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Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme (IRSES)
Pályáztató:  Európai Bizottság
Határidő:  2012. január 18.
Feltöltve:  2011. szeptember 5., 15:51:31
Szakmai terület:  EU-integráció segítése (15); Kutatás, fejlesztés (8)
Ország:  Magyarország; Románia
Forrás:  [ec.europa.eu]

Call identifier: FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IRSES
• Date of publication: 20 July 2011
• Deadline: 18 January 2012 at 17.00.00, Brussels local time1
• Indicative budget: EUR 30 million of the 2012 budget2. The final budget awarded to this call, following the evaluation of projects, may however vary up to 10% of the total value of this call.

Eligibility criteria
-This action addresses partnership composed of at least two independent research organisations established in at least two different Member States or Associated countries, and one or more organisations either located in countries with which the Community has an S&T agreement or are in the process of negotiations, or in countries covered by the European Neighbourhood Policy.

Eligible participants

A partnership in this action shall be composed of at least two independent participants established in at least two different Member States or Associated countries, and one or more participants either located in countries with which the EU has an S&T Agreement or in countries covered by the European Neighbourhood Policy. The partner acting as proposal coordinator must be from an EU Member State or Associated country.
The lists below are subject to change and it is the responsibility of the applicant to check their memberships at the time of application.

Eligible staff and eligible programmes

Participants will submit a joint multi-annual programme for the exchange of staff between the partners. For staff from EU Member States or Associated countries, the mobility must be towards the Third country partners and vice-versa. Staff exchanged between European partners will not be eligible to apply for the subsistence allowance paid by the Community.
The IRSES scheme targets early stage and experienced researchers, but if appropriate and justified, technical and managerial staff can also benefit from the exchange programme.
The duration of exchanges for each researcher or technical/managerial staff member will be for a maximum of 12 months. Conference attendance other than for workshops or seminars specifically organised as part of the joint collaboration project between the partner organisations are not covered by the Community contribution. In any case the need for very short stays, of less than one month, should be particularly well justified in the application.

How to apply

Turning your idea into an effective proposal

The coordinator

The Commission refers to the participant who is taking the lead in the preparation of the proposal as the "proposal coordinator". In the case of IRSES, the coordinator of an exchange project must be a partner from an EU Member State or Associated country. For a given proposal, the coordinator acts as the single point of contact between the participants and the Commission.
Focusing your planned work Refer to the description of the Marie Curie Action in section 2 of this Guide and the Work
Programme to check the eligibility criteria and any other special conditions that apply.
Refer also to the evaluation criteria against which your proposal will be assessed. These are given in annex 2. Keep these in mind as you develop your proposal.

Presenting your proposal

A proposal has two parts:

Part A will contain the administrative information about the proposal and the participants. The information requested includes a brief description of the work, contact details and characteristics of the participants, and information related to the funding requested (see annex 3 of this Guide). This information will be encoded in a structured database for further computer processing to produce, for example, statistics, and evaluation reports. This information will also support the experts and Commission staff during the evaluation process. The information in Part A is entered through a set of on-line forms.
Part B is a "template", or list of headings, rather than an administrative form (see annex 4 of this Guide). Applicants should strictly follow this structure when presenting the scientific and technical content of their proposal. The template is designed to highlight those aspects that will be assessed against the evaluation criteria. It covers, among other things, the nature of the proposed work, the participants and their roles in the proposed project, and the impacts that might be expected to arise from the proposed work. Only black and white copies are used for evaluation and applicants are strongly recommended, therefore, not to use colour.
Part B of the proposal is uploaded by the applicant into the Electronic Proposal Submission Service (EPSS) described below.

Evaluation procedure

-The evaluation criteria (including weights and thresholds) and sub-criteria together with the eligibility, selection and award criteria, for the different funding schemes are set out in Annex 2 to this work programme.
-The evaluation shall follow a single-stage procedure.
-Proposals will not be evaluated anonymously.
-Proposals may be evaluated remotely.
-There will be a single ranking list.

Indicative evaluation and contractual timetable:
-Evaluation results estimated to be available within some 6 months after the deadline for submission.
-Grant agreement signature: expected from within 9 months after the relevant deadline for submission.

Consortia agreements:
Participants in actions resulting from this call are required to conclude a consortium agreement.
The forms of grants and the maximum reimbursement rates which will be offered are specified in the core text (II.4.3) of the People work programme.

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