CfA: Workshop for Early Career Researchers, Sofia, 29.10.2005
> Dear Colleagues,above.
> The online magazine Science's NextWave, the Association of Doctoral
> Students in Bulgaria (ADSB), and the Marie Curie Fellowship
> Association (MCFA) in collaboration with the Bulgarian Academy of
> Sciences are jointly organising a
> Workshop for Early Career Researchers
> to be held in Sofia at the
> BAS General Assembly Hall (1,15 Noemvri Str, 1040 Sofia)
> on 29 October 2005.
> The homepage of the workshop can be found at the following internet
> The programme includes sessions on
> - European Mobility Programmes
> - What is the Alternative? Non-Academic Careers for Scientists
> - Women in Science: Gender Balance and Fellowship Opportunities
> - Research Funding Opportunities in Bulgaria
> A complete programme will be available very soon. Registration for
> the workshop is already possible through the webpage mentioned
> Participation is free of charge. However, registration is mandatorywebsites
> since places are limited.
> In case of inaccessibility of the webpage more information can be
> obtained from
> Seema Sharma at Science's NextWave (ssharma@...) or
> Dagmar M. Meyer at MCFA (dmeyer@...).
> The workshop on 29 October 2005 forms part of an ongoing series of
> Workshops for Early Career Researchers offered in collaboration
> between Science's NextWave, MCFA and varying partner organisations.
> Previous workshops in the series have taken place in Lisbon,
> Bucharest and Warsaw. Please consult the individual workshop
> for details on these events:=====================================================================
> A full list of NextWave Outreach Events can be found here:
> We would be grateful if this information could be circulated in
> particular among graduate students, PhD candidataes and recent
> postdocs in Bulgaria, as well as any other individuals and
> organisations that might be interested in the event.
> Thank you very much for your interest!
> Kind regards,
> Dagmar M. Meyer
> A short note about the the Marie Curie Fellowship Association
> The MCFA is an interdisciplinary network of more than 3,000
> researchers at various career stages from all over Europe. Our
> activities include practical support to current Marie Curie fellows,
> career help during and after the fellowship, organisation of
> conferences and workshops mostly with science policy related
> representation of the community of Marie Curie fellows towards thewebsite
> European Commission and national authorities, etc. If you would like
> to find out more about the MCFA, you are invited to visit our
> For questions related to the Marie Curie Actions of the European
> Community, please consult directly the official website at
> Dr. Dagmar M. Meyer
> outgoing Chair, Marie Curie Fellowship Association
> Mauerstr. 21
> 37073 Goettingen
> Tel: (+49)-551-397817
> Fax: (+49)-551-392985 (attn. D. Meyer)
> email: dagmar@...