Date: 
13 March 2020

 

SSHOC is looking for SSH researchers willing to test the alpha release of the SSH Open Marketplace and report back on their experience at a dedicated workshop to be held during the ICTeSSH 2020 conference in Amsterdam

What’s in it for you?

  1. You will be granted privileged access to the not-yet- launched SSH Open Marketplace. A week prior to the workshop, you’ll be asked to test the platform and services on the basis of a set of predefined questions. 

  2. During the workshop you’ll have the opportunity to share your findings  in a round table discussion. 

  3. The SSHOC project will reimburse your travel and registration expenses - discover more below. 

 

Who

We're looking for a maximum of four researchers from different SSH disciplines - see criteria below.

 

How

Submit your expression of interest by completing and submitting the webform below before 15 April. Candidates selected will be notified by 30 April. 

Click here for full information about the workshop and to register for the ICTeSSH 2020 conference.

Eligible costs

 

Expenses which will be covered include:

  • 2 nights’ accommodation (max 150 €/per night)
  • Conference fee 
  • Flights, trains and public transport to and from the conference venue (Note: Economy fares only and costs for licensed taxis covered only if public transport is not available)

 

Criteria

 

Applicants should satisfy the following criteria:

  • Domain researchers or data experts in any stage of their career. 
  • Resident/working in one of the EU Member states or associated countries (for reference please consult the following link).

 

Your tasks

 

  • You will be granted privileged access to the not-yet- launched SSH Open Marketplace. A week prior to the workshop, you’ll be asked to test the platform and services on the basis of a set of predefined questions. 
  • You will be required to write a publishable summary about your testing experience to be used in a SSHOC report and news item. You will be mentioned as the author.
  • You will be required to present your findings at a roundtable discussion during the workshop, (ppt template provided).

 

 

 

Application Form

 

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