Organized by: Lorena Anton, Mihnea Dobre.
The Grant Writing Seminar is an established series at the ICUB. It aims to provide a venue for humanities and social sciences researchers to meet, share their experiences, receive hands-on advice on grant writing, and collaborate on their grant applications for national and European calls. The series is addressed primarily to researchers in the early stages of their career, but we welcome participation of more experienced researchers. It is hoped that out of this workshop series a small community of researchers will emerge who will continue to offer mutual support for grant applications through constructive criticism and peer-review.
We encourage discussions about future international grant applications that will be hosted by the ICUB.
The meetings of the Grant Proposal series take place every month.
For attending the meetings of the Grant Proposal series, please fill in the registration form.
Program (Tuesday, 18:00-20:00):
13 November 2018: Roundtable discussion and the outline of the series.
11 December 2018: Postdoctoral fellowships: how to apply?
- The case of the ICUB fellowships and grants (Mihnea Dobre, IRH-ICUB)
- North American postdoctoral fellowships (Laura Bisaillon, University of Toronto, IRH-ICUB Visiting Professor)
12 March 2019: From individual fellowships to grants
26 March 2019: Aims, templates, and submission forms: understanding specific calls
23 April 2019: How to apply? Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA)
7 May 2019: How to apply? ERC (Starting & Consolidator)
28 May 2019: How to plan your project? WPs, actions, deliverables, and outreach
18 June 2019: Find the balance: the scientific excellence and the feasibility of the project