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Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) info event, London, 20 Feb 2016

As UK National Contact Point for the Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA), UKRO is holding an information event on the current RISE call which has a deadline of 28 April. The event will give an overview of the scheme and aims to give participants a clear understanding of the proposal format and what to…

E&E Research Funding Drop-In Session: Tuesday 1st December, 2-5pm, Ellison Building D106

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Do you have a question about a research funding proposal or want to discuss ideas for funding your research? David Young (Research Funding and Policy Manager) and Andy Pearce (Pre-Award Coordinator) will be available on Tuesday 1st December, between 2-5pm in Ellison Building D106 for any staff from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment to discuss research proposals in…

Spectral Analysis with Matlab Workshop – Northumbria University, 14-16 December 2015


As part of her successful Newton Advanced Fellowship award, Professor Maia Angelova from the University’s Department of Mathematics and Information Sciences, is hosting a research workshop on Spectral Analysis with Matlab on 14th – 16th December 2015 at the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Pandon Building: The aim of the workshop is to introduce spectral analysis as…

Innovative Training Networks call open

In the new round of 2016 Horizon 2020 calls that opened last week, the EC launched the latest call under Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions for Innovative Training Networks (ITNs). ITNs supports joint training and/or doctoral programmes implemented by partnerships of universities, research institutions, businesses and partners from other sectors. There are three different strands: European Training Networks (ETN);…

Research Ethics Training for Staff 2015/16


Faculty Ethics Directors are facilitating these workshops which are designed to provide an overview of research ethics and the ethics review procedure to be followed by academic staff and students to ensure that research is carried out to the highest ethical standards. Workshop Dates & Times: Monday 19th October 2015, 14.00-16.00, City Campus – Arts, Designs…

Alona Welby

The EC has published the Horizon 2020 work programmes for 2016-17 today. These include details of 97 calls for proposals and 16 billion euros of funding that will be awarded to European research projects over the next two years. This includes funding across all three pillars of Horizon 2020 with a focus on supporting SMEs, developing the digital single market and imprving links with non-EU countries, including Brazil, Japan.  and Korea. If you are interested in applying to Horizon 2020, the work programmes are the best place to start!