JRC Malta Young Scientist Award
The Malta Council for Science and Technology (MCST) is receiving proposals under the JRC Malta Young Scientist Award. The aim of this award is to showcase the efforts of Maltese young scientists to the JRC.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission’s science and knowledge service which provides independent scientific advice and support to EU policy. Its work has a direct impact on the lives of citizens by contributing with its research outcomes to a healthy and safe environment, secure energy supplies, sustainable mobility and consumer health and safety.
JRC Awards will be selected by MCST through a two phase process. Six young scientists from Malta (one per each thematic unit) will be selected for the award. They will visit the JRC Ispra site for 2.5 days in May or June 2017. The JRC Award will cover the costs for the flight and accommodation for the respective visit. The event programme will include;
• A general overview of JRC as the science and knowledge service of the European Commission,
• Presentation of the visitor’s projects to JRC scientists,
• “Shadowing” of a JRC scientist according to the individual fields of interest,
• Visits of some of the main JRC laboratories in Ispra,
Interested Applicants are to submit their application documents electronically to email@example.com keeping firstname.lastname@example.org in copy, with “JRC Malta Young Scientist Award” as a subject heading. Applications should be received by not later than Friday 28th of April 2017 at 5pm (GMT +1). All submissions should be initialised or stamped on each page of the application form and a full signature by the applicant and head of entity on page 5 of the application form. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Only one application per scientist may be submitted and will be evaluated by MCST.
Further information can be obtained by calling Dr. Melchior Cini on 2360 2153