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Complementary scheme

Aim and Objectives

The aim of the ERC Complementary Scheme is to provide incentives for those applicants from Slovenian research organizations who were positively assessed by the European Research Council (ERC)' peer review process, but nonetheless not approved for co-financing. The agency shall co-finance those adjusted research projects corresponding with main objectives of the original proposal which had reached the specific threshold in the ERC review process as determined in the annual public call, taking into account the limited scope and duration of the project.

The objective of this scheme is to obtain favorable conditions for refining both researcher’s scientific excellence and the original idea of the project with a view to apply for and obtain an ERC grant.

Leader of an adjusted research project has to be the same as the one designated as principal investigator in the original application submitted to the ERC’ call. At the deadline for submitting applications, three months after receiving the ERC’ Evaluation Report, the proposed leader of the adjusted project must not be the leader of an ongoing adjusted project.

Apart from Complementary Scheme (until 2010) the agency stimulates Slovenian researchers to apply for three types of ERC grants (Starting Grant, Consolidator Grant and Advanced Grant) on the basis of Visiting Fellowship Programme (until 2017).

Target Audience

Applicants from Slovenian research organizations who were positively assessed by the ERC peer review process but not approved for co-financing are eligible to apply within the ERC Complementary Scheme (the specific threshold in the ERC peer review process should be met).

Calls, results and additional details

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Facts & Figures

Year Accepted for
complementary
scheme
in Slovenia
PI ERC Grant Research organization Project ERC CORDIS
2019 17 prof. dr. Jernej Ule National Institute of Chemistry
 
AdG
 
RNPdynamics - Multivalent interactions driving RNP dynamics in development and disease**
dr. Nejc Hodnik* National Institute of Chemistry
 
StG 123STABLE – Towards Nanostructured Electrocatalysts with Superior Stability**
dr. Matjaž Humar* Jožef Stefan Institute
 
StG Cell-lasers – Intracellular lasers: Coupling of optical resonances with biological processes**
2018 7 prof. dr. Roman Jerala* National Institute of Chemistry
 
AdG MaCChines - Molecular machines based on coiled-coil protein origami
doc. dr. Jaka Tušek University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
 
StG SUPERCOOL - Superelastic porous structures for efficient elastocaloric cooling
2017 3 prof. dr. Marta Verginella* University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts
 
AdG EIRENE - Post-war transitions in gendered perspective: the case of the North-Eastern Adriatic region
prof. dr. Matevž Dular University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering CoG  CABUM - An investigation of the mechanisms at the interaction between cavitation bubbles and contaminants
2016 3        
2015 5 prof. dr. Tomaž Prosen* University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics AdG OMNES - Open many-body Non-Equilibrium Systems
 
2014 2        
2013 2        
2012 2 prof. dr. Dragan Mihailović* Jožef Stefan Institute AdG TRAJECTORY - Coherent trajectories through symmetry breaking transitions
 
2011 7 prof. dr. Nedjeljka Žagar University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics StG MODES - Modal analysis of atmospheric balance, predictability and climate

*ERC Grantees (co)financed previously by the Complementary Scheme

**the link to the website of the European Commission CORDIS has not yet been established

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