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Recent changes in ERC evaluation: What and why?

22/02/2024

ERC evaluation process has undergone several reforms under the Work Programme 2024. Changes concern, inter alia, the way the PI’s profile is assessed, but also reformulation of questions to evaluate the quality of the proposed project.

ERC President, Prof Maria Leptin, in her report sheds the light on what was the rationale behind the changes adopted by the ERC Scientific Council, and in detail dissects how to understand the new template for the applicant’s CV a track record. She also explains why the famous term ‚high-risk, high-gain‘ has been deleted from the newest Work Programme, or why evaluators are no longer asked to assess the ‚development of novel methodologies‘ in the proposed project.

The report can be found on the ERC website HERE.

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EARMA and EUA Events on FP10 Preparations

23/05/2024

On May 28, 2024, two events focused on the preparation of the 10th EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (FP10) will take place – one organized by the European Association of Research Managers and Administrators (EARMA) and the other by the European University...

First Meeting of the Newly Established Platform of Czech Ministry for the Future Shape of the 10th EU Framework Programme

21/05/2024

On May 20th, the first meeting of the newly established Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MEYS) Platform for the future shape of the 10th EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation took place. The meeting was attended by invited representatives from...

CBE JU National information day held in TC Prague

14/05/2024

The Technology Centre  Prague in cooperation with the BioEast Hub CZ and Circular Bio-based Europe Joint Undertaking (CBE JU) organised National information day on 14 May to present the possibilities of cooperation with the CBE JU, and...

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