Invitation to information meeting “Funding opportunities for researchers in Poland"
The National Science Centre in Poland and the Foundation for Polish Science are pleased to invite you to information meeting “Funding opportunities for researchers in Poland”.
The event is a unique occasion to get acquainted with opportunities that Poland offers to outstanding researchers. Why Poland? The best answer is the one given by people who have already chosen this country and successfully conduct high-level research in the heart of Europe. They will be there. Come, listen and talk.
When? 14 November 2017
Where? Centre Scientifique de l'Académie Polonaise des Sciences à Paris: 74, rue Lauriston - 75116 Paris
Who? See the agenda below.
How to register? Please send a short confirmation e-mail with your personal data to email@example.com ‘till November 10th to make sure you’re in. There is no registration fee.
Any other questions? Please contact Marcin Liana (NCN) at firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Science Centre (NCN) is a government agency set up in 2011 to support basic research in Poland. With a budget of over € 250 M a year NCN funds projects in arts, humanities and social sciences, life sciences and physical sciences and engineering. It offers 16 types of funding schemes dedicated to researchers at different stages of their career. Together with German Max Planck Society, the NCN soon opens Dioscuri program to establish Centres of Scientific Excellence in Poland.
The Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) is an non-governmental, non-political, non-profit institution which pursues the mission of supporting science. It is the largest source of science funding in Poland outside of the state budget. Under EU funds, FNP implements grant programmes aimed at the collaboration between science and business. The Foundation realizes its statutory purposes through:
- Support for distinguished scholars and research teams in all fields of inquiry,
- Assisting innovative ventures and commercialization of scientific discoveries and inventions.