The 17th January 2017, INCOBRA presented the MARIE SK?ODOWSKA-CURIE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION STAFF EXCHANGE (MSCA-RISE-2017) call during its fifth webinar
"RISE: Mobility opportunity for academic and non-academic players. R&I staff exchange in all fields of knowledge"
Moderated by Ana Paula Rossetto (SPI, coordinator of INCOBRA), the webinar started with an introductory video presenting the MARIE SK?ODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS.
Presentation #1, Introduction to INCOBRA project and the webinar
MSCA in a nutshell, VIDEO
Elisa Natola (CONFAP) presented the RISE scheme, which promotes international and inter-sector collaboration through research and innovation staff exchanges, and sharing of knowledge and ideas from research to market (and vice-versa). RISE follows a bottom-up approach, and fosters a shared culture of research and innovation that welcomes and rewards creativity and entrepreneurship, and helps to turn creative ideas into innovative products, services or processes.
Elisa Natola also provided participants with practical information and advices on how to build the proposals. Particularly she presented a set of direct benefits for Brazilian institutions participating in RISE projects, and the co-funding mechanisms available for Brazilian applicants.
Presenation #2, The RISE call, tutorial for applicants (with a focus on benefits and conditions for Brazilian applicants)
Charlotte Grawitz (EURAXESS Brazil) then presented the Euraxess Links Brazil platform and services, which offers numerous services to support Brazilian R&I players to participate in Marie Sk?odowska-Curie Actions.
Presentation #3, EURAXESS Links Brazil - Gateway to European Research
The webinar was ended by a Q&A session.
Recording of the webinar is now available. Check it online.
A dedicated factsheet will be available soon in the document repository of INCOBRA website.
For any additional information please contact INCOBRA Helpdesk
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