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Bandi per Attività di Ricerca

Avviso di selezione pubblica, per titoli scientifici, per il conferimento di n. 1 borsa di studio per attività di ricerca della durata di 12 mesi, nel settore scientifico disciplinare BIO/07 - Ecologia, da usufruirsi presso il Dipartimento di Scienze Biomolecolari (DISB), finalizzata allo svolgimento dell’attività di ricerca dal titolo “Agri-Smart: Sostenere lo sviluppo resiliente ed inclusivo dei distretti di Lugela, Derre, Namarroi e Gilé in Zambezia-Mozambico”, per un importo omnicomprensivo di € 17.400,00 (diciassettemilaquattrocento/00 euro).

Placement - Opportunità e bandi

CERCASI FARMACISTI IN GERMANIA

  • NON è richiesta la conoscenza della lingua tedesca per partecipare alla sessione di reclutamento, ma la disponibilità ad apprenderla.
  • Inviare il CV entro il 25 gennaio 2020 
  • Le selezioni si svolgeranno il 28 gennaio 2020 a Civitanova Marche (MC) in collaborazione con l’Ufficio di Collocamento tedesco (ZAV).
  • I candidati prescelti saranno assunti in varie farmacie in diverse regioni della Germania.
  • Requisiti: laurea e abilitazione in Italia
Personale Tecnico - Amministrativo

Selezione pubblica, per titoli ed esami, finalizzata all’assunzione con contratto di lavoro subordinato a tempo determinato e pieno, per la durata di anni tre, di n. 1 unità di personale tecnico-amministrativo di categoria C - posizione economica C1 - area amministrativa presso il Plesso Economico Umanistico (DISTUM – DESP) dell’Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo, prioritariamente riservata alle categorie di personale di cui agli artt. 1014 e 678 del d.lgs. n. 66/2010.

Personale Tecnico - Amministrativo

Selezione pubblica, per esami, finalizzata all’assunzione con contratto di lavoro subordinato a tempo indeterminato e pieno di n. 4 unità di personale tecnico-amministrativo di categoria C - posizione economica C1 - area amministrativa – profilo contabile-contrattualistico, di cui n. 2 unità riservate agli appartenenti alle categorie dei disabili di cui all’art. 1 della Legge n. 68/99, iscritti alle liste di collocamento obbligatorio di cui all’art. 8 della predetta Legge, per le esigenze degli Uffici/Plessi dell’Amministrazione Centrale dell’Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo.

 

Incarichi di Insegnamento (DISB)

DECRETO N.2 DEL DIRETTORE DEL DISB RELATIVO PROCEDURA DI VALUTAZIONE COMPARATIVA PER IL CONFERIMENTO DI INCARICHI DI INSEGNAMENTO UFFICIALI PER L’ANNO ACCADEMICO 2019/2020 PRESSO I CORSI DI STUDIO DELLA SCUOLA DI SCIENZE MOTORIE AFFERENTE AL DIPARTIMENTO DI SCIENZE BIOMOLECOLARI (DISB)

Collaborazioni (DESP)

Avviso di selezione per il conferimento di n.1 incarico di collaborazione di natura autonoma indetta dal Dipartimento di Economia, Società, Politica (DESP) dell’Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo – Decreto del Direttore del Dipartimento di Economia, Società, Politica (DESP) n. 2/2020 del 13 gennaio 2020 (Percorso online L-36)

Incarichi di Insegnamento (DiSPeA)

DECRETO N.2 DEL 14 GENNAIO 2020 DEL DIRETTORE DISPEA RELATIVO ALLA PROCEDURA DI VALUTAZIONE COMPARATIVA PER IL CONFERIMENTO DI INCARICHI DI INSEGNAMENTO UFFICIALI PER L’ANNO ACCADEMICO 2019/2020 PRESSO I CORSI DI STUDIO DELLA SCUOLA DI SCIENZE GEOLOGICHE E AMBIENTALI AFFERENTE AL DIPARTIMENTO DI SCIENZE PURE E APPLICATE (DISPEA)

Incarichi di Insegnamento (DESP)

