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Marie Curie Actions: Opportunities for All Dr Jennifer Brennan Marie Curie National Contact Point Marie Curie Actions: Opportunities for All Dr Jennifer Brennan Marie Curie National Contact Point www. iua. ie

Marie Curie Actions = People Programme Marie Curie Actions = People Programme

FP 7 Overview (2007 -2013) FP 7 breakdown (€ million) FP 6 (2002 -2006) FP 7 Overview (2007 -2013) FP 7 breakdown (€ million) FP 6 (2002 -2006) Marie Curie Actions € 1580 million Cooperation : Ideas : € 32 413 € 7510 Collaborative research Frontier Research ERC 10 thematic areas Marie Curie Actions Research Capacity People : € 4750 JRC : € 1751 Capacities : € 4097 Euratom : € 2751 Nuclear research

Marie Curie Actions, an Irish Success Story € 362 million • Ireland’s “Take” from Marie Curie Actions, an Irish Success Story € 362 million • Ireland’s “Take” from FP 7 to-date € 51 million • Portion of this secured via Marie Curie (2 nd. Largest FP 7 Income-Stream) € 10 million • MC Co-funding secured to boost national R&D budgets 211 55 800 Data as of December 2011 • Irish Marie Curie Actions funded • Irish Participants in Marie Curie IAPPs • Research Posts created in Academia and Industry by MC Funding

What are the Marie Curie Actions? What are the Marie Curie Actions?

 • Intellectual Capital – Enter the Researcher Profession – Stay in Europe – • Intellectual Capital – Enter the Researcher Profession – Stay in Europe – Attracting international researchers Training Career Marie Curie Actions • Knowledge Transfer Mobility – International & Inter. Sectoral Cooperation

“Bottom-Up” • • Chemistry Physics Mathematics Life Sciences Economic Sciences ICT and Engineering Social “Bottom-Up” • • Chemistry Physics Mathematics Life Sciences Economic Sciences ICT and Engineering Social Sciences & Humanities Earth & Environmental Sciences • Applications are assessed in these 8 Panels • Call success is equalised across the Panels

Five Activities 5. Specific Actions 4. World Fellowships 1. Initial Training of Researchers 2. Five Activities 5. Specific Actions 4. World Fellowships 1. Initial Training of Researchers 2. Life-Long Training & Career Development 3. Industry. Academia Partnerships and Pathways

Host-Driven Actions Shortname Name Summary ITN Initial Training Networks An international network to train Host-Driven Actions Shortname Name Summary ITN Initial Training Networks An international network to train research students IAPP Industry Academia Partnerships & Pathways A joint research project with industry involving secondments of existing staff IRSES International Research Staff Exchange Scheme A research partnership (with selected countries)* involving seconding or hosting of researchers COFUND Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes 40% co-funding to support a fellowships programme for post-Ph. D researchers NIGHT Researchers’ Night A Europe-wide public and media event to publicise research careers * Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Egypt, Georgia, India, Japan, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Mexico, Moldova, Morocco, New Zealand, Palestinian administrated areas, Rep. of Korea, Russia, South Africa, Syrian Arab Rep. , Tunisia, Ukraine, United States.

Individual Actions Shortname Name Summary IEF Intra-European Fellowships A programme for researchers to move Individual Actions Shortname Name Summary IEF Intra-European Fellowships A programme for researchers to move within Europe* IIF International Incoming Fellowships A programme for researchers based outside Europe to spend time in Europe carrying out research IOF International Outgoing Fellowships A programme for researchers based in Europe to spend time outside Europe carrying out research CIG Career Integration Grants A programme to help researchers to establish themselves in Europe * Europe = Member States plus associated countries e. g. Switzerland, Israel

Eligible Host Organisations National Organisations • e. g. Universities, Research Centres Commercial Enterprises • Eligible Host Organisations National Organisations • e. g. Universities, Research Centres Commercial Enterprises • e. g. Multi-nationals, esp. SMEs Non-Profits / Charities • e. g. NGOs, Trusts International European Interest Organisations • e. g. CERN, EMBL European Commission JRC International Organisations • The Joint Research Centre • e. g. WHO, UNESCO

Mobility Rule In general, at the relevant deadline, * participating researchers must not have Mobility Rule In general, at the relevant deadline, * participating researchers must not have resided or had their main activity in the country of the host organisation for > 12 months in the last 3 years * For host-driven actions, the deadline is the date when the researcher is recruited into the project. For individual actions, the deadline is the closing date for submission of proposals.

