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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
2021-07-15-
2021-08-20
Dr Meleksen Akin Center of Plant Systems Biology and Biotechnology (CPSBB), Plovdiv, Bulgaria (Prof. Tsanko Gechev) Heavy Metal Stress
2021-07-24-
2021-08-22
Ms Anna Kokavcová Biology Centre of the Czech Academy of Science, České Budějovice, Czech Republic (Prof. Hendrik Küpper) The mechanistic role of the root cap in metal uptake in aquatic plant Pistia stratiotes
2021-08-27-
2021-10-30
Mr Kumbirai Deon Mandebere BPMP, CNRS, INRA, Montpellier, France (Prof. Catherine Curie) Investigation the role of iron in the early phase of seed germination
2021-08-22-
2021-10-30
Dr Seckin Eroglu BPMP, CNRS, INRA, Montpellier, France (Prof. Catherine Curie) Investigating the role of iron in the early phase of seed germination
2021-08-30 -  2021-10-31
Dr Muhammad Imran Faculty of Agriculture Sciences and Landscape Architecture, University of Applied Sciences, Osnabrück, Germany  (Prof. Diemo Daum)
 Stability of chelated micronutrient fertilizer in high pH soils
2021-09-01 -
2021-10-30
Ms Desara Gora Centro de Biotecnologia e Quimica Fina, Portugal (Prof. Marta Vasconcelos) Comparing the iron gene expression patterns of calcifuge versus acidifuge plants
2021-09-01-
2021-10-31
Mr Nicholas Otto Institute of Microbiology - Algatec, Třebon, Czech Republic (Prof. Milada Vítova) Plantmetals
2021-10-10-
2021-10-31
Dr Filis Morina Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade, Serbia (Prof. Milos Mojovi) Determination of manganese speciation and free radical formation in mite galls formed on Tilia cordata leaves by EPR spectroscopy
2021-12-15-
2022-03-14
Ms. Dana Emanuela Tiodar Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany (Prof. Ute Krämer)
Mercury stress and (counter)toxicity mechanisms in plants
2022-02-01-
2022-03-31
Ms Noémie Thiébaut
Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (Dr. Daniel P. Persson)
Metal distribution in the root in of Arabidopsis relatives at different zinc supply
2022-02-01-
2022-04-30
Ms Feixue Liao
Centro de Biotecnología y Genómica de Plantas (UPM-INIA), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain (Dr. Manuel Gonzalez-Guerrero)
F-bZIP regulated Zn deficiency response in M. truncatula: MtFbZIP and MtZIP genes expression analysis
2022-02-02-
2022-05-31
Mr Amir Maqbool Institute for Integrative Biology of the Cell, France
(Prof. Sebastién Thomine)
Trace metal metabolism in plants
2022-02-25-
2022-04-08
Mr. Moritz Friesch
Biochemistry & Plant Molecular Physiology, Montpellier, France  (Dr. Catherine Curie)
Investigation of iron translocation by CDF and NRAMP transporters in Arabidopsis thaliana
2022-04-14-
2022-04-29
Ms Célestine Belloeil
Biology Centre of the Czech Academy of Science, České Budějovice, Czech Republic (Prof. Hendrik Küpper) 
Quantification of the role of the IRT1 transporter for the uptake of nickel in the hyperaccumulator Noccaea caerulescens
2022-05-04-
2022-05-21
Mr. Bojan Vujic
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Germany (Dr. Gerald Falkenberg)
Development and optimization of an adapter for a guided cryostream to be mounted on an Oxford cryostream
2022-07-17-
2022-08-24
Dr. Meleksen Akin
Center of Plant Systems Biology and Biotechnology (CPSBB), Bulgaria (Dr. Tsanko Gechev)
Influence of the SuperFifty biostimulant on metal metabolism and development of vegetable crops
2022-07-17-
2022-08-31
Ms Valentina Stojilkovič
University of Nottingham, United Kindom (Dr. Sina Fischer)
Functional characterisation of the ZIP3 transporter in zip3 mutants in Arabidopsis thaliana and Brassica napus
2022-10-09-
2022-10-23
Dr Filis Morina Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade, Serbia (Prof. Milos Mojovi) Manganese accumulation in mite galls – cell wall binding and real-time detection of ROS formation in Mn-enriched galls
2022-09-03-
2022-10-31
Mr Kumbirai Deon Mandebere Sorbonne University, Paris France (Prof. Christophe Bailly) Screening Arabidopsis mutants to identify novel genes in iron-mediated seed germination
2022-09-03-
2022-10-31
Dr Seckin Eroglu Sorbonne University, Paris, France (Prof. Christophe Bailly) Investigating whether iron increases germination speed through triggering reactive oxygen species production
2022-09-30-
2022-10-22
Dr. Muhammad Imran
Institute of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, Kiel, Germany (Prof. Dr. Karl H. Mühling)
Fate of iron in high pH nutrient solution (alkaline conditions)

 



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