Call for the organisation of mini-workshops in fusion in 2022—remote or live
As part of its activities, FuseNet supports the organisation of mini-workshops. These are small-scale workshops that aim to connect young talents with experienced researchers. They have the set-up of masterclasses on a dedicated topic, include interaction between experts and students and are organised for either MSc or PhD students. Such events typically last 2–5 days. This call is for mini-workshops that are to be organised before the end of this year.
NB. In 2022, we also stimulate remotely held mini-workshops. FuseNet is happy to help you move your mini-workshop online—we can supply Zoom licenses as well help you set up an Indico event page. Be sure to ask after the possibilities!
The call will be open during the year until the allocated budget is consumed. Applications will be reviewed periodically at the Board of Governors meetings. These meetings take place approximately every 2 months.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal, we highly encourage you to have a prior informal discussion with the Executive Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Details like eligibility criteria, the type of support and the application procedure can be found in the call document: