Candidates may apply through one (and only one) of the target groups (TG1/TG2). This project does not support TG3.
All applications will be assessed against the following eligibility criteria. All applications that do not meet ALL of the eligibility criteria (for the type of grant being applied to) will not be further considered. A claim period will follow the publication of the ineligible applications.
Short-listed applications will be assessed against the following selection (award) criteria. All applications will be assigned a final score (FS). Grants will be awarded in open competition in order of FS and taking into account the vacant places assigned to each of the host universities.
Pre-selected candidates will be required to submit supporting documents for ALL the merits included in their applications. Should any of the required supporting documents not be submitted by the established deadline, the application will be automatically discarded. Vacant grants will be awarded to candidates in the reserve list (sorted by FS) until all grants are awarded.
THELXINOE has a duration of 48 months, starting in 15/07/2013 and finishing in 15/07/2017. Mobility flows will be distributed into 3 cohorts. Thus, the project will launch 3 “call for applications” on a yearly fashion. More info: https://sites.google.com/site/emthelxinoe/call
- 15/11/2013 Call opening !! — further information will be posted on this page in October/November 2013.
- 15/02/2014 Call closing
- 28/02/2014 Selections results
- Sep-Dec 2014 Mobility starts
- 15/11/2014 Call opening
- 15/02/2015 Call closing
- 28/02/2015 Selections results
- Sep-Dec 2015 Mobility starts
- 15/11/2015 Call opening
- 15/02/2016 Call closing
- 28/02/2016 Selections results
- Sep-Dec 2016 Mobility starts
Offering “short traineeship periods” (internships) with a duration of 1-3 months at a company, research institute, public body, NGO, etc. of choice, and in line with the specific professional profile and research interests of each grantee so that grantees extend their accumulated work experience (if any) in the field of “smart cities”.
Offering academic/professional advice along the project duration and beyond so as to help grantees increasing their actual employability in line with nowadays marketplace rapidly-shifting trends in the field of “smart cities” while facilitating potential employers the search for the most talented experts in such professional field.