Title: Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions: building your career in Europe (but not
Abstract : This session focuses on Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions, a funding scheme
from the European Commission to support research and innovation. After a general
presentation of the actions and the conditions, we will focus mostly on the actions
available for young researchers, after completing their PhD. We will then dig into
the application package, analyzing what an applicant needs to stress in their
proposal, as well as potential traps to avoid.
Bio: Francesco Maurelli is Professor in Marine Systems and Robotics at Jacobs
University Bremen. He is a double Marie-Curie Fellow, as he started his PhD with a
MC Research Training Network (now called Innovative Training Network), and he has
recently completed an Individual Fellowship, hosted jointly by Jacobs University
Bremen (Germany) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA). His research
activities is focused on autonomous systems, intelligent localization, world
modeling and fault management. Alongside the research activities, he has created a
company to support grant writing applications.