H2020 ERC- Advanced (AdG) Workshop - ‘Writing a Successful ERC-AdG Proposal’

H2020 ERC-Advanced (AdG)  Workshop - ‘Writing a Successful ERC-AdG Proposal’
by Ms. Lotte Jaspers, ‘Yellow Research’
David Lopatie Conference Centre, Presidential Reception Room
Wednesday, 18 March, 2015


  • 08:45     Coffee and refreshments
  • 09:00     Opening
  • Part I     ERC Grants - short overview and evaluation procedure
  • Part II    B2 - Scientific Proposal
    Objectives, state-of-the-art, methodology, resources and approaches addressing novelty, originality, creativity and utility of the project will be discussed. In addition, we will address: 1) novel and groundbreaking aspects 2) the high gain and high risk balance and the link to feasibility 3) the envisioned impact on future research and possibilities of utility 4) methodology description 5) project plan and structure with intermediate goals and back-up plans and 6) how to match the evaluation criteria with the project template
  • 10:30    Coffee break
  • Part III    B1 – Extended Synopsis
    The extended synopsis is a 5 page summary of the Scientific Proposal with an emphasis on the ground breaking nature and feasibility of the proposal and how the outcomes of the research will impact further research
  • Part IV     B1 – Principal Investigator
    The key elements for the Curriculum Vitae including Funding ID, 10-year Track Record and assessment of career achievements
  • Wrap up   Questions and answers
  • 13:00         End of course

About the consultant: Lotte Jaspers, a partner at Yellow Research, a European consultancy company, has extensive experience in running EU workshops and in the pre-submission proposal review of EU projects and has served as an invited expert evaluator for the European Commission.

Registration: Researchers who wish to attend the workshop are requested to register by Friday, 13 March.