Online webinar,

15 February 2017

11.00 AM (CET)

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This webinar will be the first of a series of MERID webinars providing information on how to increase the participation of Middle Eastern researchers in Horizon2020 Research and Innovation  programme enhancing research and innovation cooperation. The webinar broadcast on 15 February 2017 will focus on a particular measure of H2020, the MSCA-RISE. RISE is one of the 4 types of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, whose general objective is to support research training and career development for researchers at all stages, targeting innovation skills by encouraging transnational, intersectoral and interdisciplinary mobility. Supporting excellent researchers for excellent research.

The webinar, after a brief overview of the measure and type of action, will focus on good practices to provide a practical guidance for potential beneficiaries. In particular, the case of the RISE  CLUSDEV MED will be presented, where the main objective is to build joint collaborative projects for developing clusters as new potential instruments to reinforce research in the food, water and energy sectors by drawing together academic research teams from the EU and Mediterranean countries with multidisciplinary skills and expertise in the field of clusters.

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The webinar is organized and delivered by the MERID project’s partners CIHEAM Bari and Europe for Business.

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Supporting documents available:
H2020-MSCA-RISE-2017 Part A and Part B template h2020-call-pt-msca-rise-2016-17_en
H2020 Work Programme 2016 – 2017: lET5qk-h2020-wp1617-msca_en
RISE 2016 – Research Policy Brief: khB9e8-RISE-2016-Research-Policy-Brief
RISE 2016 Support Document – Analysis of funded and unsuccessful proposals: RISE-2016-Support-Document-Analysis-of-funded-and-unsuccessful-proposals