What does the EU funding cover? For ITN, IAPP, Ix. F (IEF, IIF, IOF): What does the EU funding cover? For ITN, IAPP, Ix. F (IEF, IIF, IOF): Personnel Costs Additional Costs – varies by Action • Living Allowance* For Example: • Research/Training/Networking Costs • Overheads – Students € 38 k p. a. – Researchers € 58 k p. a. – Researchers with > 10 years experience € 87. 5 k p. a. • Mobility & Travel Allowance* – € 700 per month or – € 1000 per month *Correction Coefficients apply; IE = 109. 1 – ~ 10% of direct costs • Management Costs – ~ 10% of total • Small equipment expenses for SMEs – Max. 10% of total contribution to SME

What does the EU funding cover? For CIG, COFUND, IRSES: Flat Rates apply • What does the EU funding cover? For CIG, COFUND, IRSES: Flat Rates apply • CIG – € 25, 000 per annum • IRSES – € 1900 per researcher, per month • COFUND – 40% of the cost of the programme For NIGHT: Coordination and Support Action • Up to 100% of Direct Costs, plus 20% Indirect Costs

Evaluation Process 1 2 ~ 3 months 3 4 5 • Eligibility Check • Evaluation Process 1 2 ~ 3 months 3 4 5 • Eligibility Check • Remote Evaluation* • Consensus Meetings • Selection of Proposals** • Feedback * Evaluated by at least 3 international experts ** Distribution across 8 panels proportional to # of proposals received

ITN: Initial Training Networks Quality of Doctoral Training • Research Training Programme for Doctoral ITN: Initial Training Networks Quality of Doctoral Training • Research Training Programme for Doctoral Students – Improve career prospects – Broad range of research and transferable skills – Mobility (international and inter-sectoral) • Promote industry-academia collaboration in Ph. D training

ITN Call – 3 types of ITN Multi-ITN • Large consortium • 10 to ITN Call – 3 types of ITN Multi-ITN • Large consortium • 10 to 15 partners (Full and Associated) • Public and Private Multi. Sectors Partner ITN • Success Rates 2011: (ITN) • Europe – 9% • Ireland – 3. 5% IDP • Previously “monopartner-ITN” • One Full Partner plus Associated partners • Structured Doctoral Programme, e. g. GREP European Industrial Doctorates (EID) Innovative Doctoral Programmes (IDP) EID (new in 2012!) • Two partners • One academic, one commercial • Ph. D students spend 50% of time in each sector • Projected success rate of 35% for 2012

“DREAM” – Multi-ITN • “Disability Rights Expanding Accessible Markets” • Funded in 2010 • “DREAM” – Multi-ITN • “Disability Rights Expanding Accessible Markets” • Funded in 2010 • 7 Full Partners in 7 Countries, plus Associated Partners in public and private sector • Recruiting and training 14 doctoral students for 3 years • Budget M€ 3. 72 over 4 years

Facts and Figures 2013 ITN Call Deadline: Dec 2012 Budget M€ 452 (M€ 30 Facts and Figures 2013 ITN Call Deadline: Dec 2012 Budget M€ 452 (M€ 30 for EID) Project Duration up to 4 years Typical Project Budget M€ 3 – 5 (M€ 0. 5 for EID)

IAPP: Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways Enhancing Industry-Academia Collaboration • Exchange of knowledge via exchange IAPP: Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways Enhancing Industry-Academia Collaboration • Exchange of knowledge via exchange of people • Building diverse research careers

How does it work? Commercial Partner in one MS/AC + Non-Commercial Partner in another How does it work? Commercial Partner in one MS/AC + Non-Commercial Partner in another MS/AC Optional: Additional Participants from anywhere in the world • Joint Research Project plus training activities • Compulsory Inter-Sectoral Secondment – Includes Management & Technical Staff, Ph. D students and Post. Ph. D researchers • Optional Recruitment of post-Ph. D Researchers • High success rates (Ireland’s average success rate 53%)

“Med. Cast” • Aim: “Development of foundry casting methods for costeffective manufacture of medical “Med. Cast” • Aim: “Development of foundry casting methods for costeffective manufacture of medical implants” • Funding: 1. 5 M€ for 4 years • Partners: 2 partners in 2 countries (one MNC, one academic)

“TFE – Task Furniture in Education” • Aim: Creating innovative design solutions for learning “TFE – Task Furniture in Education” • Aim: Creating innovative design solutions for learning environments • Funding: 0. 48 M€ over 4 years • Partners: 6 partners from 4 countries • 3 commercial partners and 3 academic institutions • Coordinated by NCAD www. tferesearch. com

