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The scientific journal GRANT journal offers space for presentation of results of the primary and applied research supported by public grants and subsidies. Texts by both domestic and foreign authors in Czech, Slovak, Polish, and English languages are accepted. The journal publishes all specialized texts and studies in which the authors specify code designations and titles of the grants that helped publish the articles and relevant results.

The GRANT journal opens space for publishing results of studies and projects supported by public grants and subsidies. Texts respecting classification of branches CEP & CEZ & RIV are accepted to be published. The journal has a character of a reviewed magazine. The journal is issued in compliance with Act no. 121/2000 Coll., on Copyright, on Rights Connected with Copyright (the Act on Copyright).

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Fellowship to visit ERC Grantee – Support of ERC Grant Applicants

Brief Summary

European Research Council (ERC) published an announcement of the new initiative "Fellowship to visit ERC Grantee" on the ERC website on 19. 1. 2016. At the beginning of 2016, ERC stated in its report that certain countries of the European Union have considerably lower representation of scientists in ERC calls, which among others leads to an unused research potential. ERC therefore appealed to responsible national agencies to set up programmes of national fellowships to visit ERC projects. These programmes would enable future ERC applicants to visit current ERC principle investigators and their teams. According to ERC such programmes should help chosen candidates to improve the quality of their research profile and also widen their perspective of a competitive environment of international research. Finally it should help the future applicants with activities leading to a successful application for ERC grants.

The ERC announcement includes recommended guidelines to national agencies for national fellowships programmes to fund short-term visits of potential ERC applicant to current ERC grantees´ teams.

The Czech Science Foundation (GACR) strongly welcomed this initiative and immediately after the ERC announcement started with preparation works and negotiations necessary for a successful launch of the new scheme.

GACR is delighted that after the Czech government´s approval and notification to the ERC the new group of project grants “Support of ERC Grant Applicants” is launched.

‘Support of ERC Grant Applicants’ – in brief‘

The support can be provided only to applicants who meet the eligibility criteria of the § 18 of the Act No 130/2002 on Support of Research and Development.

It is expected that the support will be provided in the period of 2016 – 2022. In order to fulfil the intent and goal of these projects, the duration of projects is set to 3 - 6 months. The call will be announced for the first time in 2016 with the first financial support provided also in 2016. Furthermore the GACR expects the call to be open continuously in the period of 2016-2022.

Every applicant will be obliged to find a suitable ERC grantee, who will act as a mentor on the project. The project will be realised at a foreign institution, where the ERC grant is carried out. A written declaration of foreign institution agreeing on the acceptance of the “Support of ERC Grant Applicants“ proposer is a compulsory part of the application.

The proposer of the “Support of ERC grant applicants“ project has to be a principal investigator of a running GACR Junior project or a principal investigator of a finalized GACR Junior project, which received an evaluation “Excellent” or “Fulfilled”. One person can be a principal investigator of a “Support of ERC Grant Applicants“ project only once. The principal investigator of the “Support of ERC Ggrant Applicants“ project is obliged to submit an application for the ERC grant (StG, CoG, AdG) with a host institution in the Czech Republic in one of the ERC calls announced after the “Support of ERC Grant Applicants“ project is finalized. The application for the ERC grant must be submitted no later than 700 days after the “Support of ERC Grant Applicants“ project is finalized.

Support will be provided for the eligible costs of the project as defined in accordance with § 2 article 2 point m) of the Act No 130/2002 and of the Commission Regulation. Allowable costs are reasoned and accounting justifiable costs. Eligible costs for the “Support of ERC grant applicants“ grants are costs in accordance with §172 of the Act No 262/2006 and §3 of the Act No 62/1994 in line with §181 of the Act No 262/2006.

For the ERC visiting grants, the three member expert committees will be formed on an individual basis, separately for each of the received applications. The committees will be working remotely via email, hence their members will not be overloaded by their participation in the evaluation process. The committees will not have to evaluate the applicant’s track record and research in great depth since this has already been done during the international and panel-based review of the respective Junior grant. The role of the committee will be straightforward, focusing primarily on the outline of the intended ERC grant application.

The role of the hosting ERC grantee is then twofold: Firstly, he/she will be expected to express the agreement with hosting the young scientist who will be bringing his own funding to cover the stay. Secondly, since the hosting ERC grantee is expected to help the visiting young scientist with the preparation of his/her own ERC application, it is important for GACR to know whether the hosting ERC grantee finds the outline plausible and promising. GACR will be expecting only a brief (a few sentences to a paragraph) assessment of the outline.

Please be advised that this information is primarily aimed at potential mentors of the scheme “Fellowship to visit ERC Grantee – Support of ERC Grant Applicants”. More details can be found in the attachment below.

The New Issue of GRANT journal

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The National Technical Library in Prague allocated an international standard serial number to the GRANT Journal:

  • ISSN 1805-062X (CD verze) 
  • ISSN 1805-0638 (online)

New Issue

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