Writing an ITN proposal

What to consider before you start

  Getting started

   Tips for writing Marie Curie proposals

  FAQs


CERN procedures, templates and examples

  CERN Formal Procedures

  Templates and examples


Help from the MCSG

Submitting an EU Proposal 
by Pablo Garcia Tello

Building and writing a competitive Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN proposal 
by Pablo Garcia Tello

How to write an "Impact" section in H2020 proposals
by Pablo Garcia Tello

Module 0: What is a proposal

Module 1: Understanding and Initiating your proposal

Module 2: Writing Tips

Module 3: Documenting yourself

Module 4: Evaluators Game

Module 1: General Understanding of the programme

Module 2: Evaluation Criteria and Process

Module 3: Building a project

Module 4: Writing a project Proposal (1)

Module 5: Writing a project Proposal (2)

Module 6: Evaluation Game

Module 1: Thinking about Impact

Module 2: From the big picture to your project

Module 3: Tips on proposal sections

Module 4: Final messages

Module 5: Practical Exercise


Help from other CERN groups
Human resources (ITN management, recruitment) Cécile Granier
Finance and audit  Florence Olivia Pesce
Learning and development (Training advice, organising courses and events) Erwin Mosselmans
Knowledge Transfer (Industrial contacts, IPR, communication) Giovanni Anelli , Anais Rassat
Diversity Geneviève Guinot
Legal (Consortium Agreement) Matthias Wuhler

Useful Information on writing an ITN proposal
 Summary of weak points of CERN proposals, identified by evaluators

  Outreach Events Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellows can participate in

  CERN Formal Training Programmes

  Generic CERN Capacity Table

  Communicating EU research and innovation guidance for project participantsversion 1.0, 25 September 2014

  Prescreening ITN "Checklist", Proposals: "Tips & Tricks", Net4Mobility

 

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