DR. HEINZ FASSMANN, Austrian Federal Minister of Education, Science and Research
DR. ULRIKE GUÉROT, Danube University Krems, Department for European Policy and the Study of Democracy
Panel Discussion on the overall principles and framework of future EU R&I policies and Horizon Europe
Category “Outreach of the MSCA Project”
Category “Meeting societal Challenges”
Four parallel workshops will look at different aspects of MSCA from a horizontal perspective, taking into account the entire environment of European and national R&I structures and funding.
Category “Bridging (career) paths”
In-Sight Conference day 2
End of Conference Day 1
Registration and Welcome Coffee
DR. GUILLAUME FUSAI, Inserm
Taking up the discussions of the first day and linking them to the following workshops on MSCA’s future Areas of Intervention
MSCA focus on excellent and open science and address any field of research and innovation from basic research up to market take-up and innovation services. MSCA furthermore contribute to the ERA in making it more effective, competitive and attractive. The areas of Intervention for the future beyond 2020 reflect on the need for MSCA of being flexible in responding to global challenges and referring to excellence and attractiveness for researchers at the same time.
Main Conclusions for MSCA in Horizon Europe
The European Charter for Researchers and a Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers – How to get institutions involved.
PROF. DAVID BOGLE, University College London
ANTOANETA ANGELOVA-KRASTEVA, Director, European Commission, DG Education, Culture, Youth and Sports
BARBARA WEITGRUBER, Director General, Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research
Managing Researchers’ Talents, Skills & Career Development