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Finland

France

FYR of Macedonia

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Russian Federation

Serbia

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Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom

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STSMs - Short-Term Scientific Missions

This section of the website features information, reports, and an interactive map (see below) of STSMs completed and granted within COST TD1104 Action.
 
Short-Term Scientific Missions (STSMs) are aimed at contributing to the scientific objectives of the COST TD1104 Action by supporting individual mobility of scientists.
These missions allow scientists to go to an institution or laboratory to foster collaboration, to strengthen the existing collaboration, to learn new techniques or perform experimental work using instruments and/or methods not available in their own institution/laboratory. They are particularly intended for young scientists, but senior researchers may also apply.
 
The Applicant should be engaged in a research programme as postgraduate student or postdoctoral fellow, or be employed by or officially affiliated to an institution or legal entity. An STSM may be approved between Home and Host institutions from countries and legal entities which signed the MoU of the TD1104 Action.
 
STSMs of minimum 5 working days and maximum 90 days are generally granted. The financial support for an STSM is a contribution to the costs of travel and subsistence during the mission. The STSM grant is collected as reimbursement after the Grantee reports on the mission are approved. The submission of an STSM Application is possible during an open Call (every grant period of 1 year has 1-2 Calls for STSMs).
 
Detailed information and instructions about STSM procedures, templates of letters and reports, and a demo file on the online registration of Application, are available in the www.electroporation.net – private section.


Interactive map of STSMs
use the drag-and-drop mouse technique to move the map around and bring interesting points into focus, scroll with mouse wheel to zoom in/out or simply use the native controls embedded in the map

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