A new STSM call is published.
Deadline for applications to be submitted: no later than [30/ November / 2018]
Notification of application outcome: before [31 / December / 2018]
Period of STSM must be between [14 / January / 2019] and [30 / April / 2019]
If you would like to apply, please follow this link to apply for a Short-term scientific mission (an e-COST profile is required and can be created if needed).
The full call is attached.
See also at https://www.atmospheric-electricity-net.eu/stsm for more info on STSMs and how to apply.
1. UOULU could host an STSM to learn and apply our CRAC:CRII model to compute atmospheric ionization due to energetic particles.
HOST: Ilya Usoskin, [email protected], Space Climate Research Unit, University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland
2. DUTH could host an STSM to study daily variations in radon and their
relation to daily variations in PG. DUTH offers: access to PG and
HOST: Konstantinos Kourtidis, [email protected], Demokritus University of Thrace, Xanthi, Greece.
3. GeoBiomet Research Group at the UNIVERSITY OF CANTABRIA could host an STSM to study nanoparticles electric charge in the atmosphere and their relation to daily Circulation Weather Types in Northern Spain. GeoBioMet Research Group offers access to nanoparticles measurements and meteorological data.
HOST: Pablo Fernandez de Arroyabe Hernaez, [email protected], University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain.
The STSMs of the list above are simply suggestions from potential hosts and any other STSM will be welcome. The list above only serves the purpose of enabling potential STSM candidates to have some help in at least seeing who is doing what. The list is not restrictive and potential STSM candidates can propose hosts and STSMs different from the above.