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Horizon Prizes

Take a look at the new Horizon Prizes web site to see which challenge you might take up ...

• Better use of Antibiotics • Breaking the optical transmission barriers • Clean air • Collaborative Spectrum Sharing • Food scanner

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Q: H2020-MSCA-ITN-2014 (EID) - In an EID mode, what would be the benefit of being employed by more than one of the participants? How would the 50% rule then be monitored and enforced?
A: It is up to the participants to decide if the employment will be provided by one or more participants and if one set-up is more feasible than the other. Bear in mind the effects such a decision has on the country correction coefficient applied to the living allowance of the fellow and the time he/she spends in different countries. The recruited researchers must spend at least 50% of their time in the non-academic sector (at beneficiaries or partner organisations). The time period spent in the non-academic sector has to be declared in the reports. If requested, the participants should be able to provide auditors with evidence (e.g. lab note books, travel documents) of the time spent by the researchers in each location.

Category : MSCA - H2020 Innovative Training Networks