How to Write an ERC Proposal. CURSO IN COMPANY

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  • Termina: 31/12/22 - 00:00h

Modalidad: Curso online
Duración: 16 horas
Materiales: 37
Nivel: Intermedio
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In this course, we cover everything you need to know about the technical aspects of ERC. This includes all essential information from the official documentation and EC resources: the ERC Work Program, ERC Guide for Applicants, the ERC website and the online submission system, as well as important tips based on our years of hands-on experience with thousands of ERC proposals. Therefore, this course is ideal for potential ERC applicants who are not yet familiar with this grant and would like to learn more about it. From experience, understanding ERC technicalities is a step that applicants tend to skip. However, by doing so they are missing crucial information which can directly affect the eligibility and competitiveness of the grant application.


  • You will develop a set of skills and capacities that will allow you to explore and optimize your projects.


Introduction to Horizon Europe.

1.- Science excellence. ERC

A. How to write the technical part of the proposal 

1. Section B1

•    Extended synopsis of the scientific proposal in 5 pages:
      •    What should be clear to the evaluator?
            •    What is the challenge?
            •    Why do you need to address it?
            •    How will you solve the problem?
            •    Why is it so important to address it now?
    •    How to approach the summary?
            •    How to highlight the ground-breaking nature of the project?
            •    How to demonstrate the viability of the project?
            •    What is the recommended content?
            •    What characteristic should it have?
            •    What is the most recommended structure?
•    Researchers CV
      •    Focus and writing.
      •    Structure.
      •    Success factors and tips for developing competitive CVs.
•    Achievements
      •    Publications.
      •    Monographs.
      •    Patents.
      •    Conferences
      •    Awards


2. Section B2

•    Objectives and State of the art:
     •    What problems do we solve?
     •    What solutions do we provide?
     •    What resources and methods do we use?
     •    Why is the project important for the field?
     •    Sources of information to assess the state of the art.
•    The impact of the project:
     •    How to describe the background of the potential impact?
     •    Define the viability of the project results:
          •    Related to the scientific community.
          •    In market terms.
          •    In terms of innovation in the market.
          •    In terms of social challenges.
    •    Establish the measurement indicators:
         •    Of realization.
         •    Of results.
         •    Impact.
         •    Synergy or complement of the project.
   •    Structure and describe the indicators in the technical proposal.
   •    Obstacles and barriers: what can go wrong?
        •    External factors: Legal, financial ...
        •    Internal factors: capacities, interests, conflicts ...
        •    Contingency plan.

•    Work methodology:
      •    Purpose: Generic intentions.
      •    Objectives: general and specific goals.
      •    Resources committed by volume of work.
      •    Actions: Activities, tasks, deliverables / products.
      •    Project milestones (milestones).
      •    External factors.
      •    Preconditions.
•    Describe the operational capacity.
•    Other questions:
      •    Allocation of resources by volume of work.
      •    Project risks: What can go wrong and what alternatives are proposed.
      •    Negotiation of the contract and legal aspects of the project.
      •    Ethical and safety aspects
      •    Others: Third parties ...

3. Analysis of the main errors made in proposals submitted 2020

4. News Work Program 2022

•    New evaluation panel structures
•    Interviews in the second phase of the evaluation process (advanced Grants).
•    New international organizations may be elected "Host Institutions"

5. Recommendations

•    Templates.
•    Proposal format
•    Techniques and linguistic expression
•    Success tips.

B. The calculation of the budget
•    Tips for calculating the budget.


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