| Deadline for applications: 9 May 2016
In the framework of the Young Researchers Forum in Central Asia that will take place on 9 June 2016, in Bishkek/Kyrgyzstan, up to 5 young researchers from Central Asia will be selected by the organising committee of the forum to present their research in the fields of climate change, energy or health.
'Cooperation Perspectives with the European Union on Climate Change, Energy and Health in the context of Horizon 2020'
IncoNet CA will organise a forum for young researchers in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on 9 June 2016. Τhe forum will aim at creating a platform for exchange and broadening existing EU- CA collaborative channels, involving young researchers and new research organisations, enhancing the visibility of Horizon 2020 and opening a dialogue on concrete perspectives for research collaboration between the European and Central Asian research communities.
In order to intensify scientific collaboration between the European Union and Central Asia research communities and, in particular, build strong partnerships with the new research community in Central Asia in the areas of societal challenges climate change, energy and health, the forum will mainly target English-speaking young researchers (PhD obtained after 2000), holding a PhD degree, obtained preferably in EU.
The workshop’s objective is twofold:
Selected researchers will explain how their work could contribute to the topic. An open discussion will follow on how to intensify collaboration between EU and CA with emphasis on the presented topics.
Interested applicants that would like to make a presentation will be requested to fill in an application form including:
English-speaking young researchers (PhD obtained after 2000 or PhD candidates holding a proof of enrolment in a PhD programme), obtained preferably in EU, with expertise on climate change, or energy or health.
Justification of the relevance between the research activity and the topic of Horizon 2020.
Deadline to submit the application: 9 May 2016
Application (including Application Form and CV) to be send by email to:
Ms. Rahat Raimbekova / CAACD:
Useful Files for Applicants:
Agenda of the Forum:
Agenda in English | Agenda in Russian
Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020). It promises more breakthroughs, discoveries and world-firsts by taking great ideas from the lab to the market.
[PDF - 1.77 MB]
(an introduction especially for potential non-EU participants) (URL: https://increast.eu/_media/inco_h2020_for_international_audience.pdf)