European Research & Innovation Office
The European Research & Innovation Office (ERIO) works to keep University College London at the forefront of European collaboration in research & innovation. UCL is one of the leading participants in the European Union's €79 billion "Horizon 2020" funding programme.
Proposal Workshop: Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships
9th August 2017, 14:00 - 16:00, Chadwick
Building B05 LT
We are hosting a workshop focusing on writing proposals for the upcoming Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual fellowship call, in association with in association the UK's National Contact Point for the scheme (UKRO). This is an excellent call for researchers keen to develop their research career via mobility, featuring a bottom-up approach that allows researchers to focus on their own research interests and goals. Please email Giles Machell to register, or for information.
ERIO provides a range of professional services to the UCL community, particularly in relation to the €79 billion "Horizon 2020" European Framework Programme for Research & Innovation.
ERIO's Contract Management team is responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating research-related agreements for projects funded under Horizon 2020. These services are provided to UCL PIs who are partners in such projects.
ERIO offers a hands-on Horizon 2020 proposal consultancy service to the UCL research community and to external collaborators. Comprehensive support can be provided at all stages from proposal concept to final submission.
ERIO delivers a range of project management services to collaborative European research & innovation projects led by UCL researchers. Specialist support is offered to funded Horizon 2020 projects from the pre-contract phase up until project conclusion.
ERIO's European Contract Management team provides contractual and administrative support services to experienced overseas researchers visiting UCL as International Fellows under the EU's Marie Skłodowska-Curie mobility programme.
ERIO offers a range of innovation management services to collaborative Horizon 2020 projects led by UCL researchers. ERIO collaborates with partners' academic and technology transfer departments to coordinate and deliver projects' commercial and societal impacts.