Short Term Scientific Missions
STSMs are primarily intended for PhD students and Early Career Investigators (ECI)/young researchers to visit other research groups in order to acquire new expertise, to contribute their expertise to particular projects, and to exchange ideas within participating institutions in order to contribute to the final aims of the SPRINT Action. STSMs will help PhD students and early-stage researchers to develop contacts and collaborators. STSMs will be organized as short visits, typically of few weeks, but exceptionally of longer duration, between members.
MC: Action Management Committee
NNC: Near Neighbour Country
IPC: International Partner Country
EC: European Commission
EU: European Union
European RTD Organisation : European research and Development Organisation
The evaluation of STSM applications is performed by the STSM Committee and the STSM Coordinator and the Grant Holder will decide the STSM winners based on the grading score from the STSM Committee, how the proposal fits with the scopes of the SPRINT Action, and on available funds.
Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Experimental and Clinical Traumatology
in the AUVA trauma research center, Austrian Cluster for Tissue Regeneration
For more information, please consult the STSM User guide
From May 1, 2019 to April 30, 2020 SPRINT will grant approximately 9 STSMs:
The First Call is dedicated to short missions (5-90 days)
Now accepting applications!
The Second Call is dedicated to long missions (90-180 days) and reserved for Early Career Investigators
(ECI, with 8 years of having obtained their doctorate degree)
The deadline for the Second call will be in October 2019