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Short-Term Scientific Missions (STSM's)


STSM's are research visits of 5 days to 3 months between member countries of the Action, aimed at enhancing collaborative research. Applications can be submitted electronically via your e-COST account. You can download the full STSM user guide as published by COST from here. The criteria for selection of STSM's, as decided by the Management Committee, are the following:

1) Scientific quality and realism of the application: originality, feasibility of approach, feasibility within timeframe proposed

2) Compatibility with the COST Action: compatibility with the MoU, added value to Action, extended network of contacts, timeframe of application, timeframe of Action, justification of the finance requested

3) Qualifications of the Applicant: research planned vs. research already undertaken, publications, participation in international research cooperation, expected benefit for the applicant, some priority to Early Career Scientists

4) Application of Results: expected impact for the Action, dissemination of the result.

5) Fair share of the budget between the participant countries, keeping in mind that the COST Action budget is proportional to the number of countries, but not related to members per country.

6) Has the person in question already requested one? Priority should be given to those applicants who did not yet receive (much) STSM support.

The selection will be performed by the STSM / ITC conference grant selection committee

Time of STSM

Visiting Scientist

STSM Host

Topic (Title) of the STSM

2021-01-10 - 2021-04-05
Dr Eduardo Moreno-Jiménez
Freie Universität Berlin – Institut
für Biologie (Prof Matthias Rillig)

Impact of microplastics & arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the availability of metals to onion plants




















 



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