INTERFACEUROPE organizes FP7 training courses in Bruxelles (in English) and in Paris (in French) in January, February, March 2007. See detailed calendar of the training courses on the site.
29 Jan 2007 - 02 Mar 2007, Budapest, Hungary
A new 5-week programme on FP7 "Project development and management" FP7 Academy will bridge the gap between "information days" and the several years of actual experience required to develop project proposals and manage projects.
IIASA's annual Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP) is a three-month (June through August) research program for advanced students whose interests correspond with IIASA's ongoing research.
Registration for the 2007 Program will begin 1 October 2006
The Institute provides full funding for up to two postdoctoral researchers per year.
This is in addition to the Postdoctoral Research Scholars financed by some of IIASA's National Member Organizations (NMOs): In three countries – Finland, Sweden, and the Netherlands – additional opportunities for funded postdoctoral stays at IIASA are available.
Applications to the IIASA-funded part of the Postdoctoral Program will be accepted until 15 August 2006, with decisions to be made known to all candidates by 15 September 2006. (In future years, the application deadline will be in February.)
29 Jan 2007 - 02 Mar 2007, Budapest A NEW 5-week PROGRAMME ON FP7 PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT FP7 Academy will bridge the gap between "Information Days" and the several years of actual experience required to develop project proposals and manage projects. SPECIAL EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION is AVALIABLE!
On 12 September, Singleimage will hold a workshop on the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) in Cambridge, UK.
This workshop will provide a structured overview of the programme. In addition to the European Commission's proposals, it will describe the European Technology Platforms and how they are influencing the technical scope of FP7. The workshop is intended to help delegates to understand the intricacies of the new programme. It is aimed at research managers and EU research funding advisors who are already familiar with FP6 and need a head start in understanding what is new in FP7.
Two training events on preparing for the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) will take place on 12 and 13 September in Brussels, Belgium.
The training courses will detail and describe the objectives, instruments, rationale and calendar for the adoption of FP7 and the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP). The aim is to help would-be participants prepare successful proposals.
The training courses are open to researchers, entrepreneurs and innovators and administrators from local and regional authorities, among others.
The training will be provided by a former official from the European Commission's DG Research, assisted by project managers of previous EU funded research projects, both from industry and academia.