Decreto n.3 del Direttore del Dipartimento di Economia, Società, Politica (DESP) - Indizione procedura di valutazione comparativa per il conferimento di n. 2 incarichi di insegnamento ufficiali nell'ambito dei Cordi di studio afferenti al medesimo Dipartimento - Scuole di Economia e di Scienze Politiche e Sociali A.A. 2019/2020

Finanziamento della Ricerca

Consumer engagement and demand response

The proposals will develop and test novel solutions and tools for demand response and energy services, using real consumption data and feedback from the testing of services with the objective to improve predictability of consumption and consumer behaviour (aiming to create a digital twin of the consumer). The main focus will be on households, but other types of consumers (residential, industrial, commercial and tertiary, including prosumers who are self-consuming part of the energy they produce) may be included. Proposals will demonstrate services that bring a fair share of benefits to consumers and to the energy system, in particular the electricity grid. The proposals should take into account the existing EU framework and the proposed measures under the Clean Energy for all Europeans Package, including the relevant measures on demand response, active customers, energy communities and dynamic price contracts.

Proposals can target one or multiple types of loads (e.g. appliances, electric vehicles, power to heat / cool, etc.) as well as (small-scale) production (e.g. PV), include energy storage and one or several methods of aggregation (e.g. citizen energy communities). Preferably they should rely on advanced automation, advanced ICT tools and approaches (e.g. IoT, Big Data, AI, blockchain, etc.), communication protocols and interoperability.

Avvisi di Asta Pubblica

AVVISO D'ASTA PUBBLICA PER LA CESSIONE/LICENZA DI INVENZIONI

Finanziamento della Ricerca

ERA-NET on materials, supporting the circular economy and Sustainable Development Goals

The proposed ERA-NET aims at coordinating the research efforts of the participating Member States, Associated States and Regions in the field of materials, continuing the activities started by M-ERA.NET, for materials research and innovation, especially targeting the circular economy and Sustainable Development Goals (such as Goal 7 – “Affordable and clean energy”, by enabling electromobility through sustainable energy storage technology or Goal 9 “Industrial innovation and infrastructure”, by enhancing scientific research and upgrading the technological capabilities of industrial sectors). Proposals should pool the necessary financial resources from participating national or regional research programmes by implementing a joint transnational call for proposals (resulting mainly in grants to third parties) with EU co-funding to fund multinational innovative research initiatives in this domain, including support to the large scale research initiative on future battery technologies launched under the H2020-LC-BAT-2019-2020 Call.

Finanziamento della Ricerca

Materials life cycle sustainability analysis

The main purpose of the Circular Economy (CE) is to develop material/product business models that are economically and environmental sustainable, with actions supporting each stage of the value chain (from production to consumption, from design to recycling and upcycling of waste-materials) while promoting industrial and social innovation. In line with this, the challenge is to evaluate product improvement, taking into consideration, all relevant subsystem interactions (environmental, economic and social) and all the life cycle stages of the product. However, although environmental indicators and methodologies for product level assessment are well advanced and harmonised (LCA-PEF) this is not yet the case as regards the social and economic pillars of sustainability assessment. Life cycle sustainability analysis (LCSA) is needed, integrating social and economic benefits with environmental burdens, which fit these causal interrelations into an holistic approach understandable to different stakeholders.

Finanziamento della Ricerca

Raw materials policy support actions for the circular economy - Expert network on Critical Raw Materials

All actions should contribute to improving EU official statistics and to building the EU knowledge base of primary and secondary raw materials (EC Raw Materials Information System – RMIS). Clustering and cooperation with other selected projects under this cross-cutting call and other relevant projects supporting the EIP on Raw Materials is strongly encouraged. Actions should strengthen an EU expert network and community covering all raw materials screened in the CRM assessment of 2017, and once available also the raw materials of 2020 assessment. The consortium should organise the expert community across the EU covering expertise on primary and secondary resources; production, including exploration, mining, processing, recycling and refining; substitution of CRM; raw materials markets; future demand and supply; materials flows; socio-economic analysis, and strategic value chains and end-use sectors, including batteries, e-mobility, renewable energy, electronics, defence and aerospace.

