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Title: Marie Curie Actions


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Marie Curie Actions
HUMAN RESOURCES AND MOBILITY IN THE6th RTD
FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME (2003 - 2006)
  • DG for Research
  • The Human Factor, Mobility and Marie Curie
    Actions
  • International Fellowships Division RTD.D.5
  • European Commission
  • Office SDME 2/25
  • B-1049 Brussels
  • Belgium Fax 32 2 296 0560

Nicholas Newman, 6 February 2003
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CONTENTSMARIE CURIE ACTIONS
  • Competition
  • Mobility Policy
  • Objectives
  • Complementarities
  • Major New Features
  • Host-driven Actions
  • Individual-driven Actions
  • Excellence Promotion Recognition
  • Return Reintegration Mechanisms
  • Cooperation with Member States Associated
    Countries
  • Cooperation with other Programmes
  • Calendar, Calls and Eligible Expenses
  • Evaluation Criteria
  • Information
  • Conclusion
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Notice to the Reader
  • This presentation is based on
  • the Sixth RTD Framework Programme Decision
    1513/2002/EC of 27/06/2002, OJ L232 of 29/08/2002
  • the Specific Programme  Structuring  Decision
    2002/835/EC of 30/09/2002, OJ L294 of 29/10/2002
  • the corresponding participation rules -
    Regulation 2321/2002 of 16/12/2002, OJ L355 of
    30/12/2002
  • the Work Programme Decision C(2002)4791 of
    6/12/2002
  • the Calls for Proposals FP6-2002-Mobility-6, 7
    12, OJ C315 of 17/12/2002
  • to which reference should be made before making a
    proposal

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RD Spending
Total RD spending as a of GDP
USA 2.7
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RD Spending
Total RD spending as a of GDP
Japan 3.1
USA 2.7
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RD Spending
Total RD spending as a of GDP
EU TARGET FOR 2010
Japan 3.1
USA 2.7
EU-15 1.8
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Human Resourcesin Industrial Research
Number of Researchers in firms per thousand
active personnel (1997)
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Human Resourcesin Industrial Research
Number of Researchers in firms per thousand
active personnel (1997)
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Human Resourcesin Industrial Research
Number of Researchers in firms per thousand
active personnel (1997)
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MOBILITY POLICY
  • Mobility Working Group
  • Met Reported in 2001
  • Obstacles to Mobility in and between countries
  • Commission Communication on Mobility COM(2001)331
    final of 20/06/2001
  • Mobility Steering Group

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HUMAN RESOURCES AND MOBILITY
  • OBJECTIVES
  • To reinforce scientific excellence in Europe, and
    links with the rest of the world
  • By
  • Training European researchers in Europe
  • Training Europeans outside Europe
  • Training researchers from other countries in
    Europe
  • Offering European researchers outside Europe the
    possibility to return to European research

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Human Resourcesand Mobility Coherence and
Complementarities
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MARIE CURIE SCHEMESMajor New Features
  • Maximum continuity Increased flexibility
  • Marie Curie name
  • Opening of schemes to third country nationals
  • No age limit
  • Reintegration measure(including incentives to
    return to Europe)
  • Promotion of Excellence

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HOST-DRIVEN ACTIONS
  • Marie Curie Research Training Networks
  • Structured training for and through research, and
    transfer of knowledge
  • Partnerships between research teams
  • Flexibility and autonomy in management
  • 4 year contracts, training periods between 3
    months 3 years
  • 3rd country hosts may join networks

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HOST-DRIVEN ACTIONS
  • Marie Curie Host Fellowships for Early stage
    Research Training - 1
  • Early Stage Training Fellows Any age with lt 4
    years full time research experience and without a
    doctorate
  • Fellows from 3rd Countries are allowed (max 30)
  • Must meet mobility rules e.g. In general, not to
    country of nationality, not to country where one
    has been for gt12 months in last 3 years. Check
    rules carefully !

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HOST-DRIVEN ACTIONS
  • Marie Curie Host Fellowships for Early stage
    Research Training - 2
  • Early Stage Training Hosts
  • Public organisations and commercial enterprises
    (Commercial/industrial objective 15)
  • Single applicants from member states, associated
    states and International European Interest
    Organisations.
  • Multi-partner applicants At least 3 hosts in at
    least 3 different member or associated states, 2
    must be from member or associated candidate
    states.
  • Participation of 3rd countries and International
    Organisations possible in multi-partner
    applications financing only if essential for
    objectives of the action.

