ERC Grants

 

The image shows a tile with pictures of 10 Max Planck researchers who were successful in the 2022 ERC Consolidator Grant award process. They are Annalisa Pillepich, MPI for Astronomy, Philip J.W. Moll, MPI for Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Simone Kuehn, MPI for Education Research, Joshua Wilde, MPI for Demographic Research Meritxell Huch, MPI for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dora Tang, MPI for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Aljaz Godec, MPI for Multidisciplinary Natural Sciences, Stéphane Hacquard, MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Hiroshi Ito, MPI for Brain Research, and Daniel Schramek, MPI for Molecular Genetics.

This result puts Max Planck in second place in a Europe-wide comparison more

Das Bild zeigt das Logo des ERC. Rechts daneben sieht man den Schriftzug: "Starting Grants".

European-wide, Max Planck ranks first in success rates for ERC Starting Grants 2022, together with the CNRS
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Double success with ERC synergy grants

On October 25, 2022 the winners of the Synergy Grants of the European Research Council (ERC) 2022 were announced more

Multi-million euro grants from Brussels

12 Max Planck researchers win coveted ERC Advanced Grants more

Several million euros in EU funding for Max Planck early career researchers

Eleven Max Planck projects receive starter grants from the European Research Councils (ERC); three grants awarded retrospectively to Max Planck (Update: 11 May 2022)  more

Success through synergies

Success through synergies

November 06, 2020

Nine ERC Synergy Grants for Max Planck researchers more

ERC Advanced Grants for six Max Planck researchers

Research Council ERC awards grants of up to 2.5 million euros each more

Max Planck teams successful at ERC Synergy Grants

Five Max Planck researchers win EU funding more

Max Planck success in EU funding

20 Max Planck researchers win ERC Starting Grants more

18 Max Planck researchers celebrate winning EU funding

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded its 2018 Starting Grants. In this year's funding round, nineteen scientists from institutes of the Max Planck Society, including eight women, were successful. They each receive up to 1.5 million euros to pursue their research projects. more

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