3rd call for the Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs)
Dear INNOGLY members and their colleagues/students,
The 3rd call for the Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs) within 1st Grant period is now open. The purpose of these STSMs can be very diverse – ranging from scientific visits to a collaborating laboratory (e.g., measuring data as part of a joint research project), training visits to learn a new technique (e.g., for students, post-docs and early career investigators, technicians…), coordination visits to a joint research partner to optimize and plan further experiments (e.g., benchmarking), up to testing and evaluating new instruments or developing new methods – until now 3 scientists have been awarded and many more are to come. Both academic and industrial labs can qualify to host STSMs, so industry-oriented STSMs are welcome as well.
The majority of INNOGLY STSM rules follow the general COST Vademecum (https://www.cost.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Vademecum_June2019.pdf, Section 8), and are presented on INNOGLY webpage (https://innogly.eu/) with a minor modification. In order to allow as many STSMs as possible, we have implemented a Daily Allowances list that defines maximum daily allowance according to the EU Country Coefficient.
The deadline for the 3rd call is 15th February, but you can apply even sooner as “first come, first served” rule applies until the budget is consumed! I remind you that the STSMs must be completed preferably by 15 March 2020, at latest by 30 March, to be reimbursed in the GP1 budget. All details about proposal preparation and submission can be found within STSM subsection of our website: https://www.cost.eu/cost-actions/cost-actions-networking-tools
INNOGLY STSM committee
- Marko Anderluh (coordinator)
- Laura Polito
- Miloš Hricovini
- Sergio Moya
- Ondřej Vaněk