24.219, FYI: NetWordS Second Call for Travel Grant Proposals

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Subject: 24.219, FYI: NetWordS Second Call for Travel Grant Proposals

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Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2013 09:49:04
From: Claudia Marzi [info-networds at ilc.cnr.it]
Subject: NetWordS Second Call for Travel Grant Proposals

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NetWordS
The European Network on Word Structure
Cross-disciplinary approaches to understanding word structure in the languages
of Europe

Second call for proposals

Travel grants for short visits and bilateral preparatory actions

NetWordS invites proposals for travel grants (up to 15 days) for so-called
short visits and bilateral preparatory actions, to support collaborative
research in Europe on the mental lexicon.

The short visits program is primarily addressed towards researchers (PhD
students, post-docs, research fellows) that are keen to pursue
interdisciplinary collaborative work by visiting investigators with a
different disciplinary background from their own and in a different country,
profiting from his/her expertise and from the research facilities available at
the host institution. Visits should be aimed at developing joint work that
combines methods and insights from two different fields.

Reimbursement of travel expenses will be administered through the ESF. Short
Visit Grants cover actual travel expenses up to a maximum of 500 EUR per
participating site, plus a per diem of 85 EUR.

Applications should include the following items:

- a description of the project work (about 500 words) and the aim of the visit
- short CV of applicant (max 1000 words), including a list of relevant
publications (max 5)
- researcher(s) involved and the research institution to be visited
- proposed dates and estimated travel costs*

Up to 20 grants will be available.

* Bilateral preparatory actions are intended to promote intensive
collaborative work between two research teams in different countries and with
different scientific backgrounds, with a view to finalising European
interdisciplinary project proposals to be submitted in the years 2013-2014.

Priority will be given to those proposals that are shown to be connected with
other preparatory actions, thus being part of a larger European project
effort. Bilateral preparatory actions need to involve at least two researchers
from research institutions/laboratories that are already connected through
NetWordS.

Reimbursement of travel expenses will be administered through the ESF.
Bilateral Grants cover actual travel expenses up to a maximum of 500 EUR per
participating site, plus a per diem of 85 EUR.

Applications should include the following items:

- a description of the project work (about 500 words) and the aim of the visit
- short CV of  applicants from the two teams involved (max 1000 words),
including a list of relevant publications (max 5)
- proposed meeting dates and estimated travel costs*

About 8 bilateral projects will be granted.

Applications to either program should be submitted at www.networds-esf.eu
through the Call page.

Deadline for applications: February 15th 2013, h 17:00 (CET)

Notification of results: by mid-March 2013

A selection of successful applicants will be invited to present their projects
at the 3rd NetWordS Workshop, that will be held in Dubrovnik, 19-20 September
2013. Separate funds will be made available to provide partial financial
support to attending grantees.

Eligibility

Following the ESF guidelines*, preference will be given to projects involving
researchers from countries with ESF member organisations contributing to this
networking program, but proposals involving a non-contributing country will
also be considered. A list of the contributing countries is available at
www.networds-esf.eu

Due to budget constraints, upon receiving notification of acceptance of their
proposal, applicants could be invited to curtail duration of their visits.

* ESF guidelines are available at the following webpage:

http://www.esf.org/activities/research-networking-programmes/guidelines-for-es
f-research-networking-programmes-rnps.html
 



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