The workshop will take place in Amsterdam but can also be given as an in-house course at your institution.
Marie Curie IAPP projects are interesting for noncommercial research organizations and commercial enterprises alike. Once basic requirements are met, the success rate is considerable.
Based on the experiences of the previous evaluation of IAPP-proposals in FP7, this workshop will provide you with information and arguments to find project partners, and with valuable input for writing a competitive IAPP proposal.
We will provide you with solid background information about the objectives, the policy context and the basic principles of the IAPP-programme.
We will train you in writing a successful proposal. We will focus on the evaluation criteria applicable to IAPP-proposals:
- Science and Technology quality
- Transfer of Knowledge
We will aim to increase your understanding of these evaluation criteria by explaining the expectations of the European Commission and by giving examples of best practice.
Participants will obtain general and latest information about the People programme, in particular about the IAPP scheme. Participants will receive strategic and practical input for forming strong consortia and for writing competitive IAPP-proposals.
Who should attend
This workshop will be of value for researchers and EU Liaison Officers, experienced and non-experienced.
The seminar will be in English, with no translation. Participants will be provided with solid background information. Hands-on experience will be facilitated by a number of interactive exercises. Moments of discussions are included in the programme to promote exchange of views between participants and trainers.
9.15 – 9.30 Registration and Coffee
9.30 Introduction People Programme and IAPP
Aims and objectives FP7: making sure your deliverables fit the EU challenges for IAPP projects. Eligibility criteria and evaluation criteria.
11.00 Coffee & tea Break
A strategy for writing a competitive IAPP proposal
B.3. Transfer of Knowledge (ToK) (evaluation criterion 2), with group work analysis
B.4. Implementation (evaluation criterion 3), with group work analysis
15.00 Coffee & tea Break
B.5. Impact (evaluation criterion 4)
16.00 Feedback on the day and end of course day
Lotte Jaspers from Yellow Research has been advisor to the Dutch government with regard to the Rules for Participation for FP5 up to FP7 as well as the Dutch University Association (VSNU). She was a representative in the FP7 Model Grant Agreement Consultation Group on behalf of the Netherlands. Lotte has extensive experience in the legal and financial aspects of FP7 Grant Agreements.
Alie Kwint from Kwintessence has extensive knowledge about the Marie Curie actions, in particular about ITN-projects. She worked for over 6 years as National Contact Point for the Marie Curie Programme; she was expert to the Programme Committee and was invited as Independent Observer during the ITN-evaluations in 2007 and 2008. Since 2007, she works as a free lance Marie Curie consultant.
Date, time, location
Date(s): not scheduled, available as in-house event
Time: 9:15 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Yellow Research, Herengracht 495, 1017 BT, Amsterdam
The course fee is 625,00 euro fully inclusive of coffee & tea, lunch and course material as well as up to a maximum of 2.5 hours project review.
Course fee for an in house course at your institution is 4.000,00 euro per day for one or two trainers, excluding travel, hotel and subsistence costs, including up to 7.5 hours of project review. We expect you to take care of the Xeroxing of the course materials, the lecture room, projector and catering.
Click on the blue button ‘Book this course’ on the top of this page to book online or to download the booking form. For questions about this course, please contact Sarah Jones at jones[at]yellowresearch[dot]nl.
1. Project review
The course fee includes 2.5 hours of project review per participant as follow up of this specific course and cannot be exchanged for other review services. One of the trainers will provide you with input to improve (parts of) your proposal. This service will be offered until 14 calendar days before the call deadline.
2. Project writing assistance
It should be noted that the 2,5 hours of project review allow us to give general comments to your proposal. If you wish a more in-depth analysis of your proposal or assistance in writing or re-writing (parts of) your proposal, we offer project writing assistance. Please contact us for more information.