Interested individuals are invited to submit applications by 20 September 2021; nominators (Governments or organizations) are invited to submit their nominations by 27 September 2021. More detailed information on the process of application and nomination can be found in notification EM/2021/19.
IPBES has launched an open call for fellows to take part in its upcoming nexus and transformative change assessments.
The European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling (ECORD) is sponsoring merit-based awards for outstanding young scientists to conduct innovative research related to the International Ocean Discovery Program. The research may be directed toward the objectives of upcoming or past DSDP/ODP/IODP expeditions, using core material and/or data.
In 2021 EuroMarine is organising a slate of distinct, parallel calls:
The Nippon Foundation-POGO Centre of Excellence (NF-POGO CofE) provides world class education and training courses in the field of observational oceanography, since 2008. Starting in 2013, the NF-POGO CofE has been hosted by the Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany's foremost polar and marine research institution. The next training programme (NF-POGO CofE Phase III) will start in late 2021 / early 2022. The call is open until the 29th of March 2021.
CCMAR has announced the opening of their 2020 Call for CCMAR-FCT Doctoral Research Fellowships, which will award a monthly stipend of €1064 to successful applicants to help support their research on a selection of topics.
15 applicants will be selected for the fellowship and will be awarded for 1 year, with the potential of renewing up to 48 months. Applicants must:
Due to the significant uncertainties in summer courses and research planning caused by Covid-19, this call has been extended to 29 May 2020.
Please note as well that due to the current situation we are accepting applications for training events both in-person and online, and these events may take place up to 30 September 2021.
In 2020, EuroMarine is organising three distinct, parallel calls:
The Partnership for Observation of the Global Ocean (POGO) will be offering a number of shipboard fellowship opportunities onboard research vessels during 2020, as it has done in previous years. This programme is designed to promote training and capacity building leading towards a global observation scheme for the oceans.
As part of their effort to include early career marine researchers in the latest developments in lagoon research, the Murray Foundation has provided funding for grants for a limited number of students. The EuroLag9 conference is devoted to science, research and management issues that are related to lagoons and transitional areas, and is a leading symposium in this field.
In 2019 (as in 2018), EuroMarine organises two distinct, parallel calls:
- A call for proposals of activities
- A call for application for individual fellowships (the present call), targeting EuroMarine PhD students and scholars in their first post-doctoral position, to let them attend an advanced course of their choice
The general terms of both calls have been preannounced on 6 March 2019.