SOLARNET Networking Programme
Call for Proposals for Workshop Organization
Proposals are hereby invited under the SOLARNET Programme “Network activities to foster synergistic collaborations” for the organization of Workshops.
One of the goals of this Programme is enabling focused, topical Workshops based on requests from the community that will be aimed at providing a forum where the participants can describe relevant and specific science cases in the field of high-resolution solar physics, exchange their knowledge, start new collaborations, with particular emphasis on promoting synergies between theory and observations.
The topics of Workshops should, therefore, reflect newly emerging topics in the field of high-resolution solar physics, enabling to address new opportunity to be shared, discussed, worked out by the participants, both on a theoretical and observational basis.
EC funds (up to a maximum of 10,000 €) will be provided to support organizational costs and travel expenses for invited speakers and travel grants for young researchers.
Applications are welcome at any time during the execution of this project, with two deadlines per year: June 30th and December 31st.
Interested applicants are invited to submit/ email their applications to Prof. Francesca Zuccarello (Email: email@example.com) mentioning the following:
- Title of the workshop
- Venue and date
- Institute organizing the event
- Contact person (email, telephone number, address)
- Rationale and scientific aim of the workshop
- Preliminary scientific programme
- Preliminary list of invited speakers
- Scientific organizing committee (SOC) and the Local organizing committee (LOC)
- Foreseen number of participants
- The presumed total cost of the workshop and other sources of support
- Amount requested
Alternatively, you can fill out this online application form: Workshop Application Form
The selection of the granted proposals will be announced on July 15th and January 15th.
Proposals will be handled by the SOLARNET Workshop Evaluation Committee. The Nationality rules of the Programme require that the organizers of the Workshop are from the European Union or associated countries.
Composition of the Workshop Evaluation Committee
Francesco Berrilli, UNITOV, Italy
Markus Roth, KIS, Germany
Meetu Verma, AIP, Germany
Francesca Zuccarello, UNICT, Italy
SOLARNET is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 824135.