RI-LINKS2UA Summer School for Young Researchers
The RI-LINKS2UA project invites young researchers from Ukraine to take part in the Summer School on Horizon 2020 proposal preparation and Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). The event will take place in Odessa from 25-28 September 2017.
The RI-LINKS2UA Summer School will introduce participants to the Horizon 2020 programme, basics of proposal writing, partner and call search, legal and financial issues as well as responsible research and innovation approach.
Training will be conducted in main informative sessions and in parallel working groups. The working groups will focus on specific topics relevant to STI priorities in Ukraine:
- Group 1 “Resource materials”
- Group 2 “Biotechnology”
- Group 3 “Transport”
- Group 4 “Science with and for Society”
In order to be eligible to participate in the Summer School the applicants must:
- Be early-stage researcher or innovator (under 35 years old) from research or higher education institution, SMEs/Industry, or Civil Society organisations (incl. NGOs);
- Have at least Master's degree;
- Have project ideas and/or research interests appropriate to working group topics;
- Be fluent in English.
Selection of participants will be based on competition. The selection process will take into consideration project idea, gender and regional balance, fluency in English. 30 young Ukrainian researchers and innovators will be selected for participation.
- Participation is free of charge.
- Local organisers will cover the travel tickets and accommodation for successful applicants (including breakfast and everyday lunch).
- Participants are responsible for covering their everyday free time after the end of the trainings.
Deadline for application is 15 July 2017. Those interested to participate in the Summer School will have to fill the Online Application Form before this date. The results of the application selection will be announced by August 5, 2017.
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