The second Call for JERICO-NEXT for Transnational Access to Coastal Observatories is open from February 20 to April 10, 2017
The JERICO-NEXT project is offering access to Observing systems, such as ferrybox lines, fixed platforms, including cabled observatories, glider fleets, and fishing vessels based in coastal and shelf-sea areas around Europe.
Supporting facilities, such as calibration and research laboratories, complete the offer, as also certain specific kinds of special equipment. These may be used alone or in conjunction with one or more of the observing systems, but priority will be given to the projects using the both (Supporting facilities/Special equipment and Observing systems).
You can browse for available infrastructures and facilities to find the ones most suitable to your research purposes by navigating the interactive TNA map or directly browsing the online catalogue by type or by country.
The access is free of charge. Moreover, the facility operators will provide you with logistical, technical and scientific support, and any special training required to use the assigned infrastructure. A financial contribution is also available for your travel, stay and shipping of your equipment to the infrastructure.
Read more on the project’s website.
For more information, please contact Stefania Sparnocchia at firstname.lastname@example.org