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Information from SOS 21 June 2013

Funding opportunities

Support for funding applications

ERC
In order to strengthen the University of Southern Denmark’s potential to take home funding from the European Research Council (ERC), the Executive Board has decided to support the researchers who are applying funds from the ERC.

Support will be in the form of financial support to resubmit an application which has been accepted in the application process, but then refused. In addition, a mentoring scheme is established, for candidates who are applying for Starting Grants and Consolidator Grants, and who would like to improve their chances to perform well at the ERC interview; which is part of the application process for these instruments. The regulations will take effect in the next application round in 2014.

Further information can be found here.

Danish instruments
The next ERC call is not expected until early to mid-2014. For a limited period (autumn 2013), it will therefore be offered support for applications to the Danish National Research Foundation (Centers of Excellence), The Danish Council for Strategic Research (strategic research centers) and The Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation (Advanced Technology Platforms). In order to obtain support, it is a condition that the projects in question are larger projects, where the applicants apply for a substantial amount of money to research at SDU.

Further information can be found here.


New newsletter from Brussels

The June Edition of Brussels Science News for the University of Southern Denmark has been published.

The content of this edition is:
- Horizon 2020 Week at SDU – Save the Dates 19-21st of November
- International Network Programme 5th call published
- Horizon 2020 – A Short Story
- Urban Europe – Call for Proposal
- Where to look for support on external funding?
- In Brussels? Stop by
- SDU European Science Event Calendar (where to be in 2013 and 2014)

You can find the newsletter here.


For the calendar: SDU Horizon2020 Week 19-21 November

University of Southern Denmark marks the beginning of EU’s new research programme Horizon2020 by three intensive days: 19-21 November. SDU Horizon2020 Week is relevant to everyone interested in EU-funding.

The initiative comprises sessions on funding schemes within each of the three programme pillars: societal challenges, excellent science and industrial leadership – with lots of opportunities for discussion and learning from council members, evaluators and grantees. Therefore, if you are interested in EU-funding, do add these dates to your calendar and exploit this unique opportunity to get below the surface of the world’s largest research funding programme.


Program overview:

Day 1
Odense, 19 November
Day 2
Odense, 20 November
Day 3
Kolding, 21 November
Opening Conference
Societal Challenges Workshops
Excellent Science Workshop
Industrial Leadership Workshops
Horizon2020 workshop
Societal Challenges
Industrial Leadership


SDU Horizon2020 week is co-organized by SDU Grants Office and South Denmark European Office – learn more on http://sdu.dk/Forskning/Forskerstoette.

Detailed information on program and registration will follow in early autumn.

FP7 People: Marie Curie Research Fellowships

Marie Curie Fellowships are European research grants available to researchers regardless of their nationality or field of research. In addition to generous research funding scientists have the possibility to gain experience abroad and in the private sector, and to complete their training with competences or disciplines useful for their careers.

Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowships for Career Development (IEF)
Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships (IIF)
Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowships for Career Development (IOF)


Support Office, Science is prepared to provide interested researchers with all the support needed in order to prepare their proposals.

Deadlines: August 14, 2013



Danish National Research Foundation:

8th application round

The 8th application round for new Centers of Excellence starting January 1, 2015 is now open. New centers may be established within and across all research areas.


Information meeting



Danish National Research Foundation’s 8th application round

Thomas Sinkjær, director of The Danish National Research Foundation, will visit SDU to inform potential applicants about the foundation’s Centers of Excellence. Sinkjær will explain the details of the application- and the selection process, and he will answer questions.

Time: Friday August 23 2013, kl. 10:30 – 11:30
Place: O100, Campusvej, Odense

Scientists from all research fields are encouraged to participate.
Registration is not necessary.



Summer holiday – Support Office, Science, SOS

Christina Dahl From 1 July to 26 July
Hanne Dahl Mortensen From 8 July to 2 August
Helen Korsgaard From 8 July to 13 August
Inge B. Kroun From 22 July to 5 August
Kjersti Øverland From 8 July to 26 July
Lone Ladegaard Laursen From 8 July to 2 August
Lone Storm Pedersen From 1 July to 26 July
Randi W. Nielsen From 11 July to 5 August

OBS! The SOS offices are closed in week 30

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