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HOST-DRIVEN ACTIONS
  • Marie Curie Conferences Training Courses
  • To allow more experienced researchers to impart
    their experience to the younger generation
  • and promote face-to-face contact between
    researchers from all over the world
  • coherent series of events - a few days to a few
    weeks, conferences, summer schools, laboratory
    training courses, on one or several themes,
    proposed by one or several organizers
  • large conferences - support to individuals to
    attend
  • Generally in EU and Associated States

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HOST-DRIVEN ACTIONS
  • Marie Curie Host Fellowships for the Transfer of
    Knowledge
  • Higher Education, Research Centres, Enterprises
  • Experienced Researchers (gt4 years)
  • Develop new areas of competence
  • Develop capabilities in Less Favoured Regions and
    Associated Candidate Countries
  • Industry /Academia exchange possibilities (SMEs)
  • Up to 2 year stays

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MARIE CURIE INDIVIDUAL-DRIVEN ACTIONS
  • Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowships
  • To provide advanced training tailored to the
    researchers individual needs in order to become
    independent.
  • Who can apply
  • Experienced researchers
  • Mobility required
  • EU or Associated States Nationals
  • No age limits
  • Host institutions
  • Universities, research centres, or enterprises
    established and located in an EU or Associated
    State.

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Marie CurieInternational Fellowships
Evolution from FP5 to FP6
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Marie Curie OutgoingInternational Fellowships
  • Researchers from EU and Associated States
  • Minimum 4 years experience or doctorate
  • Joint proposal by fellow and host institution
  • To Third Countries
  • Coherent project up to 3 years with 2 phases
  • experience outside Europe up to 2 years and
  • obligatory return to Europe,typically half the
    duration of the 1st. phase
  • valorisation in Europe of experience gained
  • reinforce relations between EU and third
    countries

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Marie Curie IncomingInternational Fellowships
  • High level third country researchers
  • Minimum 4 years experience or doctorate
  • Joint proposal by fellow and host institution
  • Towards Europe
  • Return mechanism for researchers
  • from developing countries
  • from emerging and transition economies
  • reinforce the research potential of these
    countries
  • strengthen relations between the EU and third
    countries

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Promotion and Recognitionof Scientific Excellence
  • Marie Curie Excellence Grants
  • Creation development of European research teams
    of high potential
  • Marie Curie Excellence Awards
  • Prizes of 50 000 public recognition of
    excellence
  • Expected participation in public events to
    promote European research
  • Marie Curie Chairs
  • World class researchers of any nationality,
    normally 3 year tenure, teaching etc.

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Marie Curie European Reintegration Grants
  • Objective
  • To assist the professional reintegration of the
    research worker who has just completed a Marie
    Curie Fellowship
  • Means
  • Lump sum to be used within 1 year
  • Reintegration host different from host of initial
    fellowship
  • Priority for reintegration in country of origin

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Marie Curie Return and Reintegration of European
Researchers
  • Having undertaken research outside Europe during
    at least 5 years
  • Precise project evaluated on its intrinsic merits
  • Up to 2 years funding for a 3 year contract
  • Research project (via host institution)
  • Compensate partly for the brain drain

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Cooperation withMember States Associated
Countries,and with other Programmes
  • Stimulate a Culture of Mobility
  • Support for Cooperation, exchange of information,
    best practices etc. with and between countries
  • Informatics tools, Web Portal etc.
  • Support for a European network of Mobility
    Centres
  • Assistance to other (national etc.) Programmes
    with mobility elements
  • promote consistency of approaches and criteria
    etc.

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Calendar Budget for 2003 2004
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Eligible Expenses
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Evaluation Criteria
  • 1. Scientific Quality of Project
  • 2. Quality of Research Training
  • 3. Quality of Host
  • 4. Quality of Researchers
  • 5. Management and Feasibility
  • 6. Relevance to the objectives of the
    Scheme/Activity
  • 7. Added Value to the Community

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Information
  • Specific informationhttp//europa.eu.int/mariecu
    rie-actions
  • Questions tortd-mariecurie-actions_at_cec.eu.int
  • General information http//europa.eu.int
  • General information on research
    http//europa.eu.int/comm/research
  • Information on research programmes
  • http//www.cordis.lu
  • Information requests research_at_cec.eu.int
  • And RTD Info
  • Soon A MOBILITY WEB PORTAL ?

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The pan-European Researchers Mobility Portal
î What services will be offered?
  • General information about research fellowship
    programmes or grants
  • Available opportunities and job offers
  • Information about administrative and legal issues
    (conditions of entry, social security and tax
    schemes etc.)
  • Tailored and customised help desk function
  • General information about research policy issues
    relevant for the career development of a
    researcher
  • Forum and other services of particular interest
    for mobile researchers

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Mobility of Researchers
Conclusions
  • International mobility of researchers is
    increasingly important in an increasingly
    globalised economy
  • Mobility of researchers and the attractiveness of
    Europe for them are amongst the keys of the
    European Research Area and the New Framework
    Programme

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