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Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM) are exchange visits aimed at strengthening existing networks and fostering collaboration between researchers that contribute to the objectives of the Action.
PESFOR-W STSMs – Second call in the fourth grant period NOW CLOSED
Criteria for selecting STSMs will include:-
Priority topics under this call include:
Under COST rules, for the duration of their STSM, successful applicants become ineligible for reimbursement of subsistence expenses (hotels and meals) for COST Action meetings – including those of other Actions (irrespective of MC membership, or leadership position held).
The STSM coordinator for PESFOR-W is Dr Zuzana Sarvasova (contacts below) and enquiries and applications should be made to her in the first instance. Applications can only be submitted by using the on-line registration tool described in the COST Vademecum and forwarding the necessary documents to the STSM Manager.
Dr Zuzana Sarvasova, National Forest Centre, Zvolen, Slovakia.
email – firstname.lastname@example.org
tel: +42 145 531 4124
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