9:00 - 9:30 NWO Rubicon Grants
The Rubicon grant scheme enables young researchers to spend a post-doc period abroad (application within one year within completion of PhD). In this session, a Rubicon expert provides in- depth information about the scheme and the do’s and don’ts of applying, and a Rubicon laureate tells about his/her own experiences with the application process and the stay abroad.
9:45 - 10:15 NWO Veni grants
The Veni grant scheme enables young researchers (within 3 years of completion of PhD) to conduct independent research for a period of three years. In this session, a Veni expert provides in-depth information about the scheme and the do’s and don’ts of applying, and a Veni laureate tells about his experiences with the application process and the role of the grant in his career.
10:30 - 11:00 Marie Curie Individual Fellowships
Marie Curie Individual Fellowships fund researchers looking to enhance their career development and prospects by working abroad. In this session, a Marie Curie expert provides in-depth information about the scheme and the do’s and don’ts of applying, and a laureate tells about his experiences with the application process and the stay abroad.
11:30 - 12:30 NWO Vidi en ERC starting grants
Vidi and ERC starting grants enable researchers (3-8 resp. 2-7 years within completion of PhD) to develop their own innovative line of research. Two external experts from the relevant funding agencies and a laureate provide inside information about these schemes, and tell about the do’s and don’ts when applying.
13:00 - 13:45 Scientific editing (lunch lecture)
Scientific editing can substantially contribute to funding success. In this lunch session, a scientific editing expert presents different ways of working with a scientific editor when applying for a grant, and a researcher tells about his experience with scientific editing and how it contributed to his successful Vidi grant application.
14:00 - 15:00 NWO Vici and Consolidator grants
Vici and ERC consolidator grants enable researchers (8-15 resp. 8-12 years within completion of PhD) to consolidate their independence by establishing a research group. In this session, an external expert, a panel member and a laureate provide inside information about these schemes, and tell about the do’s and don’ts when applying.
|Prof. Herman de Jong, Dean faculty of Economics and Business||Chair|
|Dr. Esther Verhoeven, RVO||Expert ERC consolidator
|Prof. Marieke Wichers, UMCG||Laureate ERC consolidator grants|
|Prof. Jan-Wouter Zwart, Faculty of Arts||Member Vici panel|
|Annelein Stax (NWO representative)||Expert Vici|
15:00 - 16:00 Interactive session for supervisors
Supervisors – group leaders (assistant/associate/full professors), institute directors and others – can have a positive impact on their researchers’ funding successes. This interactive session, chaired by the University’s dean of talent development, is for group leaders, directors and deans, and explores strategies and best practices for supervisors to make the most of their group’s or institute’s funding potential.
16:00 - 17:00 Interactive sessions on ERC advanced grants
ERC advanced grants enable leading senior researchers to pursue ground-breaking, high-risk projects. This interactive session, chaired by the University’s dean of talent development, is for senior-career researchers only. The dean of talent development, a recent laureate and a panel member discuss with participants how to strategically plan and execute an application.
|Prof. Ritsert Jansen, Dean of talent development||Chair|
ERC advanced grant laureate: Prof. Claartje Mulder, Faculty of Spatial Sciences
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