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Eu-SPRI Forum call for proposals for Early Career Researcher Conferences (ECC) and Early Career Research Training Schools (ECS) in 2016-2017

Early Career Researcher Conferences (ECC)

ECC gather outstanding early career researchers with established academics for a series of exchanges about on-going and new research in research and innovation policy. Within the SPRI field ECC normally have no narrow theme, rather there are thematically open. Early career researchers can network with one another, across institutions and countries, and with established researchers, and gain critical feedback on their work, as well as experience in critiquing the work of peers.

The Eu-SPRI Forum supports one or two conference per year. An ECC will normally have 25-30 participants. The maximum support for a conference amounts to 15.000 EUR (for organisation and all actual incurred costs for participants once present, not their travel costs).

Submission deadline: 15 January 2016

Early Career Research Training Schools (ECS)

The Eu-SPRI member organisations are invited to submit proposals for Early Career Research Training Schools (ECS) in 2016 and 2017

Their field of research and innovation policy studies is diverse and has homes in different disciplinary areas. Young SPRI researchers need dedicated events to acquire and exchange knowledge in two directions:

• Methods-based schools for acquiring new capabilities

• Topic-based schools.

ECS will be hosted by one or more Eu-SPRI member organisations and will be offered by senior scholars in the field. The Eu-SPRI Forum supports one summer and one winter school per year with some 25 students each. The maximum support for a school to 15.000 EUR (for organisation and all actual incurred costs for participants once present, no travel costs).

Submission deadline:  15 January 2016

Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to Eu-SPRI Forum secretariat: u.m.kemppainen@utwente.nl, by 15 January 2016.

Examples of the formats for ECC and ECS proposals:

 

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