STSM

Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM) are institutional visits aimed at supporting individual mobility, fostering collaboration between individuals. STSM applicants must be engaged in an official research programme as a PhD Student or postdoctoral fellow or can be employed by, or affiliated to, an institution, organisation or legal entity which has within its remit a clear association with performing research. The institutions / organisation or legal entity where applicants pursue their main strand of research are considered as Home institutions. The Host institution is the institution / organisation that will host the successful applicant. PhD students, postdocs and “Early Career Investigators” (ECI: an individual who is within a time span of up to 8 years from the date they obtained their PhD/doctorate) are specifically encouraged to participate in the STSM program. Detailed information on applicant’s eligibility, rules and other issues can be found in the attached “COST Vademecum” and “STSM User Guide” files.

 

For more information on STSMs and the application procedure, please consult the COST Vademecum or contact the STSM Manager:

Prof. Nevenka Rajic (RS)
e-mail: nena@tmf.bg.ac.rs

 

In order to apply for an STSM, please follow the link: apply for a Short-term scientific mission (link opens in new window - an e-COST profile is required and can be created if needed).

 

Full list of STSMs implement during the whole Action period (4 years)

Nine (9) STSMs were implemented during the 1st GP of the Action.

 

  Implemented STSMs

Starting from the 2nd Grant Period, and on the basis of recently announced guidelines from COST Association, Calls for STSMs will be announcedregularly within the Grant Period, i.e. 3-4 per year.

 

You may find here some general information about the STSM announcement, selection and payment process

 

Eleven (11) STSMs were implemented during the 2nd GP of the Action.

 

  1st Call for STSMs

 

The 1st Call for STSMs was announced on 24 June 2015.

 

You may find here the implemented STSMs of the 1st Call.

 

  2nd Call for STSMs

 

The 2nd Call for STSMs was announced on 16-10-2015.

 

You may find here the implemented STSMs of the 2nd Call.

 

  3rd Call for STSMs

 

 

The 3rd Call for STSMs was announced on 19-1-2016.

 

You may find here the implemented STSMs of the 3rd Call.

 

  4th Call for STSMs

 

The 4th Call for STSMs was announced on 19-2-2016.

 

You may find here the implemented STSMs of the 4th Call.

Seven (7) STSMs were implemented during the 3rd GP of the Action

 

  1st Call for STSMs

 

The 1st Call for STSMs was announced on 18-5-2016.

 

You may find here the implemented STSMs of the 1st Call.

 

  2nd Call for STSMs

 

The 2nd Call for STSMs was announced on 14-12-2016.

 

You may find here the implemented STSMs of the 2nd Call.

 

  3rd & 4th Call for STSMs

 

The 3rd & 4th Call for STSMs was announced on 17-2-2017.

 

You may find here the implemented STSMs of the 3rd & 4th Call.

 

The applicants are also advised to consult COST Vademecum (pg. 35) and STSM UserGuide for more detailed information and instruction.

 

Twenty four (24) STSMs were implemented during the 4th GP of the Action.

 

  1st Call for STSMs

 

The 1st Call for STSMs in the 4th Grand Period can be found here

 

STSMs implemented within the 1st Call.

 

  2nd Call for STSMs

 

The 2nd Call for STSMs in the 4th Grand Period can be found here.

 

STSMs implemented within the 2nd Call.

 

  3rd Call for STSMs

 

The 3rd Call for STSMs in the 4th Grand Period can be found here

 

STSMs implemented within the 3rd Call.

 

  4th Call for STSMs

 

The 4th Call for STSMs in the 4th Grand Period can be found here

 

STSMs implemented within the 4th Call.

 

 

 

 

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