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EURAXESS Japan Tour 2017 @Keio :
Research Cooperation & Researcher Mobility to Europe through the Horizon2020 large scale projects & Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions, European Research Council Grants




EURAXESS Japan Tour 2017 will take place at Keio University. This seminar is on research cooperation with Europe and researcher mobility to Europe through Horizon2020 large scale projects and the well-known Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) programmes.

Event participation is free of charge to interested early career or senior researchers in any discipline and with affiliation to any Japanese research institution.

 Date and time: Monday 25 September, 13:00 - 17:00
                          (Closed session 16:00-17:00  Keio Univ. Staff Only)

 Venue: Keio University, Hiyoshi Campus, Raiosha, Large Conference Room
      (https://www.keio.ac.jp/en/maps/hiyoshi.html

 Language: Japanese (materials in English)

 Programme (tentative):

        13:00 Welcome address
                      Prof. Sasase, 
Deputy Director General, Headquarters for Research Coordination and
                      Administration, Keio University

        13:05 About the importance of international cooperation for your career and for your research projects
                      Dr. Py, EURAXESS Japan

        13:15 European programmes for individual researchers: MSCA ITN (PhD), MSCA IF (postdoc),
                  ERC (mid career PI)  [includes Q&A session]
                      Dr. Py, EURAXESS Japan

         14:15 Short break

         14:30 European programmes for collaborative projects, at the research team or whole institution scale:
                   MSCA RISE and Horizon 2020[includes Q&A session]
                      Mr. Yamada, Horizon 2020 National Contact Point for Japan
                      Dr. Kuczynski, Delegation of the EU to Japan 
         16:00 Closed session(Keio Univ. Staff Only)
         17:00 End

 Language: Japanese (materials (slides) in English)

 Participation: Free

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