HyperChildNET launches its fourth call for Virtual Mobility Grants.

Virtual Mobilities are aimed at strengthening the network of HyperChildNET and its Working Groups (WG) by allowing researchers and innovators to carry out collaboration in a virtual setting, to exchange knowledge, learn new techniques, disseminate Action results, etc. performing activities that do not necessarily require in-person presence.

Who can participate?

The VM applicants are Action participants with a primary affiliation to an institution located in a country considered COST Full Member, COST Cooperating Member or COST Partner Member.

Applications submitted by Young Researchers will be prioritised.

The applicants shall present an application form which demonstrates the outcomes that generate benefits to the Action, actively contribute to the overall objectives and relevant deliverables of HyperChildNET and its WGs; and submit an activity report at the end, to be approved by the HyperChildNET COST Action.

Deadline & dates

Applications can be sent through the eCOST platform until January 31, 2024.

The grant duration is proposed by the applicant, and depends on the activities foreseen in each Virtual Mobility action (no minimum length).

Period to carry out the Virtual Mobilities approved by HyperChildNET: from its official appointment up to September 15th, 2024.

Other criteria of the candidates that can be valuable:

  • Experience and qualification in the topics of the corresponding HyperChildNET Working Groups.
  • Capacity to provide an added value to the actions planned in the HyperChildNET Working Groups as reflected in their application forms.
  • Experience in team management and virtual collaboration in the framework of research projects.

Call text

In this link you can download the full text of this call: HyperChildNET Virtual Mobility Grants, call for applicants GP4

Published On: 22 de December de 2023Categories: Calls, Health care professionals, News, Researchers, Virtual Mobility grants

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