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SECOND CALL KICK-OFF

Today 18 January 2023, we launch the second international call for proposals of WIT Programme with another 8 fellowships. Don´t miss the chance to take part! Follow us in twitter and linkedin for being informed.
 


 

RESOLUTION OF THE FIRST CALL

🧾 Here we are the provisional proposal of fellowships with the eight people ranked in the first positions and a reserve list with another seven candidates:  Link

Next 17 January will be the last day to accept your fellowship. In case we don´t get the acceptance document the reserve list of candidates will be active and we will contact the candidates ranked in it.

About Wit

Wit is a highly competitive, merit-based, International Fellowship Programme aimed at attracting 16 Early-Stage Researchers (ESR) to develop a 36 months stay in Navarra, in order to work on innovative projects in the fields of Health, Automotive-Mechatronics & Advanced Manufacturing and Energy, with the Artificial Intelligence applied as a cross-sectional area to each of the previous research lines. It is cofunded by the EU as part of the H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action Cofund.

The 16 contracts will be distribuited in two different calls.

 

 

 

 

CONDITIONS AND CRITERIA
 

  • Elegibility criteria: Early Stage Researchers from all nationalities can take part in WIT Programme if they follow some requirements.
  • WIT will support applications from researchers at risk. Those that are displaced by conflict, or whose situation makes it difficult to pursue their research careers will be supported, both during the application process and once on the Fellowship in Navarre.
  • Employment conditions: package for successful candidates.
  • Working conditions: WIT Programme is committed to offer the doctoral fellows the best facilities to run their researches, and the best environment and support for their activities.
  • Wit Programme´s Gender Equality Plan 

APPLICATIONS FOR THE SECOND CALL
 

  • Application process: the selection process will be carried out via online through Wit website and will start with the announcement of the call on 18 January 2023, and will be open for two months.
  • Evaluation criteria: The selection process is designed to be open, transparent and merit-based. The evaluation criteria will follow the methodology established for Horizon 2020 and ERC projects.

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