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- Subject: [Fizinfo] Fwd: CERIC-ERIC: Call for proposals
- Date: Thu, 07 Jan 2016 12:55:50 +0100
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Új év, új pályázati lehetőség mérésekre a CERIC-ERIC nyagyberendezésein.
BUÉK, üdvözlettel, Belgya TAmás
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Tárgy: CERIC-ERIC: Call for proposals
Dátum: 2016-01-07 08:41
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CERIC-ERIC, the European Distributed Research Infrastructure offers access to more than 40 different and complementary state of the art techniques, distributed in 7 different countries. A detailed description of the facilities available in CERIC can be found here: http://ceric-eric.eu/index.php?n=Users.Facilities. CERIC allows to combine a wide range of methods for sample preparation and analysis in a flexible and project oriented way, through the submission of multi-technique proposals through a single entry point.
Two Steps deadline
Aware of the difficulties users have in writing multi-instrument proposals, we are proposing a two steps deadline option. The first deadline allows to have a pre-evaluation of the proposal at the facilities and, if necessary, two weeks for editing according to the suggestions received, before the definitive submission in the second deadline. Expert users may decide to submit their proposals directly on the second deadline.
Single instrument proposals
For those facilities that do not have another channel of open access available, also single instrument proposals are welcome. These facilities are:
Light Scattering and SAXS facility in Graz,
Deep Lithography synchrotron beamline in Triest,
Mass spectrometry facilities in Trento,
HRTEM and EPR facilities in Bucharest,
XPD, Near Ambient Pressure XPS and FESEM facilities in Prague
Tandem accelerator facility in Zagreb,
NMR spectroscopy in Lubiana
How to apply
Access to CERIC is open to scientists from all over the world and free of charge for academic and non-proprietary research. The only condition for free access is the publication of the results of the experiments, with appropriate citing of the facilities and local contacts involved.
Proposals shall be submitted online through the Virtual Unified Office (VUO).
The best projects will be selected by peer review through an independent and international panel of experts. For further information about the evaluation and how to submit successful proposals please visit our website: http://ceric-eric.eu/index.php?n=Users.Homepage.
Partial financial support for mobility will be available, in case of need, through funding provided to CERIC from the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research.
The first deadline for proposals submission, with pre-evaluation and possibility of improvement is on Friday, February 5th at 17:00hs CET. (recommended)
The second deadline for proposals submission for expert users is on Friday, March 1st at 17:00hs CET.
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Dr. Tamas Belgya
Deputy General Director
Centre for Energy Research
tamas.belgya AT energia.mta.hu
Phone: +36-1-3922531, +36-1-3922539
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