Becoming a European researcher in Heritage Science

Mobility can be the most enriching and important aspect of your research career, allowing you to build a network and, potentially, change your life. The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships could support you throughout this step of your research career. This European funding programme will allow you to make a strong contribution to the advancement of your research field, and help you develop new skills useful for your future research career. This programme is one of the European Union’s flagship initiatives, providing research grants to support researchers at all stages of their careers and across all disciplines.

If you are planning to apply to this programme within the field of Cultural Heritage, the Institute of Heritage Science (CNR ISPC) could be the ideal host institution for this stage of your career development. The mission of this interdisciplinary institute is to pursue scientific excellence and encourage innovation in the knowledge, conservation and use of cultural heritage through collaborative research involving humanities, experimental sciences and technological applications.

With over 180 researchers, technologists and technicians from various disciplines, along with a strong propensity for interdisciplinarity, ISPC is CNR’s hub for research, innovation, training and technological transfer of the tangible and intangible cultural heritage strategic area. It is open to collaboration in national and international networks of expertise and is engaged in creating a new pan-European research network thanks to IPERION HSa unique European research infrastructure for Heritage Science.
In addition, for the past few years, CNR ISPC researchers have also successfully acted as supervisors for many of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships projects.

This set of unique experiences, contacts and skills makes CNR ISPC the ideal habitat for innovative and interdisciplinary projects. Moreover, the CNR ISPC can claim a large community of researchers who have been awarded funding by European research programmes such as MSCA, ERC, FET.

In addition, the CNR ISPC boasts a support staff dedicated to Marie Curie candidates. The grant office, which is formed of administrative staff and researchers, will support researchers throughout the whole planning phase, helping them perfect their proposals and increasing their chances of seeing it funded.

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The call for the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships will open in Spring 2021.

To meet ISPC researchers and the support staff, don’t you miss  Infoday on the Marie Curie Individual Fellowships in May 2021.
More details on how you can register and take part in the event will soon be released.