NCP Flanders ERC Starting grant proposal writing workshop 16/5/2019 13h00 - 18h00 Brussels
16 APRIL 2019 UPDATE: THE WORKSHOP IS FULLY BOOKED.

REGISTRATIONS AFTER 16 APRIL WILL BE PUT AUTOMATICALLY ON A WAITING LIST. ONLY IN CASE A SPOT WILL BECOME AVAILABLE YOU WILL BE INFORMED BY EMAIL.
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A workshop proposal writing on the ERC Starting grant 2020 call for proposals is organised by NCP Flanders.
The workshop is organised to support researchers and host institutions in the preparation of their ERC Starting grant application.

Draft Programme
Trainer: Lotte Jaspers, Yellow Research
13.00 Registration
13.30 Short Introduction: The cascade effect of things
14:00 B2 Scientific Proposal, a discussion in detail!
Based on the logic tree for grant writing, we will discuss in detail the project template (state of the art and objectives, methodology and resources), the ERC Instructions for Applicants and the ERC selection criteria. Therefore we will discuss: 1) groundbreaking nature and ambition 2) the high gain and high risk balance and the link to feasibility of the scientific approach 3) the envisioned impact on future research and possibilities of utility 4) sound project plan and structure with intermediate goals and back-up plans.
15.00 Coffee break
15.10 Continuation of the B2 discussion
16.30 Extended Synopsis
The extended synopsis is a 5 page summary of the Scientific Proposal with an emphasis on the groundbreaking nature and feasibility of the proposal and how the outcomes of the research will impact further research.
17:10 Principal Investigator
The PI should fit the scientific story as laid down in the B1 and the B2. This is a fit based on Quality rather than Quantity and may mean that adaptations to the proposed template for the CV and Track-Record may have to be made and narrations may have to be included.
18.00 End of workshop

Registration
Registration is free and mandatory and is on a first come, first served base. Please keep in mind places are limited. Only register when you are sure you will attend the workshop. Registrations close on Thursday 25 April or earlier when fully booked. A spot is not guaranteed. Two weeks before the workshop you will receive a confirmation e-mail with more practical information. Any questions can be send to: margot.beereboom@fwo.be in cc info@ncpflanders.be.

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