CALL for GRANTS for the European Meeting of Young Geomorphologists (Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France, 9-11 June 2023)
The International Association of Geomorphologists (IAG) offers 2 travel grants of 300 (three-hundred) Euros to support the participation of two Young Geomorphologists* worldwide (except those based in France, Switzerland and Italy) who are willing to take part in the European Meeting of Young Geomorphologists (Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France, 9–11 June 2023). The preference will be given to applicants for countries without young geomorphologists groups. The meeting is organised by the Young Geomorphologists of the Swiss, French and Italian Geomorphological Societies under the auspices of the IAG.
The meeting will gather young researchers interested in geomorphology. The event will focus on regional-scale studies, including the interactions between climate change, human societies and landscape evolution in fluvial, periglacial and glacial environments. The program of the meeting involves: i) a conference, where the participants will present their research, and ii) a two-days excursion in Chamonix Valley and Veny Valley to discover the fluvial and periglacial geomorphology in alpine environments.
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Applications from candidates who already achieved one or more IAG grants totalling 500 euros or more in the past 3 years will not be eligible.
Candidates for IAG GRANTS are requested to submit the following files up to Monday 20 February 2023:
- Application form (.pdf/.doc);
- Short CV (maximum 2 pages long), including no more than 10 papers;
- Certificate of the highest degree achieved (with the date of achievement);
- Abstract submitted (or to be submitted) to the event.
Files should be submitted to:
Anita Bernatek-Jakiel and Efthimios Karymbalis, IAG Training Officers
e-mail: email@example.com (e-mail subject: “Chamonix-Mont-Blanc 2023”)
The selection of candidates will be carried out by a Commission appointed by the IAG Executive Committee.
*Undergraduate or postgraduate – Masters/PhD students or scientists who have received their highest degree, i.e. BSc, MSc, or PhD, within the past seven years. Provided parental leave fell into that period, up to one year of parental leave time may be added per child, where appropriate.