|Do you represent a Research organisation?
I would be honoured if your organisation could respond to this survey.
The objective is to identify the state of play of the implementation of ERA and the areas where progress is both possible and necessary. It is important that all organisations involved in Research and Innovation contribute to the survey to ensure that the results accurately reflect the situation on the ground in each country.
European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science
Research organisations and research funders are crucial for the daily implementation of the European Research Area (ERA).
The European Commission seeks to identify existing practices, needs and barriers where organisations believe further action is needed in order to complete a single market for researchers, knowledge and technology.
The results will be aggregated at national level to reflect the overall state of play in each country. Data collected will not, in any circumstances, be used to report back at organisational level.
The survey has been designed to accommodate different organisational profiles. Please select the relevant questionnaire according to the profile of your organisation:
You will need a code to answer the survey. If you have not received a code or you have any questions about the survey, please contact DG Research and Innovation at RTD-ERA-SURVEYfirstname.lastname@example.org
The survey will be active until the 25 January 2013
The questionnaire addresses different aspects of ERA, requiring the contribution of different departments or units within your organisation (e.g. Human Resources and Information Technology departments). Therefore, it is advisable to download and distribute the questionnaire prior to filling it in online.
The European Commission would like to thank your organisation in advance for participating in the survey. It is an essential action to better understand the state of play concerning the ERA priorities.
ERA survey glossary ( 136KB)
ERA Communication - A Reinforced European Research Area Partnership for Excellence and Growth:
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European Research Council (ERC)
The principles for innovative doctoral training
The 2010 ESFRI roadmap
Structured innovative doctoral training programmes apply the principles for innovative doctoral training.
The European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers
Information day on the ERA Chairs FP7 Pilot Call
(17/01/2013, Brussels) for National Contact Points.
Nicosia Conference: Completing the European Research Area in the Context of the Innovation Union
Launch of the ERA Survey 2012 for Research Funding and Research Performing Organisations