Facts and Figures Next Deadline 19 th April 2012 Budget 80 M€ Project Duration Facts and Figures Next Deadline 19 th April 2012 Budget 80 M€ Project Duration 3 – 4 years Typical Project Budget 0. 5 – 2 M€

Marie Curie Individual Fellowships IEF Intra-European “Research Fellowships for Career Development” Development 18% success Marie Curie Individual Fellowships IEF Intra-European “Research Fellowships for Career Development” Development 18% success rate (2011) IIF International Incoming Fellowships* “From the World to Europe” 14% success rate (2011) IOF International Outgoing Fellowships** “From Europe to the World” 19% success rate (2011) * Can include a 12 -month reintegration if you reintegrate back into an International Cooperation Partner Country ** Includes a mandatory 12 -month reintegration

How does it work? Eligible Researcher applies with Eligible Host Organisation Who is an How does it work? Eligible Researcher applies with Eligible Host Organisation Who is an Ix. F award suitable for? • Experienced Researchers – Have a Ph. D or equivalent (degree plus 4 years of research experience - the degree that would allow you to begin Ph. D studies in either the country in which the degree was awarded or the country where the proposed fellowship would be hosted). • More Experienced Researchers – Researchers with > 10 years research experience Remember the Mobility Rule!

Prof. Gary Stutte Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow • Ph. D in Plant Physiology Prof. Gary Stutte Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow • Ph. D in Plant Physiology from University of California-Davis • Faculty Member at University of Maryland • Moved to Kennedy Space Centre in 1992 to work on NASA Life Science Support Contract – PI on plant research projects – Conducted spaceflight experiments onboard Space Shuttle and International Space Station • Started a collaboration with LIT in 2002 • Moved to LIT on Marie Curie IIF awarded in 2010

Facts and Figures Next Deadline 16 th August 2012 Budgets IEF: 120 M€ IIF: Facts and Figures Next Deadline 16 th August 2012 Budgets IEF: 120 M€ IIF: 40 M€ IOF: 40 M€ Project Duration IEF: up to 24 months IIF: 24 to 36 months IOF: 24 to 36 months* Budget ~€ 100 k per annum * Includes a mandatory 12 -month reintegration

CIG: Career Integration Grants* Encouraging Researchers to establish themselves in Europe** • Attracting and CIG: Career Integration Grants* Encouraging Researchers to establish themselves in Europe** • Attracting and retaining the best talents in Europe • Improving their prospects for longterm integration in Europe • Counteracting “brain drain” * Amalgamation of previous ERG and IRG programmes ** i. e. a Member State or associated country (e. g. Switzerland, Israel – see http: //cordis. europa. eu/fp 7/who_en. html for a full list)

How does it work? Eligible Researcher applies with Eligible Host Organisation Who is a How does it work? Eligible Researcher applies with Eligible Host Organisation Who is a CIG award suitable for? • The awardee must have an employment contract to cover at least the duration of the award, therefore the award is suitable for: – Researchers (postdoctoral and equivalent) – New Academic Staff • Mobility Rule Applies • Success rate ~30%

Facts and Figures Rolling Call – two evaluation deadlines: • 6 th March 2012 Facts and Figures Rolling Call – two evaluation deadlines: • 6 th March 2012 • 18 th September 2012 Budget 40 M€ Project Duration up to 4 years Contribution to Budget of € 25 k per annum

IRSES - International Research Staff Exchange Scheme • Host-Driven Action • To strengthen research IRSES - International Research Staff Exchange Scheme • Host-Driven Action • To strengthen research partnerships between Europe and countries that have or will have an S&T agreement with Europe* • Staff exchanges and networking activities INTREPID “Employment Relations in Multinational Companies: Cross National Comparative Analysis” • UL award in 2008 IRSES Call • Prof. Patrick Gunnigle • Partners in the UK, Spain, Canada and Mexico Next Call: January 2013 Budget M€ 30 (Project Budgets vary € 16 k to € 3. 5 M!)

