A collection of technical Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) considering the situation of Switzerland becoming a “industrialized third country" within Horizon 2020 is now available in an updated version.
This living document is provided by the Mission CH EU, EC, SwissCore, SNSF, SERI and Euresearch Head Office.
You can download the current version from the EURESEARCH website.
An updated overview on the implications of Switzerland's new status as 3rd country within Horizon 2020 for the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions is now available. Please refer to Euresearch to download the revised leaflet.
Excellent researchers who are currently unable to apply to the European Research Council for ERC Grants at Swiss research institutions will be able to apply for comparable grants at the SNSF in the context of transitional measures in 2014.
The Swiss substitutes will already be available for the two upcoming ERC call deadlines for 2014, namely 25 March for the Starting Grant proposals and 20 May for the Consolidator Grant proposals. The SNSF will also launch a call for Advanced Grant proposals in autumn 2014 if the negotiations with the EU are not concluded in time.
For more information please refer to a related Euresearch announcement and to the original SNSF note.
An overview on the implications of Switzerland's new status as 3rd country within Horizon 2020 for the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions has been provided by Euresearch. A leaflet sums up the main options for Swiss Institutions and Swiss Researchers who wish to take part in these actions.
The European Commission just published information on the Swiss Participation in Horizon 2020, explaining the status of Switzerland being a third country and its impact on the participation in research projects under Horizon 2020. You can download the documenthere.