University of Parma: Call for postdoctoral researchers interested in submitting proposals for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Postdoctoral Fellowship

Posted on February 22, 2023

GALA partner University of Parma, Italy, is looking for twenty postdoctoral researchers from all over the world to benefit from a 3-day workshop with experts in project writing and evaluation, support in project preparation, and a grant. Applications are open until March 24th
The call, “MSCA@UNIPR BOOTCAMP 2023”, is aimed at selecting 20 postdoctoral researchers from all over the world who wish to submit innovative research projects for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Postdoctoral Fellowship:
Selected researchers will have the exclusive opportunity to participate in a training workshop organized at the University of Parma, Italy, from June 5th to June 7th, 2023. Experts in project writing and evaluation will teach them how to write a MSCA-PF proposal and then provide support in the project preparation process.

Successful applicants will be eligible for a research grant or, alternatively, an expense reimbursement of up to 1,000 euro.

Applications can be submitted until March 24th at 12 p.m.

Postdoctoral researchers from anywhere in the world who meet the eligibility conditions of the MSCA-PF program are eligible to apply. During the opening period of the call, applicants must identify and contact a potential supervisor within the University of Parma through a dedicated database, committing to develop together a project proposal to be submitted in response of the call HORIZON-MSCA-2023-PF-01-01 by the deadline of September 13th, 2023. Applicants must also choose the University of Parma as the Host Organization when submitting the MSCA-PF proposal.

The call for applications, the database of available supervisors, the application form and the relative attachments along with all useful information can be found on this page: MSCA@UNIPR BOOTCAMP 2023 (The supervisors include Professor Gioia Angeletti who is one of GALA’s representatives at Parma, and has research interests in Romanticism, Scottish Literature, migration and transculturality, women’s studies, and ecocriticism.)