ERIES research infrastructure network – how to apply for transnational access grants
Live talk by Gerard J. O’Reilly (IUSS Pavia, ERIES project Coordinator), on November 16th, 10-11 AM CET
Posted on by Vincenzo Picozzi
ERIES (Engineering Research Infrastructures for European Synergies), recently funded by the European Commission with a budget of €11.6M, provides transnational access (TA) to advanced research infrastructures. TA permits external user groups to advance frontier knowledge and conduct curiosity-driven research toward addressing the research goals of the ERIES project. TA covers the costs associated with the experimental facility, the construction of test specimens, and the travel expenses to attend the testing campaign. To this end, ERIES offers TA to the best European experimental facilities in each field, along with the provision of key facility in Canada. With 13 partners from 8 countries, ERIES builds an essential element toward reducing losses, managing risk, and overall a greener and more sustainable engineering future in Europe. This webinar gives an introduction and overview of the ERIES project in order to give ANIV-G members a clearer understanding on how they may write a proposal to apply for grants and get involved.
The talk will take place on Zoom platform on Wednesday, November 26th, 2022, 10-11 AM (CET).
If you are not an ANIV-G member, please register for free by sending us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Then, the link to join the webinar will be sent to you.