Category: Training
State: Current


h 10,30am-12,30pm


The Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions (MSCA) Postdoctoral Fellowships (PF) support training through research of researchers of any nationality wishing to diversify their skills through a period of advanced training and international mobility at a host institution of their choice.

The Infoday aims at presenting the main features of the MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships Call (MSCA-PF-2022) whose opening is expected on May 12 with deadline on September 14, 2022.

More information about the call MSCA-PF-2022, the eligibility criteria and the support offered by the Research Support Department to candidates are available in this section of the website.

The Infoday is addressed to POLITO researchers interested in better understanding the opportunities of the MSCA PF 2022 Call. Please note that only candidates from outside POLITO must send the letter of commitment signed by the POLITO Supervisor and the applicant (template available in this section) by the registration deadline (18 May) in order to participate. Participation is also open to staff of the Project Offices of Departments.

The Infoday will be held in English, in presence at Aula 8N (via Boggio, first floor, map here) as well as in streaming via Zoom.


10.30-11.45: Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions for the mobility of Postdoctoral Researchers: main features of MSCA-PF Call 2022 - Sara Rollino and Elisa Pasquini, Excellent Science and Researchers Mobility Office – Research Support Department
11:45-12:00: Q&A
12.00-12.20: Contribution from a researcher winner of a MSCA grant – Davide Vettori, DIATI, Winner of an MSCA Individual Fellowship 2020 at Politecnico di Torino
12.20-12.30: Q&A

Registration is mandatory by 18 May (h. 13) at this link (filling in the form will not generate a confirmation e-mail). Registered participants will receive the link to attend in streaming some days before the infoday.

For more information it is possible to write to Sara Rollino and Elisa Pasquini from the Excellent Science and Researchers Mobility Office at