Participants of the Summer School have been selected
After a hard selection process, thirty participants have been selected finally to take part in the Summer School of the project BILAT-UKR*AINA. Selected participants are young (up to 40 years old) Ukrainian research managers and project experts.
The Summer School on 'European RTDI policies, instruments and participation possibilities' will be held in Kyiv, between the 15th and 18th September 2014. The aim of the summer school is to provide a comprehensive training on project development, management, and exploitation of research results in the frame of Horizon 2020. The event shall provide an opportunity for networking and identifying potential fields of common interests among the participants.
The Summer School programme is structured around keynote presentations by distinguished experts and interactive small seminar group discussions. The thirty participants will be expected to join one of the four seminar group based on their expertise and previous experience: eight people will attend the Biotechnology section, seven will be at the ICT course, nine people will join the Nanomaterials group, and six other will be participating the Transport seminar.
Participants will arrive from various regions of Ukraine, such as Kyiv, Lviv, Sumy, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, and Ternopil.
Summer School Info (.pdf)
Ms Zsuzsanna Angyal
Regional Centre for Information and Scientific Development, RCISD
phone: + 36 30 844 31 24
4th Webinar on Horizon 2020 successfully held – presentations available
The webinar on Thursday, 17 July 2014 was the fourth of many information and mentoring web-sessions on the opportunities for Ukrainian researchers and project experts in the EU’s new framework programme for research, technology and innovation: Horizon 2020. These web-sessions are free, easily accessible and open to all S&T actors interested in Ukraine-EU cooperation. They are performed in English language.
This webinar focussed on the following aspects of Horizon 2020:
- Horizon 2020: What’s in it for Ukraine? (presentation: Gorazd Weiss)
- How to prepare a proposal? (presentation: Olena Koval)
- Marie Sklodowska Curie actions (presentation: Karina Shakhbazian)
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