Event

COST Joint-Nordic Information Day

Welcome to an information session focusing on the role and impact of the COST programme and the benefits of participating in COST. The meeting is aimed at researchers and innovators at all career stages and from all research fields.

Date

23 April 2024

Time

13.00–15.30

Place

Digital via Zoom

Arrangörer

This webinar is organised by the Swedish Research Council in collaboration with other nordic COST CNCs.

Registration
Last day to register is April 22.

Programme

Times below are in CET (Central European Time)

13.00–13.05 Welcome and introduction,

Dr. Ronald de Bruin, Director of the COST Association

13.05–13.20 What is COST?

COST Governance Officer

13.20–13.35 How to join and participate in a COST Action? Working groups, Management Committee etc.,

COST Science Officer

13.35–14.00 How to submit a new COST Action proposal? Network of proposers, budget etc.,

COST Science Officer

14.00–14.20 Which activities are funded?

COST Administrative Officer

14.20–14.25 Break


14.25–15.05 What are the benefits of participating in a COST Action? Successful COST stories and testimonials by Nordic COST participants, COST CNCs and COST researchers from Nordic countries


15.05–15.30 Q&A


15.30 End of the event

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Contact

Cost National Coordinator, CNC

Nina Glimster

cost@vr.se

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