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Please consider gender aspects, inter-disciplinary aspects, synthesis, stakeholder and the connection between Gothenburg and Lund when sending in proposals for different activities.

BECC welcomes initiatives such as workshops within BECC’s area of interest. Any member of BECC can apply for funds for workshops, but the board in particular welcomes proposals from themes and action groups.

Applications for co-funding of workshops for which funding have also been sought from other sources, for example from other research projects, research councils or donations, are particularly encouraged.

Use Filethis template to make sure all information about your workshop is in the application

Workshop Guidelines

The board has set up short guidelines concerning BECC workshops. A BECC workshop is:

  • Open to all BECC researchers (invitation through the newsletter)
  • Contains BECC related research which is well connected to researchers in BECC.
  • Reported on BECCs web-site and in Newsletters when workshop is completed.

The board has decided on a standard grant for a BECC workshop up to 100 000 SEK (the sum includes OH), but this can vary depending on workshop content and format.

When applying for a workshop grant in BECC the proposal should state what other type of financing has been applied for or that exist.

Decisions on workshops are taken by the BECC board. Proposals for workshops can be submitted at any time.

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Discuss your idea with coordinator or theme leader.

Send your proposal to lina [dot] nikoleris [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se (subject: BECC) (Lina Nikoleris)