MSCA 2015 - Luxembourg

December 10-11, 2015
COFUND – Synergies to Fuel Researchers' Careers

MSCA 2015 - Luxembourg

December 10-11, 2015
COFUND – Synergies to Fuel Researchers' Careers

MSCA 2015 - Luxembourg

December 10-11, 2015
COFUND – Synergies to Fuel Researchers' Careers

MSCA 2015 - Luxembourg

December 10-11, 2015
COFUND – Synergies to Fuel Researchers' Careers

The Luxembourg
       2015
EU Presidency

 

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has been holding the Presidency of the Council of the European Union for the twelfth time, throughout the second semester of 2015. 

The MSCA  2015 – COFUND has been one of the many Luxembourg EU Presidency events that took successfully place in the Grand- Duchy of Luxembourg.

The MSCA 2015 Conference has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation programme and has been organised by the Luxembourg National Research Fund under the auspices of the Luxembourg EU Presidency.

MSCA 2015 – COFUND Conference

 

> PHOTO ALBUM

New!

> VIDEOS
from the Inaugural Session

The MSCA team is happy to have welcomed participants from over 30 countries for this 2-day EU Presidency conference dedicated to the Researcher’s Career.

Check the Awards and Media sections for videos and articles on the MSCA 2015 – COFUND Conference and Awards. NEW PHOTO ALBUM >Media > Photo Gallery

Presentations from the various sessions are available in the Programme section see > Conference Programme.

 

 

Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions 2015 – COFUND Awards Winners

 

Press Release MSCA 2015 COFUND AWARDS

Congratulations to the 3 Awardees distinguished during the December 10th 2015 Awards Ceremony in Luxembourg

Dr. AIDEN DOHERTY 
Senior Research Fellow
Nuffield Department of Population Health –
University of Oxford, UK
> video

Dr. JULIEN MEYER
Researcher  – Gipsa Laboratory
CNRS Grenoble, France
> video

Dr. DAVID HOEY 
Associate Professor – Biomedical engineering, School of Engineering
Dublin Trinity College, Ireland
> video  

 

 

 

 

Rewards for 3 Outstanding Researchers
during Awards Ceremony 
Cercle Cité –  Luxembourg  
December 10th 2015 

Interpreting whistled languages through cognitive science, analysing big data for health purposes and developing innovative treatments for osteoporosis, these are 3 challenges addressed by the winners of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) 2015 – COFUND awards, The winners were announced to an international audience last night at the gala dinner that took place in the magnificent setting of the Cercle Cité in Luxembourg City.

Three outstanding researchers, Dr Julien Meyer, Dr Aiden Doherty and Dr David Hoey, who were funded by the COFUND scheme, were selected amongst the most promising scientists and honoured for their excellent research during the Awards Ceremony.

The prizes were jointly remitted by Claudie Haigneré, astronaut and former French Minister for Research and for European Affairs; Martine Reicherts, Director General of DG Education and Culture of the European Commission, and Marc Schiltz, Secretary General of the Luxembourg National Research Fund, in the presence of Luxembourg Secretary of State for Higher Education and Research Marc Hansen and of a gathering of experts and stakeholders in the field of research. A monetary prize of 1000€ complements each award.