Finanziamento della Ricerca

Preserving fresh water: recycling industrial waters industry

Proposals should aim at near-zero discharge using closed-loop systems in combination with recovery of energy and/or substances (resources) through the development of integrated water-smart strategies for industrial processes. Strategies should take into account:

  • Better characterising the water usage and production in the industrial processes;
  • Defining recycling options with a combined water, waste and energy approach in an integrative system design method considering investment and optimal operations;
  • Future production demand through design, control options, and technologies integration that reduce water consumption, recycle water, and reduce the use of fresh water resources in closed-loop industrial processes including cascading use of different kinds of water in industrial settlements or for compatible re-use in urban and rural areas.
Finanziamento della Ricerca

Tapping into the potential of Industrial Symbiosis

Technology based innovations should prove the potential for novel symbiotic value chains in demonstrators involving multiple industrial sectors in real industrial settings. Proposals are expected to address e.g.:

  • Broader symbiosis, from local and regional perspectives, with infrastructures (e.g. waste and water management infrastructure, gas networks), communities and energy grids (e.g. smart operations scheduling, district heat integration), including distributed generation and the role that symbiosis can play in fluctuating energy grids (i.e. grid services, seasonal storage, biomass or heat pumps integration);
  • Management of side/waste streams (through e.g. capturing, purification, concentrating, sorting, collecting, exchanging or preparation) specifically for the use as resource for other plants and companies across sectors and/or across value chains;
  • Process (re-)design and implementation to integrate and adapt existing processes to enhance industrial symbiosis (energy and material flow coupling, infrastructure and logistics).
  • Integration of information technology, including artificial intelligence, and operational technology; appropriate ICT tools (e.g. aggregation technologies) for multi-criteria decision making, for the design and the operation management of exchange streams in a dynamic production environment, advanced modelling to design and establish novel symbiotic interactions; data sharing and preservation of data confidentiality;
  • Assessment methodologies and KPIs to measure the performance of symbiosis, including environmental, economic and social impacts. Life cycle assessment and life cycle cost analysis should take into account existing sustainability standards (e.g. ISO 10410) and existing best practices;
Finanziamento della Ricerca

Pilot lines for large-part high-precision manufacturing (IA 50%)

The proposals should deliver reliable high-precision processes to manufacture and repair innovative large-scale parts, such as wind turbine blades, large vehicles (aerospace, road or rail), ships or ship segments, construction components, large industrial components, etc. Proposals should cover at least three of the following areas and demonstrate them in a relevant industrial environment:

  • Upgrading manufacturing equipment using several innovative steps for high precision manufacturing, in order to obtain an integrated and modular process;
  • Implement design, modelling and simulation tools to support the selection of processing parameters;
  • Introduce new methods and instruments for process characterisation and in-line process control of the large-scale parts, to guarantee the quality of the final outcomes including high precision (e.g. non-destructive testing);
  • Develop work-holding devices to reduce the repositioning of all components, as well as new methods for equipment calibration and in-process fast recalibration.
Finanziamento della Ricerca

Quality control in smart manufacturing (IA)

To address the challenge of data reliability, the sensors, actuators and instruments used at various levels of integration in the manufacturing process – often operating under adverse physical conditions – need to provide adequate levels of data accuracy and precision. Measurement traceability should ensure optimal manufacturing quality. Furthermore, suitable modelling and simulation approaches and data fusion techniques are needed to interpret and use sensor/actuator data in a factory. Proposals should therefore address at least three of the following aspects:

  • Integrate intelligent, cognitive, adaptive and cost-effective instruments and systems of sensors/actuators for process monitoring and control (e.g. virtual sensors and digital twins) into existing production or pilot lines;
  • Showcase real-time data validation within an actual production line, and incorporate data integrity strategies based on, e.g., distributed ledger (blockchain) technology.
  • Demonstrate how distributed, time stamped and persistent solutions for automated collection, storage, analysis and use of production data can lead to an integrated approach to zero-defect manufacturing;
  • Develop strategies for rapid line qualification and reconfiguration based on large pre-existing data sets and related open protocols.
Finanziamento della Ricerca

Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Technologies for Process Industries (CSA)

The Coordination and Support Action should identify, based on a mapping of digital technologies in process industries and their level of penetration, which specific AI- and big data technologies are most relevant, and what are, or could be, the most relevant application cases and/or pilots in process industry. A roadmap should be developed for all the different sectors in the process industries to take full advantage of AI and big data and give clear and pragmatic recommendations for researchers, managers, and operators planning to harness their potential. The roadmap should explore, inter alia, actions on:

  • Research and innovation management, planning, and design (e.g. new chemical synthesis strategies, health and safety assessments);
  • Process control: yield and accuracy enhancement;
  • Supply chain management and scheduling of connected processes, plants and/or sites (e.g. for industrial symbiosis), process flexibility;
  • Predictive maintenance;
  • Product customisation and product traceability.
Finanziamento della Ricerca

Industrialisation of building envelope kits for the renovation market (IA)

Proposals should:

  • Develop plug & build smart components and modules, including insulation materials, heating and cooling elements, ventilation, smart windows and possibly energy production, harvesting and storage with the specific connecting and controlling parts and with options to integrate a large panel of different elements with their dedicated toolbox;
  • Develop decision support tools for the selection of the refurbishment solution based on LCA (Life Cycle Assessment)/LCC (Life Cycle Cost Assessments), addressing global environmental impact, cost for energy use and improvements to Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ), comfort and health. The support tool should consider embodied energy, use of resources, material losses, moisture performance, maintenance costs, possible disassembly and consequent recyclability (including the use of Construction Demolition Waste - CDW). Decision support should be multi-objective and the solutions should be configured to the needs and requirements of the end user;
  • Include adaptable Building Management Systems (BMS) easy to use, providing assistance for eventual step-by-step renovation and long term maintenance of the assets;
  • Develop case modelling applications, analysis prior to installations, guide for installers and support for decommissioning, with adequate assistance/tutorials for users and building managers.
  • Develop the first elements of a solid plan for industrial uptake at a large scale, meeting eco-construction and eco-production standards (minimising waste, energy and water consumption);
  • Include the whole envelope of two to three real scale residential buildings in different climate zones, retrofitted together with at least three virtual installations in total of the plug & play elements in other existing buildings to support the proof of concept, showing clear evidence of technical and financial viability.
Finanziamento della Ricerca

Novel high performance materials and components (RIA)

Proposals should develop and test high performance materials and combined components to withstand extreme and varying conditions that are expected in future processes, and improve their target performance for a long time. The proposals need to consider the following aspects:

  • Design, including through modelling and artificial intelligence, development, processing and testing of highly innovative materials with improved properties in terms of, e.g., temperature and humidity resistance (corrosion, oxidation, thermal insulation), strength, functionality, weight, etc. and components with graded and protective coatings, yield strength, hardness, and resistance to media relevant for specific industrial application;
  • Components embedded with sensors to minimise industrial processing conditions constraints;
  • Significant increase in lifetime of equipment by reducing damage and degradation such as wear and oxidation in high temperature demanding applications of productive processes;
  • Reduction of environmental impacts in terms of waste management and energy and resource consumption.
Finanziamento della Ricerca

Citizens and industrial technologies (CSA)

Previous work on societal engagement has focused on specific technologies, notably nanotechnology, and their potential benefits and risks. The human dimension has also been considered, notably in manufacturing technologies. The proposal should build on this work, to engage with wider society in the broader context of key enabling technologies, in order to develop those technologies in ways that intrinsically reflect societal values and needs. The proposal should launch a participatory multi-actor engagement process, including workshops, deliberations and working groups, using primarily existing practical models of engagement. The proposal should consider selected applications addressing global challenges, e.g. health, climate and the circular economy, as well as the changing nature of work.

