awards&funding: Early Career Stimulus

ESCoP Early Career Stimulus


                              Program closed in August 2013.



The ESCoP Early Career Stimulus was a grant up to €1000 aimed at supporting European graduate students.  Multiple such grants were awarded each year to support specific research projects (e.g., completing an experiment) or short-term visits to another lab in a different country. Preference was given to students from Eastern European countries. Program was closed in August 2013.

Early Career Stimulus receipients:

2012: Giulia Mattavelli, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy; Tudor Popescu, University of Oxford, UK
2011: Olga Puccioni, SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste, Italy; Peter Pajkossy, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary
2010: Maria Dimitropoulou, Basque Center on Cognition, Brain & Language and University of La Laguna, Spain; Anna Marzecová, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland; Katarzyna Patro, Warsaw University, Poland
2009: Rosana Stan, University of Oradea; Despina Panagiotidou, South East European Research Centre and University of Sheffield; Agnieszka Pluta, Warsaw University
2008: Alexandra Touroutoglou, Greece
2005: Roi Kadosh, Israel; Mikolaj Hernik, Poland; Chiara delle Libera, Italy