First STSM Awardees

First STSM Awardees

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The first Short Term Scientific Mission grant call has finalized successfully! Eight applications were rewarded with a grant and will go on a STSM in the next month.

In January, a first call for STSM grants was launched, for missions within the first year of GliMR. At the deadline of January, 31th 2020, at least 20 submissions were received. Using transparent scoring rules, published together with these goals, both the quality of project, as well as of the applicant were evaluated by three reviewers. Applicants of ITC’s and ECI were granted an additional advantage.

Of the 20 submissions, 14 were evaluated as complete. Of those, the eight applications with the highest scores were granted. Congratulations to Ruben, Umberto, Beatrice, Ayesha, Burcu, Fatemehsadat, Hande, and Gökçe! Read more about their missions on the STSM awardees page.

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