On behalf of the National Science Centre, it is our great pleasure to announce the upcoming Polonez Fellows’ Forum (PFF), which will be held in Kraków, Poland, on 11-12 June, 2018.

The Forum is an international networking event. It aims to provide the grantees selected in all three editions of the POLONEZ call with opportunities to meet, discuss projects, exchange ideas, and to start building a network of colleagues in a friendly and informal atmosphere.

The POLONEZ Fellows’ Forum will feature a number of different activities:
  • individual project presentations by all attending POLONEZ fellows;
  • group sessions to explore the key issues affecting the success of research and mobility programmes and to work out recommendations for better support of scientific career development and research;
  • an overview of further funding opportunities, both national and international, presented by representatives of the funding agencies, such as: NCN, the National Centre for Research and Development, the Foundation for Polish Science and the National Contact Point;
  • a poster exhibition to showcase the results of your research, outreach activities and study visits;
  • a social programme (dinner and sightseeing) to provide a friendly environment for informal discussions;
  • networking opportunities to meet other fellows, representatives of the Polish chapter of the Marie Curie Alumni Association, successful grantees of other funding schemes.

For detailed information on registration and programme options, please see the relevant bookmark on top of this page.

The registration deadline is: 27th April 2018

If you are interested in:
  • meeting POLONEZ fellows and the POLONEZ coordination team;
  • sharing your ideas about the programme and research career development;
  • learning about  funding opportunities beyond the POLONEZ fellowship

register today!

We are looking forward to meeting you in Kraków!



The POLONEZ project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 665778