Workshop: How to write an application for a Marie S. Curie European Training Network

Would you like your research to benefit from joint international doctoral training and form a new generation of researchers through advanced training, international and inter-sectoral mobility? Then you should learn more about Marie S. Curie European Training Networks at a workshop held by the Research Support Office at Aarhus University.

Info about event


Wednesday 24 September 2014,  at 09:00 - 11:30


Aarhus University, Richard Mortensen stuen, building 1422, room 122

The Gender Summits are dedicated to supporting and advancing excellence and effectiveness of research and innovation at all levels, through the inclusion of gender. The overarching theme of the events is "Quality Research and Innovation through Equality".

The Gender Summit 4 - Europe 2014 (GS4EU) will bring together experts from research, industry and policy to consider gender research evidence and the ways of improving the quality and impact of research and innovation through the inclusion of gender in science knowledge making and application. The Programme will focus on Horizon 2020, the current €80bn funding programme of the European Commission. GS4EU's Themes and Tracks will focus on the cross-cutting role of gender and how gender can be integrated within the different calls, through actions enhancing gender equality and through inclusion in research and innovation content. The GS4EU provides an early opportunity for H2020 applicants to explore with experts how gender can be best accommodated in their proposals.

Read more about the Gender Summit 4 - Europe 2014: gender-summit.com