Short term scientific missions

Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs) are exchange visits aimed at supporting individual mobility, serving as a key tool to support SHINE COST Action (CA18236). They allow participating scientists to visit an institution or laboratory in another Participating COST Country. STSMs are aimed to promote research collaborations, to learn about new research techniques or to perform numerical modelling or experiments using instruments/tools and/or methodologies not available in or of interest for the home institution/laboratory of the Applicant. An STSM should specifically fit in the scientific objectives of the SHIINE COST Action (CA18236). General instructions for application and eligibility criteria are reported below.

 Please see  instructions for applying to undertake a STSM

 

 Here are overviews of previous STSMs

 1 ITC grant:    April 2022 Radenko Matic, Presentation

 STSM grants:  

November 2020 Stevo Popovic

 Presentation

 September 2021 Radenko Matic, Overview 

 Presentation of STSM,Video 

 September 2021 Kadri Kangro STSM by Kadri Kangro

September 2021 Maria Diacon  STSM by Maria Diacon,      Presentation of STSM

 September 2021 Taskin Dirsehan  STSM by Taskin Dirsehan

February 2022 Klodiana Gorica STSM by Klodian Gorica

February 2022 Doriana Matraku  STSM by Doriana Matraku

Virtual networking tools in 2021:

Collaborative data and virtual PSI panel on ISIRC 2021, Peter Broekema

MOOC on Developing Socially Innovative Solutions for Sustainable Development Goals Through Design Thinking, Seyithan Ates

Approaching the Social Innovation Through the Legislative and Executive Mechanisms of the European Union, Maria Diacon, Overview

Working Group 1

CONTACT:

Chair of the WG 1

Dr. Nick Spencer  

nick.spencer@northumbria.ac.uk

Working Group 2

CONTACT: 

Chair of the WG 2

Prof. Carmen Paunescu

carmen.paunescu@ase.ro

Working Group 3

CONTACT:

Chair of the WG 3

Dr. Peter Meister-Broekema

p.meister-broekema@pl.hanze.nl

Working Group 4

CONTACT:

Chair of the WG 4

Dr.Daniel Gabaldón-Estevan

Daniel.Gabaldon@uv.es