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Workshops

Open for all BECC-associated researchers

Please consider gender aspects, interdisciplinary aspects, synthesis, stakeholder and the connection between Gothenburg and Lund when submitting proposals for different activities.

BECC welcomes workshop initiatives within its area of interest. Any member of BECC can apply for funds for workshops. Workshops serve many purposes: to update a scientific area of particular interest to BECC, to interact with stakeholders, to initiate research applications and more. Applications that has a well-defined end product, such as a scientific publication, draft application or stakeholder interaction event are prioritized. 

We encourage applicants to also generate funding from other sources. Thus, applications for co-funding of workshops, for which funding has also been sought from other sources or a cofounded by ongoing research projects, are particularly welcome. Application can be sent in with optional budgets, depending on if external grants are successful, provided the maximum amount is still within the limit. 

A workshop can be funded by maximum 100,000 SEK.

A BECC workshop:
•    is open to all BECC researchers (invitation through the BECC Newsletter and BECC event calendar),
•    contains BECC-related research which is well connected to researchers in BECC,
•    considers gender aspects as well as inter-disciplinary aspects, stakeholder interaction and the connection between Gothenburg and Lund universities when relevant,
•    is completed when reported in LUCRIS, on BECC’s web site and in the BECC Newsletter.

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

Use this template to make sure that all requested information about your workshop is included in the application: 
Proposal for a BECC workshop (DOCX, 19 kB)

 

Contact

Discuss your idea with a coordinator or theme leader.

The BECC board

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