Éva Vas

Position: 
Head of Research Management Team
European Grants and Projects Officer

Contact information

Building: 
Jozsef Attila u. 24
Room: 
102.
Phone: 
+36 1 327-3084

In October, 2014 she was appointed Head of the Research Management Team. Eva joined the ACRO in November 2006. As European Grants and Projects Officer she is responsible for the administration and financial management of FP7, Horizon 2020 and other externally funded research projects. Before joining CEU she was national coordinator of projects  implemented in the framework of the Culture 2000 Program of the EU.

Professional Development

  • Workshop for Experienced Framework 7 Advisors and Directors - Brussels, Belgium, March 2010
  • Training Course for Framework 7 Advisors - Brussels, Belgium, March 2010 
  • ERASMUS Staff Training - Newcastle University, Great Britain, May 2009
  • Untold Stories of FP7 International Workshop - Budapest, Hungary, December 2007
  • Financial Management in EU projects, Singleimage - Brussels, Belgium, March 2007
  • FP7 Information Day in Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities - Brussels, Belgium, January, 2007
  • International Puppetry Workshop, Santa Fe, Argentina, 1999 – 2000

Work Experience

  • Central European University, Academic Cooperation and Research Support Office EU Grants Coordinator, November 2006 – present
  • “Glitterbird-Art for the Very Young”, Hungarian Program Coordinator, EU ‘Culture 2000’ program, (www.glitterbird.com), October 2004 – October 2006
  • Kolibri Theatre, Budapest, Hungary, Head of Secretariat, Festival Organizer,Puppeteer, 2000-2004
  • Coordinator, ASSITEJ (International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People) Hungarian Centre
  • Pasaréti Grammar School, Graciela Serrano Institute, London Studio, Spanish language teacher, 2000-2002

Qualification

MA in Spanish Language and Literature with Secondary School Teaching Qualification, Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Budapest, Hungary, 1999
Puppeteer and actor qualification, Kolibri Theatre School of Dramatic Arts and Puppetry, Budapest, Hungary, 1998