Timeline & Deliverables
MSCA projects have a clearly defined timeline, in order to ensure success of the Early Stage Researcher (ESR) recruitment and training, and to support the smooth running of the interaction between the ITN team and the European Commission agency to which it reports, the Research Executive Agency (REA). The training of the the ESRs involves hands on research, numerous scientific meetings and workshops, for learning both transferrable skills and advanced research skills.
SECRET-ITN Project Timeline
Entry into force 09.08.2019
Entry into force 01.10.2019
Start of the Recruitment Period
01.10.2019 ongoing until end of March 2020 or until all Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) are recruited.
Kick-Off Meeting (KOM)
Beneficiaries met to kick off the project.
D4.1 (D17) KOM Report (WP4)
D5.1 (D25) Data Sharing Report (WP5)
D4.9 (D41) Consortium Agreement Report (WP4)
D4.10 (D42) Supervisory Board Report (WP4)
ITN 2019 Coordinators’s Infoday
Participation of SECRET-ITN Program Coordindator, Dr. Angelika Hausser, and Program Manager, Dr. Raluca Tamas, at the briefing day organized by the European Commission.
First ESR to start work at UiO:
Renata Hajdu (ESR 5) started her work on project IRP 1.5 in Oslo (UiO), in the group of Prof. Dr. Hesso Farhan.
ESRs 1 and 7 to start work at USTUTT and OUH:
Elena Gutiérrez Galindo (ESR 1) started her work on project IRP 1.1 in Stuttgart (USTUTT), in the group of Dr. Angelika Hausser.
Eleni Skourti (ESR 7) started her work on project IRP 1.7 in Oslo (OUH), in the group of Dr. Gunhild Mælandsmo.
7 ESRs to start work in February:
Madalena Monteiro (ESR 9) is starting her work on project IRP 2.1 in Amsterdam (VUmc), in the group of Prof. Dr. Connie Jimenez.
Hanieh Sadeghi (ESR 10) is starting her work on project IRP 2.2 in Amsterdam (VUmc), in the group of Prof. Dr. Connie Jimenez.
Zeynep Hazal Yilmaz (ESR 2) is starting her work on project IRP 1.2 in Stuttgart (USTUTT), in the group of Dr. Angelika Hausser.
Merih Ozverin (ESR 3) is starting her work on project IRP 1.3 in Stuttgart (USTUTT), in the group of Prof. Dr. Monilola Olayioye.
Mario Macía Guardado (ESR 12) is starting his work on project IRP 2.4 in Vienna (MUW), in the group of Prof. Dr. Helmut Dolznig.
Jacqueline Bersano (ESR 13) is starting her work on project IRP 2.5 in Freiburg (CRDS), under the supervision of Dr. Julia Schüler.
Amirabbas Parizadeh (ESR 4) is starting his work on project IRP 1.4 in Oslo (UiO), in the group of Prof. Dr. Hesso Farhan.
D4.2 (D18) Recruitment report (WP4)
D4.3 (D19) Data management plan (WP4)
D5.2 (D26) Project website and brochure (WP5)
ESR 14 to start work at PAO:
Alexia Maria Gali (ESR 14) starting her work on project IRP 2.6 in Athens (PAO), under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Leonidas Alexopoulos.
ESR Kick-off & Training Event
April 2020 – Stuttgart
Participation of all ESRs.
Introduction to the project coupled with transferable skills workshops.
30 September 2020
D1.1 (D1) Report on experimental approaches to mechanistically understand mutual regulation of signalling and secretion on a systems level (WP1)
D2.1 (D5) Joint report on approaches (WP2)
D3.2 (D10) Report on IRP based training, including secondments I (WP3)
D3.3 (D11) Reports on network-wide training events I (WP3)
D4.4 (D20) Annual Progress Report I (WP4)
D5.3 (D27) Annual Dissemination and outreach report I (WP5)
D6.1-D6.6 (D35-D40) H – Requirement No. 1-6 (WP6)
Training Event in Oslo & Mid-Term Check
D4.5 (D21) Report on Mid-Term Check (WP4)