REMINDER: Gaia GREAT ESF Funding Opportunity - Workshops, Exchange Visits - Deadline 25 Jun 2013

Dear All,

This is a reminder that the next GREAT ESF call for proposals closes *Tuesday 25th June 2013* (@
18.00 GMT). Details as below.

Yours, Nicholas Walton

(on behalf of the GREAT ESF RNP Steering Committee)

Nicholas A Walton wrote, on 25/03/2013 17:02:
Dear All,

Today our current GREAT ESF call for proposals to support a range of
networking activities has been issued.

In particular you will find calls to support the following:

a) Workshops - see

b) Longer Exchange visits - see
(Note that for short exchange visits only, proposals can be made at any

The links above provide full details for each funding opportunity
together with the link to the proposal submission page.

The deadlines for receipt of proposals are *Tuesday 25th June 2013* (@
18.00 GMT).  All proposals will be evaluated by the GREAT ESF Steering
Committee with replies by email to proposers made by end July 2013.

For this open call, proposals are welcome to support networking in any
area within the science scope of the GREAT programme. Please check the
list of previously supported calls on the wiki page Proposals
covering similar topics to those recently supported are also welcome but
will need to demonstrate a clear additional value.

General information concerning the GREAT programme is available at

Also - please remember that the GREAT Plenary will be held 10-12 July
2013 at the EWASS 2013 meeting in Turku, Finland. For details see This will be the last GREAT
Plenary prior to the launch of Gaia and thus there will be a significant
focus on what the Gaia data releases will be, and when they will be.
Thus, aim to attend if possible.

Yours, Nicholas Walton

(on behalf of the GREAT ESF RNP Steering Committee)

Dr Nicholas A. Walton
Institute of Astronomy          Tel:   +44 1223 337503
University of Cambridge         Fax:   +44 1223 337523
Madingley Road                  WWW:
Cambridge, CB3 0HA              email: naw at

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