etc.)
Bookkeeping, Accounting Records, Timesheets, Cost Recording
Project Reporting (financial and scientific reporting, Form Cs)
What does the auditor look for?
Why not add to this 1 Day workshop to make a 3 Day workshop in all.
1 Day - £545pp, 2 Days -£895pp, 3 Days - £1,195pp + 20% VAT Per person.
1 Day ITN and IAPP Marie Curie Workshop (FP7) – in Vienna, Austria on 18 March 2014.
1 Day Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions in H2020 (Individual Fellowships, ITN, RISE) – in Vienna, Austria on 19 March 2014.
To register, please download the registration form and send completed form by Email here, or fax to: +972 89327362