Fast-track

**This proposal form is for workshops/meetings that require a funding decision to be made before the next funding call deadline.**

The next funding call deadline will be in the Northern Hemisphere Spring, 2018. Actual date TBC.

To be considered for PAGES' support, applications must state a convincing reason for requiring a "fast-track" funding decision. Other criteria include:

- Relevance to PAGES' Science Structure and PAGES' themes
- Open i.e. offering an opportunity for interested colleagues to register or submit an application
International participation. Please keep in mind travel restrictions when choosing a meeting location and consider alternative ways of participation for those unable to travel, i.e. recording major presentations, having online presentations via Skype, etc.
- Multi-disciplinary involvement
- Forward thinking
- Aiming to integrate, coordinate, and/or synthesize
- Encouraging the participation of early-career scientists (until ca. 5 years after PhD) and those from developing countries (including BRICS countries).

 

Applicants must now contact a relevant member of PAGES SSC before this proposal is submitted to advise them of your plans. Applications received without SSC member notification will not be looked upon favorably.

 

If you are applying for fast-track support for an official PAGES working group, first read the criteria here before filling out the form below. PAGES support is usually around US$5,000 and no more than US$10,000 per workshop/meeting. Occasionally in the case of official PAGES working groups, where a very good case is made, funding may be extended to a maximum of US$15,000.

 

If you are applying for open call fast-track support, first read the criteria here before filling out the form below. PAGES support is usually around US$5,000 and no more than US$10,000 per workshop/meeting.

 

If you are applying for educational fast-track support, first read the criteria here before filling out the form below. PAGES support is usually around US$5,000 and no more than US$10,000 per workshop/meeting. Funding is typically allocated to support the travel costs of participants from developing countries or the attendance of international scientists at meetings in developing countries.

 

Please note: This form will time-out after 2 hours. To avoid loss of data, prepare your proposal offline using this template (MS Word) and then copy-paste text blocks into the form.

 

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