The European Research Executive Agency is inviting you to the online webinar Making the most of your MSCA Individual Fellowship that will take place on 28 May 2021 from 10:00 to 13:00.
The Webinar is organised by the Units managing the implementation of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowships (MSCA-IF) at the Research Executive Agency and is primarily targeted to the researchers that are currently working or will soon start working on their MSCA-IF (they will be contacted by the REA).
The Webinar will include presentations on all aspects of the implementation of the fellowship, each followed by a Q&A session. The presenters will cover:
- how to use your budget
- how to address changes (amendments, part-time, suspensions, scientific deviations)
- how to prepare and submit deliverables
- how to draft and submit reports
- how to comply with the rules of Open Access for publications and data
- how to communicate and disseminate your research.
10:00 – 11.15 Session 1
10:00 -10:05 Opening Remarks (Christopher Reynolds – Head of Sector )
10:05 -10:10 Welcome Begoña Arano (Head of Department REA.A)
10:10 -10:25 Introduction: Understanding the MSCA (Christopher Reynolds – Head of Sector)
10:25 -10:35 Project Lifecycle and Implementation: Setting the Scene (Antonio Cipollaro – MSCA-IF Call Coordinator)
10:35 -10:55 MSCA-IF Budgets (Manuel de la Guia – Project Officer)
10:55 -11:15 Implementation of your MSCA-IF Project (Daniela Ceccarelli – Project Officer)
11.15- 11.30 Break
11:30 – 13:00 Session 2
11:30 -11:50 Project Reporting (Elisa Gagatsi – Project Officer)
11:50 -12:10 Open Access Requirements (Marianne da Silva – Project Officer )
12:10 -12:25 Communication, Outreach and Dissemination (Dimitris Káganis – Project Officer)
12:25 -12:45 Your MSCA-IF Project and the Covid-19 Pandemic (Cécile Menétrey-Monchau – Panel Coordinator)
12:45 -13:00 Concluding Remarks (Christopher Reynolds – Head of Sector)
The event will be live-streamed on the Europa website at the following link. No registration is required.
Questions can be submitted both beforehand (from 21 May) and during the event via Sli.do using the hashtag #MSCAIF