NIGHT – Researchers Night • Host-Driven Action • A European-wide public and media event NIGHT – Researchers Night • Host-Driven Action • A European-wide public and media event to promote research careers • 4 th Friday of September each year • Full or part-funding available Next Call: January 2013 Budget M€ 4 (Typical Project Budget € 40 – 200 K )

COFUND – Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes • Host-Driven Action • Increasing COFUND – Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes • Host-Driven Action • Increasing the mobility options for post-Ph. D researchers • Participants are any bodies that can manage a programme for Experienced Researchers – Research funders – International Organisations e. g. CERN – Research-Performing Organisations, i. e. , Universities, Research Centres/Schools within Universities (many Spanish and Italian co-funded projects run by individual centres within Universities) • Receive 40% co-funding for the programme Award Holder Programme IRCSET INSPIRE, ELEVATE (new) HRB/Marie Curie post-doctoral mobility fellowship scheme RCSI The NBIPI career enhancement mobility programme (DCU are partners) IRCHSS CARA SFI SIRG Next Call: December 2012 Budget M€ 115 (Up to M€ 10 per award)

Projects Search http: //cordis. europa. eu/projects/home_en. html Projects Search http: //cordis. europa. eu/projects/home_en. html

“Charter & Code” • 40 principles • Charter: framework for career management for researchers “Charter & Code” • 40 principles • Charter: framework for career management for researchers • Code: promotes open and transparent recruitment and appraisal • Embedded in Evaluation Criteria for all MC Actions http: //ec. europa. eu/euraxess/index. cfm/rights/index

Human Resources Strategy for Researchers • “Next-step” - encourage mainstreaming of C&C in research Human Resources Strategy for Researchers • “Next-step” - encourage mainstreaming of C&C in research entities’ policies • 5 -Step Procedure • Results in Commission acknowledgment (permission to use HR Excellence logo) • Irish HEIs taking part to-date are UCD, RCSI, UCC, UL, DCU and WIT

Marie Curie Calls 2012 Work Programme Action Call ID Opening Date Closing Date CIG Marie Curie Calls 2012 Work Programme Action Call ID Opening Date Closing Date CIG Career Integration Grants 1 st deadline IAPP Industry –Academia Partnerships and Pathways FP 7 -PEOPLE-2012 -CIG 20 October 2011 06 March 2012 FP 7 -PEOPLE-2012 -IAPP 19 October 2011 19 April 2012 Ix. F Individual Fellowships FP 7 -PEOPLE-2012 -IEF/IIF/IOF 13 March 2012 16 August 2012 CIG Career Integration Grants 2 nd deadline FP 7 -PEOPLE-2012 -CIG 18 September 2012 20 October 2011 Marie Curie Calls 2013 Work Programme (t. b. c. ) Action Call ID Opening Date Closing Date ITN Initial Training Networks FP 7 -PEOPLE-2013 -ITN 13 July 2012 22 November 2012 COFUND Co-funding of Regional, National & International Programmes FP 7 -PEOPLE-2013 COFUND 13 July 2012 05 December 2012 IAPP Industry –Academia Partnerships and Pathways FP 7 -PEOPLE-2013 -IAPP 02 October 2012 15 January 2013 Last Calls for these MC Actions in FP 7!!

Marie Curie Actions in Horizon 2020: 1 • Excellent Science 2 • Industrial Leadership Marie Curie Actions in Horizon 2020: 1 • Excellent Science 2 • Industrial Leadership 3 • Societal Challenges Marie Curie Actions in the « Excellent Science » Priority Main objective - to ensure optimum development and dynamic use of Europe’s intellectual capital in order to generate new skills and innovation Marie Curie Actions = excellent researchers’ training, mobility and career development

MCA: Horizon 2020 vs. FP 7 ITN IEF IOF IIF Action 1 Doctoral Researchers MCA: Horizon 2020 vs. FP 7 ITN IEF IOF IIF Action 1 Doctoral Researchers Action 2 Experienced Researchers Research networks supporting doctoral training Support for experienced researchers undertaking mobility CIG IAPP IRSES COFUND Action 3 Exchange of Staff International and inter-sector cooperation through the exchange of research and innovation staff Action 4 COFUND Co-funding of regional, national and international programmes covering actions 1, 2 and 3

How the MC Office can help • Keeping you informed – Email Distribution List How the MC Office can help • Keeping you informed – Email Distribution List • Supporting your application – Training Webinars for specific Calls – Advice on whether your concept ‘fits’ the Call www. iua. ie [email protected] ie

Suggestions for Finding a Partner(s) 1 2 3 • Existing Contacts • Cross-Border: • Suggestions for Finding a Partner(s) 1 2 3 • Existing Contacts • Cross-Border: • Inter. Trade. Ireland Europe Board • Cordis Partners Service

www. fp 7 ireland. com www. fp 7 ireland. com

 • ‘One-stop-shop’ centralised support on issues related to mobility • For ALL researchers • ‘One-stop-shop’ centralised support on issues related to mobility • For ALL researchers • Linked to central EU EURAXESS Site • Advertise job opportunities (linked to Nature Jobs) www. euraxess. eu www. euraxess. ie

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