Expertise

Call for WoRMS Award Nominations

The WoRMS Achievement Award is an annual recognition of an editor or team who has made an outstanding contribution to WoRMS in general. 

The WoRMS Early Career Researchers Award is intended to recognise the effort of a scientist who has contributed to WoRMS significantly as an editor within about 10 years of their PhD.  The jury will take into account career breaks and other factors in considering what qualifies as 'early career', and recognise some excellent editors may not have a PhD.

Call for Master Research Fellowship at Instituto Superior Técnico

Calls are open for a Master fellowship within the framework of the Kraken-Ocean project. The fellowship will be within the area of Control, Automation and Industrial Informatics. To be eligible for the call, applicants must have a Masters degree in Mechanical or Mechatronics Engineering, a knowledge of finite element modelling software, MATLAB and C++. They must also possess considerable research or academic experience in the Control, Automation and Industrial Informatics sector.

POGO-SCOR Visiting Fellowships

The 2018 edition of the LOGO-SCOR Visiting Fellowships is currently seeking applicants. This programme is jointly funded by POGO and the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) and is designed to promote training and capacity building leading towards a global observation scheme for the oceans. The Programme has been a success for over fifteen years, with more than 160 fellowships awarded since 2001.

 

Call for CLIOTOP Task Teams

IMBeR's Climate Impacts on Top Oceanic Predators (CLIOTOP) international science programme has opened its call for nominations. CLIOTOP is an international research network that is open to researchers, managers, and policy makers involved in research related to large marine species. Network participants organise large-scale comparative efforts to elucidate key processes involved in the interaction between climate variability and change and human uses of the ocean, on the structure of pelagic ecosystems and large marine species.

New EKLIPSE Calls for Knowledge now open

EKLIPSE is developing a European Mechanism to answer requests from policy makers and other societal actors on biodiversity and ecosystem services related issues. A large part of the EKLIPSE budget is made available to the wider community through open calls so that policy-makers and other societal actors can tell the network what they need, and can discuss with EKLIPSE members how best they can meet applicants needs to make better decisions for our environment.