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  1. 1. People program -Marie-Curie Actions DG EAC Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions
  2. 2. Marie Curie Actions • The Marie Curie Actions are part of the People Programme of the 7th Framework Programme • They support the mobility, training and career development of researchers of all nationalities • They fund all domains of research (bottom-up approach) and the financing rate is 100% Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions
  3. 3. FP7 Where does the money come from? Cooperation IdeasThe 7th Framework M€ 32 413 M€ 7510Programme for researchand technological Collaborative research Frontier Researchdevelopment (FP7) (10 thematic areas) Marie Curie Actions Research Capacity Total FP7 budget 2007 – 2013 Capacities = JRC People M€ 4097 € 50 521 million M€ 1751 Euratom M€ 4750 M€ 2751 (Nuclear research) Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions
  4. 4. 8 Actions Marie Curie Action ObjectiveInitial training of Improve career perspectives of researchers Initial Training Networks (ITN) early stage researchers (ESR) in both (1900 M€) public & private sector Life-long Intra-European Fellowships (IEF) Career development of experienced training researchers (ER) (e.g. diversification of and career Career Integration Grants (CIG) skills/competencies; integrate a stable development Co-funding of regional, national, (1170–1400 M€) position after mobility) international programmes (COFUND) Open and foster dynamic pathways Industry Industry-Academia Partnerships and between public research dimension (250-450 M€) Pathways (IAPP) organisations and private research commercial enterprises International Outgoing Fellowships (IOF) International Reinforce the extra-European dimension dimension of the European Research International Incoming Fellowships (IIF)World fellowships Area (ERA) through mobility, training,(1170–1400 M€) International Research Staff Exchange knowledge transfer and cooperation Scheme (IRSES) Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions
  5. 5. Applicants Who can apply Applicants to what? Individual Research Research researchers Organisations funding bodies Senior Post-docs IEF (MER*)Profile of recruited IOF IAPP > 10 years IIF COFUND researchers IRSES Post-docs (ER*) > 4 years or PhD CIG Post-graduates ITN (ESR*) < 4 years + no PhD*ESR: Early Stage Researcher / ER: Experienced Researchers / MER: More Experienced Researcher Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions
  6. 6. IEF University or Industry EU/AC EU/AC Mandatory UniversityIOF University or Industry Return or Industry EU/AC Non EU/AC EU/AC Possible UniversityIIF University or Industry Return or Industry Non EU/AC EU/AC ICPC longCIG University or Industry Any term Country EU/AC Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions
  7. 7. IEF • 12-24 months for ER / MER • 12-24 months for ER / MERIOF • 12 months for mandatory return phase • 12-24 months for ER / MERIIF • 12 months for ICPC return phaseCIG • 12-48 months for ER / MER Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions
  8. 8. Funds IEF IOF IIF• Researcher/staff gross salary per year (multiplied by the country coefficient)  €58,500 for ER with <10 years experience  €87,500 for MER with >10 years experience• €800 for training/research costs per researcher per month• €700 / €1000 of mobility allowance per researcher per month (no family / family) (multiplied by the country coefficient) Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions
  9. 9. FundsIEF IOF IIF • €700 for overheads per researcher per month (multiplied by the country coefficient) • €15,000 per researcher per year for IIF return phaseCIG • €25,000 per researcher per year Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions
  10. 10. Horizon 2020• Excellent Science - Priority I  European Research Council  Future and Emerging Technologies  Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions  Research Infrastructures• Industrial leadership - Priority II  Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies  Access to risk finance  Innovation in SMEs• Societal challenges - Priority III  Health, demographic change and wellbeing  Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research, bio-economy  Secure, clean and efficient energy  Smart, green and integrated transport  Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials  Inclusive, innovative and secure societies• EIT• JRC non-nuclear action Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions
  11. 11. Marie Skłodowska-Curie ActionsITN ITN Research networks supporting doctoral training DoctoralIEF ResearchersIOF IFIIF Individual fellowship supporting experienced Experienced researchers undertaking mobilityCIG Researchers RISEIAPP International and inter-sector cooperation through Exchange the exchange of research and innovation staff of StaffIRSES Co-funding of regional, national and international COFUNDCOFUND programmes funding doctoral and postdoctoral Co-funding researchers Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions