European Union Calls for Proposals
Participation in an EU initiative is a career-booster for any researcher, offering funding, travel and access to an international network of centers of excellence.
If you’re a researcher, post-doc or doctoral candidate at Université PSL, PSL’s EU Affairs office can assist you in putting together an EU proposal, including either targeted or comprehensive support until your proposal is submitted. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Participation in an EU initiative can be a true career-booster, offering funding, travel and access to an international network of centers of excellence.
PSL’s EU Affairs office helps PSL researchers by spreading the word about EU opportunities, organizing help sessions for both researchers (on putting together ERC grant applications, finding opportunities in the humanities and social sciences, submitting competitive proposals, etc.) and EU managers and administrative personnel at member institutions (on secure management of funding obtained).
For researchers preparing a proposal for Horizon 2020, Erasmus+, Creative Europe, the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) or a similar EU initiative, PSL’s EU Affairs office offers two types of assistance to supplement the services available from each institution:
- Targeted support to help you discover opportunities within the European Union, find the call for proposals that’s right for you, locate partners, have your draft proposal reviewed (project clinic, editorial service) and more.
- Comprehensive support, from finding a call for proposals to submitting your proposal, thanks to a call for European Union project pre-proposals!
The PSL Helpdesk is available to researchers as well as EU Affairs, HR and Finance Managers at PSL’s member institutions, to help them stay on top of European Union initiatives.
Offering technical, administrative, legal and financial support, the PSL Helpdesk hosts the necessary expertise to:
- Provide concrete answers for any questions you may have,
- Assist you in preparing your proposal, thanks to expert support and resources adapted to each institution and its specific needs.
Contact us! 01 85 76 08 79
Dr. Fethi BEDIOUI - Directeur des Relations Internationales - email@example.com
Collège de France
Keltoum Harouat, Research & Technology Transfer Adviser, Technology Transfer Office - firstname.lastname@example.org - 01 44 27 13 13
Anne Dumas, Research & Technology Transfer Adviser, Technology Transfer Office - email@example.com - 01 44 27 11 79
Paris B Office - Anna Sargsyan-Delaval, EU Affairs Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org - 01 42 34 95 13
Jérôme Malois, Manager, Research Contracts, Partnerships and Technology Transfer - email@example.com - 01 49 54 25 41
Damien Vogel, Manager, Contracts & Partnerships Office - firstname.lastname@example.org - 01 44 32 29 23
Marie Tharat, Manager, EPHE Research Project Development Support - email@example.com - 01 53 63 61 70
Rositsa Yancheva, Manager, EU Affairs - firstname.lastname@example.org - 01 40 79 45 05
David Itier, Coordinator, EU Affairs - email@example.com
Sophie COUSIN - Chargée de projets européens (Armines) - firstname.lastname@example.org - 01 40 51 93 77
Mathieu REBOUL - Chargé de projets européens (Armines) - email@example.com - 01 40 51 94 78
Observatoire de Paris
Aurélie Kasprzak, Manager, Contracts, Partnerships and Intellectual Property Office - firstname.lastname@example.org - 01 40 51 21 04
Mélanie Pellen, EU affairs - email@example.com