This multi-actor engagement process should include appropriate disciplines of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH), researchers, industry, manufacturers, professional users and citizens, paying attention to the roles of citizens as workers and consumers. The proposed action should take into account the diversity of cultural contexts of processes and communication within Europe, and start with an evaluation of previous related projects and societal debates on emerging technologies. It should use dynamic public engagement concepts designed specifically for co-creation. . The activities should take into account gender, social and cultural aspects, as well as existing knowledge on Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI).

Finanziamento della Ricerca

Erasmus+ Capacity Building in the Field of Youth

Capacity-building projects in the field of youth cover a range of activities that encourage cooperation between organisations active in youth, education, training and other socio-economic sectors in Programme and Partner Countries from different regions of the world. These projects aim to recognize and improve youth work, non-formal learning and volunteering and link them to education systems and the labour market. They also support regional and transnational non-formal learning mobility schemes to encourage the participation of youth in society. Examples of capacity-building activities:

  • Conferences, workshops and meetings
  • Large-scale youth events
  • Information and awareness campaigns
  • Communication and media tools
  • Development of methods, curricula, training and documentation such as Youthpass
  • Open and flexible learning materials, virtual cooperation, open educational resources (OER)
Finanziamento della Ricerca

Erasmus+ Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education

Capacity-building projects in the field of higher education support the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of higher education in Partner Countries. These projects build on the success of the Alfa, Edu-link and Tempus programmes. The projects aim to encourage cooperation between the EU and Partner Countries and support eligible Partner Countries in addressing challenges in the management and governance of their higher education institutions. This includes improving the quality of higher education, developing new and innovative education programmes, modernising higher education systems through reform policies as well as fostering cooperation across different regions of the world through joint initiatives.

There are 2 types of capacity-building projects:

  • Joint projects: aimed at organisations to help improve curriculums, governance, and the strengthening of relations between higher education systems.
  • Structural projects: aimed at promoting reforms in higher education systems, modernising policies, governance and strengthening relations between higher education systems and the wider economic and social environment.

Capacity-building projects can be:

  • National projects involving institutions from only one eligible Partner Country
  • Multi-country projects within one single region, involving at least two countries from this region
  • Multi-country projects involving more than one region and involving at least one country from each region concerned
Finanziamento della Ricerca

ASSEMBLE Plus Call

ASSEMBLE Plus will provide scientists from academia, industry and policy with a quality-assured programme of access to its marine biological station facilities and resources.  These stations offer a wide variety of services, including access to marine ecosystems, unique marine biological resources, state-of-the-art experimental and analytical facilities with integrated workflows, and historical observation data. The goal of the project is to stimulate fundamental and applied research excellence in Europe in the fields of marine biology and ecology, thereby improving the knowledge- and technology-base for the European bio-economy, policy shaping and education.

Transnational Access applications (for on-site, or on-site and remote access projects) can be sent all-year round (last call: 7th, deadline for submission: April 2020). Each TA call has a defined "access call window" in which your project, once accepted, must be performed. We warmly invite you to plan in advance your project, discussing the period in which you prefer to perform your Transnational Access with the liaison officer of your selected access provider.

Placement - Opportunità e bandi

MAECI

1° Bando MAECI-MIUR-FCRUI 2020

  • Bando di selezione per 400 tirocini curriculari presso le Rappresentanze diplomatiche, gli Uffici consolari e gli Istituti Italiani di Cultura del Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale
  • Presentazione candidature: 13 gennaio 2020 – 10 febbraio 2020
  • Periodo di svolgimento del tirocinio: 4 maggio 2020 – 7 agosto 2020
  • si ricorda che lo status di studente deve restare tale fino al termine del tirocinio
  • Modalità di candidatura:  Le candidature al presente bando possono essere inviate esclusivamente per via telematica collegandosi all’applicativo online al seguente indirizzo:
    http://www.crui.it/tirocini/tirociniwa, entro il 10 febbraio 2020, ore 17:00
Personale Tecnico - Amministrativo

Selezione riservata al personale di cui all’art. 20, comma 2 del D. Lgs n. 75/2017 per la copertura delle seguenti posizioni con contratto di lavoro a tempo indeterminato:

-    Profilo A: n. 1 posto di categoria C – posizione economica C1 – area tecnica, tecnico-scientifica ed elaborazione dati presso l’Impianto natatorio afferente al Dipartimento di Scienze Biomolecolari;

-    Profilo B: n. 1 posto di categoria C – area amministrativa - presso i Plessi dipartimentali.

