Petra Fedorová (ex Perutková) is the Deputy Head of the National Information Centre for European Research (NICER), where she is working as the National Contact Point (NCP) for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions and European Research Council grants since 2010. She is an expert in the relevant EC Programme Committee and member of the working group for human resources of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic. She gives lectures at national and international level, publishes information materials and articles about Framework Programmes of the EU, holds specialised trainings focused on MSCA and ERC proposal writing, co-organises the annual conference focused on topical issues within the European Research Area (Czech Days for European Research). She has gained practical experience with EU Framework Programmes i.a. when coordinating the FP7 project EuroNanoForum 2009.
She graduated from Charles University and University of Economics, Prague. Her degrees were in German and Swedish Studies and in International Trade. In June 2007 she obtained a Masters´ degree in European Studies at University Hamburg. She was seconded for several months to Hanse-Office (a common institution of the “states” Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein to the European Union) and CZELO (Czech Liaison Office for Research, Development and Innovation) in Brussels. She is fluent in English, German and Swedish.
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