As in previous years, EURAC is willing to host a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow starting from 2024, a great opportunity for postdoc researchers in the fields of federalism and regionalism, multilevel governance, environmental policy and law in multilevel systems, democratic innovations, and intergovernmental relations.
In this respect, we wonder if you would be interested, or if you could suggest any possible candidate for applying for this fellowship. We would highly appreciate if the research fellow had already a sound background in federal studies. Project proposals on environmental protection in multilayered systems, participatory democracy, local government, and fiscal federalism are particularly welcome.
To support the application, Eurac Research is organizing a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Week, taking place online from 15 to 19 May 2023. During this week, researchers develop their fellowship together with senior researchers at Eurac Research, they learn from current MSCA Fellows, and are trained by MSCA experts and evaluators on the dos-and-don’t of the MSCA fellowship proposal. After the MSC Week, the trainers accompany the researchers through the writing and fine-tuning of their fellowship proposals until the submission deadline.
To be eligible for MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship, a researcher must hold a PhD degree, have maximum 8 years of research experience, and comply with the “mobility rule” (as defined in the Work Programme). For a detailed overview of the eligibility conditions of the MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship grants, please consult our website and the Guide for Applicants.
The deadline for the application to participate in this training week is 27 March 2023. More information on the program, the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Week at Eurac Research and all requirements are on our website: https://www.eurac.edu/en/research-support/marie-sklodowska-curie-week.
Should you have any queries, please contact Petra Malfertheiner (Petra.Malfertheiner@eurac.edu).