Finanziamento della Ricerca

A common European framework to harmonise procedures for plastics pollution monitoring and assessments

The aim of this action is to develop a common European framework to harmonise procedures for plastics pollution monitoring and assessments. This action should do so by bringing together the main national research groups in the field of physicochemical analysis of plastics in the environment, covering nano-, micro- and macro-plastics, to present jointly designed process proposals for the determination of plastics in different environmental matrices. A critical mass of actors and increased synergies between all relevant research areas (e.g. marine, surface, groundwater, drinking and waste water, soil, air), industry, regulators, associations and relevant EU services and standardisation bodies will be a key element to address the challenge. It is expected that different sampling, extraction and analysis methods are evaluated for their suitability and feasibility (availability, cost-effectiveness, quality of data generated) for use within future monitoring activities.

Finanziamento della Ricerca

Monitoring ecosystems through research, innovation and technology

The action should design an EU-wide framework for monitoring biodiversity and ecosystem services which:

  • integrates different reporting streams, data sources and monitoring activities at international, EU, national and regional level (including remote sensing, citizen science and citizens observatories);
  • is cost effective;
  • links to policy targets, indicators and assessments;
  • builds on best practices in EU Member States;
  • delivers timely data, which is comparable over time and across the EU Member States.
Finanziamento della Ricerca

ERA-NET Cofund action on conservation and restoration of degraded ecosystems and their biodiversity, including a focus on aquatic systems

Based on priorities identified in the Strategic Research and Innovation Agendas of the Water Joint Programming Initiative (Water JPI) and of the BiodivERsA Partnership, proposals should pool together the necessary financial resources from the participating national (or regional) research programmes with a view to implementing a joint call for proposals resulting in grants to third parties with EU co-funding to improve the conservation and restoration of degraded ecosystems and their biodiversity, including a specific focus on freshwater aquatic systems. Research & innovation (R&I) supported through grants to third parties with EU co-funding under the joint call should cover all environments (i.e. terrestrial, freshwater and marine) and include a specific focus on freshwater aquatic systems. In addition, research under this joint call will support the implementation of relevant EU policies and objectives, and international endeavours. This will allow preparing a sustainable cooperation and coordination between Water JPI and BiodivERsA to increase synergies on cross-cutting issues, where appropriate. Participation of legal entities from international partner countries and/or regions including those not automatically eligible for funding in accordance with General Annex A is encouraged in the joint call as well as in other joint activities including additional joint calls without EU co-funding. Participants from countries not listed in General Annex A are eligible for funding under this topic and may request a Union contribution (on the basis of the ERA-NET unit cost) only for the coordination costs of additional activities.

Finanziamento della Ricerca

ERA-NET Cofund action on raw materials

The objective of the ERA-NET is to strengthen co-ordination of national and regional research programmes in the field of non-energy non-agricultural raw materials, while building on the experience of previous ERA-NETs ERA-MIN and ERA-MIN 2. This should be achieved in line with the integrated strategy proposed in the EU Raw Materials Initiative (RMI) and the Strategic Implementation Plan of the European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on Raw Materials. The ERA-NET should cover the whole raw materials value chain including exploration, extraction and processing technologies and recycling, as well as substitution.

Finanziamento della Ricerca

Erasmus+ JOINT MASTER DEGREES

An Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) is a prestigious, integrated, international study programme, jointly delivered by an international consortium of higher education institutions (HEIs) and, where relevant, other partners with specific expertise and interest in the study programme. EMJMDs aim to:

  • Foster excellence, innovation, and internationalisation in HEIs
  • Boost the attractiveness of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and support the EU's external action in the field of higher education
  • Improve the level of competences and skills of Master graduates and their employability
Placement - Opportunità e bandi

Programma “Young Professionals 2020 (YPP)”

