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ERC Starting Grant information webinar

Welcome to an information webinar about the call for ERC Starting Grant (ERC-2024-StG). Invited researchers will present their experiences from writing an application and we will also learn about the evaluation process. The expert and StG call coordinator from the European Research Council Executive Agency will also present. The meeting is aimed at researchers and administrative staff at Swedish universities who work with research support for the ERC.


24 May 2023




Digital via Zoom


Times below are in CET (Central European Time)

13.00–13.05 Logging in to the digital meeting room

13.05–13.10 Anethe Mansén, NCP ERC Introduction

13.10–14.00 Jhansi Kota, Call Coordinator Starting Grants, ERCEA

14.00–14.20 Mika Sipponen, Stockholm University, ERC Grantee of the call ERC-2022-StG (PE)

14.20–14.30 Break

14.30–14.50 Alison Gerber, Lund University, ERC Grantee of the call ERC-2020-StG (SH)

14.50–15.10 André Nyberg, Umeå University, ERC Grantee of the call ERC-2022-StG (LS)

15.10–15.20 Break

15.20–16.00 Panel discussion, Q&A with ERC StG panel reviewers

  • Jonas Bergquist, Uppsala University, StG Panel (PE) reviewer, 2022
  • Zaal Kokaia, Lund University, StG Panel (LS) reviewer, 2022
  • Per Johansson, Uppsala University, StG Panel (SH) reviewer, 2022

Moderated by John Phillips, Lund University research service



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