CNRS-IPSL offers 1000€ grants (contribution to travel and subsistence T&S costs) for scientific visitors that would like to conduct research at the SIRTA Observatory. This applies to (young) scientists that would like to benefit from training or (senior) scientists that want to take advantage of the rich observation environment to conduct their research project.
ACTRIS TNA grants target the fallowing users:
Follow this procedure (2-6 months prior to your visit)
Important information regarding reimbursement of your T&S costs:
After your visit
The project PI is requested to provide all mandatory TNA reporting documents within a reasonable time frame after the TNA has come to end to the Coordination office including the following documents:
Additionally, any results from work carried out under the ACTRIS-2 TNA activity (e.g., publications, conference contributions) must be reporting to the Coordination office and must acknowledge the project and support of the European Community as follows:
This [infrastructure] [insert type of result] is part of a project that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654109.
Access must be trans-national; 20% limit to users outside EU MS+AS; dissemination of TNA results is mandatory (except for SMEs)