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06/05/2021 - 10:00

Digital information meeting about the research network COST

  • Anna Tranberg
  • 06/05/2021 - 10:00

Through international network projects, COST wants to use research resources more efficiently. The research is conducted in technology, social sciences and medicine and covers everything from basic research to applied research. Interdisciplinarity and collaboration between research groups in the participating countries are particularly emphasized. Participation is open to universities, as well as the public and private sectors.

Collaborations within COST are channeled via so-called COST Actions, which can be described as a network dedicated to scientific collaboration, complementing national research funds. There is no central project financing within COST, but the initiative provides funding for networking and exchange of experience in the COST actions.

At this information meeting organised by Vinnova - Sweden's innovation agency, you will get an overall picture of COST. We will talk about how to join a COST Action as well as tips and advice on what you need to think about before a COST proposal. We will also inform about the opportunity to participate as an expert in COST's Review Panels.


Agenda

Welcome and introduction

Presentation from the COST Association
Christer Halen, Senior Administrator Science Operations
How can you get involved in a COST Action and submit an application?

Experiences from a COST Action
Tbc.
Members in the Management Committee for COST Action for Distant Reading for European Literary History

Experience from a COST Review Panelist
Yvonne Becherini, Associate Professor in Physics, Linnaeus University

Experiences from a COST Action
Martin Persson, Professor in Health Sciences, Kristianstad University
COST Action Chair for European Cleft and Craniofacial Initiative for Equality in Care

Summary and wrap up


More information and registration can be found here.


Please note that there is a limited number of digital seats at the meeting, a maximum of 300 participants. If the meeting is fully booked, a waiting list is drawn up. The meeting will not be recorded.