[OSGeo-Discuss] RDA EU Early Career support Programme for the RDA10 @ Montrèal, Canada
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Thu Jun 22 08:38:31 PDT 2017
The Research Data Alliance ( https://www.rd-alliance.org ) is a community-driven organization that brings together data scientists, computer scientists, and domain scientists with one common goal – to remove the barriers to data sharing and reuse. The RDA Plenaries are working meetings held every six months in different places around the world focused on helping move the community forward in creating tangible deliverables that improve data sharing across disciplines, technologies, and countries.
RDA Europe is offering travel support to Early Career European Researchers & Scientists working with Data to attend the 10th RDA Plenary meeting, to be held in Montrèal, Canada, 19-21 September 2017 .The programme has offered grant winners the opportunity to engage directly and support the work of RDA Working and Interest groups, to learn and contribute and become a part of the RDA global data sharing community.
Those interested please apply directly through the RDA website (details below) before 14th July 2017, midnight CEST. All candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application after the 31st July 2017.
Find out more about the application & evaluation criteria and submit your application online at https://www.rd-alliance.org/rda-eu-early-career-support-programme-rda-10th-plenary
On a different note, i would also welcome those interested in expanding Geospatial Data Science to join Geospatial IG of RDA that i am chairing. The Geospatial IG will be planning a meeting at Montreal to keep building ideas for the global research agenda for Geospatial Data Science . More details will be informed in due course. Details at https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/geospatial-ig.html
I am looking forward to seeing you all for RDA10 for productive meetings.
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