ESF MEETINGS: G2: Workshops: Call Dec 2010

This call is now CLOSED: these pages are left for information purposes only

For this THIRD GREAT-ESF Workshop call,
the deadline will be 21st December 2010 (at 18.00 GMT) - with all supported workshops to have completed within one year from this date.

A workshop will be a meeting of between one to four days and bring together between 10 and 50 people.

Please submit a brief application through the
GREAT ESF science meetings call page.

The proposal should include the following information:
  • Science Meeting Type = Workshop
  • Title of Science Meeting:
  • Location of Meeting:
  • Date of meeting - start and end dates (where the end date must be before 20th Dec 2011)
  • Estimated expenditure - total and then broken down into: Travel/ Accommodation/ Meals (lunch and dinner)/ Local administrative costs (please give costs in Euro).
  • Indicate any additional co-sponsorship income.
  • The form also asks for contact information of the proposer
To this you will also need to upload a single pdf file (max 5MB) containing a maximum of four pages:
  • a 'Scientific Summary (max 1000 words) and an Abstract (max 70 words)
  • the outline meeting programme
  • names of the organiser and provisional organising group
  • a case (no more than 2 pages of the 4 total) for the workshop covering: rationale, timeliness, aims, list of topics to be discussed, key speakers and participants, venue, how it fits to the objectives of GREAT, and envisaged outcomes. Note that outcomes may include suggestions for further activities within the GREAT programme such as a conference or training schools.
  • Please use a font size of 11pt or greater, with margins no smaller than 15mm.
Please note that for the Workshop application "a short CV of the scientific organiser including a list of five publications" is NOT required - please ignore the ESF submission page requirement for this.

key objectives of GREAT can be found in detail in the Programme Proposal or as identified at previous GREAT plenary meetings.

All proposals will be evaluated by the GREAT Steering Committee with results being provided to the applicants by mid January 2011.