  • YPP è un'opportunità di lavoro e formazione offerta dall’Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) a giovani che si trovino nelle prime fasi della loro carriera professionale.
  • L'obiettivo del Programma è quello di attivare un circuito virtuoso all'interno dell'istituzione che benefici delle competenze ed esperienze accademiche, ma soprattutto delle motivazioni, che i giovani selezionati apporterebbero, a complemento delle professionalità del personale senior in servizio presso la Banca.
  • Scadenza: 14 febbraio 2020.
Finanziamento della Ricerca

Jean Monnet Chairs

A Jean Monnet Chair is a teaching post with a specialisation in European Union studies for university professors for a duration of three years A Jean Monnet Chair is held by only one professor, who provides a the minimum of 90 teaching hours per academic year. Main activities (minimum of 90 hours per academic year):

  • deepen teaching in European Union studies embodied in an official curriculum of a higher education institution;

  • provide in-depth teaching on European Union matters for future professionals in fields which are in increasing demand on the labour market;

  • provide teaching/lectures to students from other departments (e.g. architecture, medicine, etc) to better prepare them for their future professional life.

  • encourage, advise and mentor the young generation of teachers and researchers in European Union studies subject areas;

  • conduct, monitor and supervise research on EU subjects, for other educational levels such as teacher training and compulsory education;

  • organise activities (conferences, seminars/webinars, workshops, etc.) targeting to policy makers at local, regional and national level as well as to civil society.

Finanziamento della Ricerca

Jean Monnet Module

A Jean Monnet Module is a short teaching programme (or course) in the field of European Union studies at a higher education institution. Each Module has a minimum duration of 40 teaching hours per academic year. Modules may concentrate on one particular discipline in European studies or be multidisciplinary in approach and therefore call upon the academic input of several professors and experts.

Erasmus+ supports Jean Monnet Modules with the aim to:

  • promote research and first teaching experience for young researchers and scholars and practitioners in European Union issues (up to 20% of the budget allocated to support Modules will be granted to coordinators who are researchers who have obtained a PhD degree in the last five years);
  • foster the publication and dissemination of the results of academic research;
  • create interest in the EU and constitute the basis for future poles of European knowledge, particularly in Partner Countries;
  • foster the introduction of a European Union angle into mainly non EU related studies;
  • deliver tailor-made courses on specific EU issues relevant for graduates in their professional life.
Finanziamento della Ricerca

JEAN MONNET CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE

A Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence is a focal point of competence and knowledge on European Union subjects.

A Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence gathers the expertise and competences of high-level experts and aims at developing synergies between the various disciplines and resources in European studies, as well as at creating joint transnational activities and structural links with academic institutions in other countries. It also ensures openness to civil society.

Jean Monnet Centres of Excellence have a major role in reaching out to students from faculties not normally dealing with European Union issues as well as to policy makers, civil servants, organised civil society and the general public at large.

Finanziamento della Ricerca

Jean Monnet Networks

Jean Monnet Networks foster the creation and development of consortia of international players (HEIs, Research Centres, Associations, etc.) in the area of European Union studies.

They contribute to gathering information, exchanging practices, building knowledge and promoting the European integration process across the world. This Action can also support the enhancement of existing networks supporting specific activities, notably fostering the participation of young researchers in EU-related themes.

These projects will be based on proposals, focused on activities that cannot be achieved successfully at a national level and require the involvement of a minimum of three partner organisations (including the applicant institution) from three different countries. Their aim is to undertake projects that have a multinational rather than a national dimension.

Finanziamento della Ricerca

Jean Monnet Projects

Jean Monnet Projects support innovation, cross-fertilisation and the spread of European Union content. These projects will be based on unilateral proposals - although the proposed activities may involve other partners - and may last between 12 and 24 months.

  • "Innovation" projects will explore new angles and different methodologies in view of making European Union subjects more attractive and adapted to various kinds of target populations (e.g. projects on Learning EU @ School);

  • "Cross-fertilisation" projects will promote discussion and reflection on European Union issues and enhance knowledge about the Union and its processes. These projects will aim at boosting EU knowledge in specific contexts;

  • "Spread content" projects will mainly concern information and dissemination activities.


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