MSCA-IF awardees in 2019 and academics networking

senthosa_123
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Re: MSCA-IF awardees in 2019 and academics networking

Post by senthosa_123 » Wed Jun 10, 2020 7:43 am

Hi,

Congratulations to all successful candidates!

I like to re-apply this year for MSCA-IF-2020 call.

It would be great if any successful candidate wold share their proposal for a reference to me.

My email id is jack247029@gmail.com.

rangeomorph
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Re: MSCA-IF awardees in 2019 and academics networking

Post by rangeomorph » Fri Jul 03, 2020 3:08 pm

I was first on the reserve list for ENV and received the invitation to grant preparation today. Just letting those who, like me, were eager for any news about the reserve list know.

Robrad30
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Re: MSCA-IF awardees in 2019 and academics networking

Post by Robrad30 » Fri Jul 03, 2020 8:25 pm

Congrats!
rangeomorph wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 3:08 pm
I was first on the reserve list for ENV and received the invitation to grant preparation today. Just letting those who, like me, were eager for any news about the reserve list know.

Purescience
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Re: MSCA-IF awardees in 2019 and academics networking

Post by Purescience » Sun Jul 12, 2020 2:31 pm

Are there anyone to go USA for global fellowship. What about the visa issue. Embassy offices was closed to visa interview due to corona. What are you think about it.

Pingpong
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Re: MSCA-IF awardees in 2019 and academics networking

Post by Pingpong » Thu Nov 19, 2020 4:40 pm

Hi
Just wondering were there others who got called up from the reserve list recently?
We had a candidate third or fourth on the reserve list who got the offer yesterday.

CountZ
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Re: MSCA-IF awardees in 2019 and academics networking

Post by CountZ » Thu Nov 19, 2020 5:17 pm

I would imagine that more people would have been called from the reserve list this year by virtue of COVID-19 - there are so many ways in which this can change personal and professional situations that would make the funding irrelevant to people's plans, as well as ways in which travel (and fieldwork) restrictions can make the fellowship unattractive.

On the flip side, maybe that's counter-balanced by the need for some certainty offered by the fellowship (for example, as reflected by the record number of applications for the 2020 call).

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