Following its long time tradition of successful international post-graduate and doctoral training, FEEM supports Marie Skodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship applications.
For the current MSCA European Fellowships call, FEEM is interested in receiving proposals in the area of:
1- Spatial transformation of cities, their socio-economic determinants and the consequences for the environment and the quality of life of urban citizens
2- Pathways towards an EU carbon-neutral economy by 2050
3- Digitalization for a Sustainable Energy Transition
4- Integrated energy and macroeconomic models for sustainable development of African countries
5- Water management in the presence of uncertainty related to technological innovations and climate change. Investment models in developing countries
6- Macroeconomic (and micro) models for assessing the impact of water management investment in developing countries
7- Computational General Equilibrium Model for water management in developing countries
8- Water and Energy (and Food) nexus: carbon footprint, water footprint and efficiency. Which is the optimal mix?
9- Definition, assessment and quantification of risks for investments and development in developing countries
10- Decarbonization, renewable resources: microeconomic models for evaluating investments in condition of uncertainty
1- Candidates must be in possession of a doctoral degree or have at least four years of full-time equivalent research experience at the deadline for the submission of proposals to the European Commission
2- Eligible researchers can be of any nationality and must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Italy for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before the call deadline.
If you meet the eligibility criteria and are interested in exploring the opportunities offered by the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions to work at FEEM, please submit your application on-line through the FEEM web platform any time before June 23rd (internal deadline), sending:
1- a detailed curriculum vitae, including the list of publications;
2- an abstract of the research proposal (max 1 page).
The selected candidates will be supported in the development of their project proposals that must be submitted to the European Commission by September 11th.
More information on the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships is available on the EU-MSCA Web Site.