Dragos ciuparu

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Dragos ciuparu

  1. 1. Romania in the European Research Area People, Infrastructure Research Environment
  2. 2. European scientific integration• CERN membership• European Space Agency membership• Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research, Germany• Bilateral partnerships with France (CNRS, CEA, ANR), Switzerland, Norway, Israel, etc• Extreme Light Infrastructure Măgurele (293M€, 250+ permanent staff) exploring ultra relativistic physics• UNESCO Institute for Theoretical Physics at Măgurele associated with ICTP Trieste
  3. 3. Career opportunities• Large number of senior open positions (retirement wave)• Installation bonuses in major grant schemes (€50.000)• Eligibility criteria strongly favouring young international applicants• Massive investments in infrastructure in the last 6 years• Lab twinning scheme• Human resources  a national priority
  4. 4. Funding instruments• EU Framework program 7 & Horizon 2020• Structural funds (with public and private sector) ~ 900 M€ for the period 2007 - 2013• National schemes: – Covering the whole career path (70K€ to 1.7M€) – Postdoc, young teams, senior teams, large academic collaborations, industrial collaborations, lab twinning – Less bureaucratic and more transparent – > 50% international evaluation (until now 100%) – Institutional funding designed to support setting up new centers and laboratories – Financial support and stimuli for industrial collaborations
  5. 5. Welcome to the New Europe ! People, Infrastructure Research Environment

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