With in NDNS you can apply for financial support for the following:


Travel
NDNS+ PhD Travel Grant

Target group:  PhD’s in NDNS+ research groups.

What can you apply for?
These travel grants are for longer (1-3 months) extended  international research visits /collaborative work from PhDs, not for attending conferences or workshops. 
The minimum stay is one month. NDNS+ travel grants can cover your airfare or train ticket plus a maximum of €1.750 per month for living expenses. The maximum grant is €6.000 (total).

Who can apply?
PhD students in NDNS+ (the local team leaders decide who is in NDNS+). 
Your trip must take place during your PhD (i.e. after you start and before you finish your PhD).

When to apply?
At least one month before your planned visit.

How to apply?

Please fill out the following:

The application should be submitted to your local team leader (see below), who must approve it and forward it to info-sacs-ewi@utwente.nl

NDNS+ Researcher Travel Grant

Target group:  Researchers in NDNS+ research groups.

What can you apply for?
These travel grants are for longer (1-3 months) extended  international research visits /collaborative work from NDNS+ Researchers which strengthens international cooperation and offers possibilities for innovation in research, but not for attending conferences or workshops. 
The minimum stay is one month. NDNS+ travel grants  cover   travel and accommodation costs to maximum of € 2.500 per month are assessed by the board in order of arrival.

Who can apply?
Researchers members of NDN+

When to apply?
At least one month before your planned visit.

How to apply?

Please fill out the following:

The application should be submitted to the NDNS+ board at:  info-sacs-ewi@utwente.nl


Decision:

The head of NDNS+ will check whether sufficient funds are still available and communicate the decision to the applicant and the local team leader within two weeks of submission. When your request is awarded you will receive an award letter explaining the rest of the procedure.

Visitors

Target group: Foreign visitors in the NDNS+ research area.

What can you apply for?
These Visitor grants are for longer (1-3 month) visits to the Netherlands by international researchers (not PhD students) in the NDNS + research field in order to stimulates research collaboration and the Dutch research climate.

NDNS+ Visitor grants cover: travel and accommodation costs to a maximum of € 2.500  per month with a maximum of € 5.000 and are assessed by the board in order of arrival.

How to apply?

Please fill out the following:

The application should be submitted to the NDNS+ Board at: info-sacs-ewi@utwente.nl

Workshops and Conferences

Target group: NDNS+ researchers.
Goal/results: 

  • contributions to workshops/conferences in the Netherlands.
  • organization of the NDNS + part of the Dutch Mathematical Congress (NMC) new style, including an extra connecting NDNS + day. This activity ensures community building and expertise exchange.
  • organization of a two-day meeting for NDNS+ PhD’s to stimulate community building between PhD’s and to broaden their horizons.
  • Focused Activity Group: organization (in collaboration between members of various NDNS + groups or with other clusters) of some smaller activities around a specific theme, to encourage activities within the NDNS+ cluster or with another clusters and to promote cooperation and innovation.
  • Dissemination of NDNS+ research; teaming up with partners outside the cluster.

Information:  Support can be requested to a maximum of 2500€. There should be a clear link to the NDNS+ cluster. For smaller events, one or two days, there is a maximum of 1000€.  In individual cases the NDNS+ Board may allow higher requests.

How to apply?
Please fill out the following Funding event appliciaton form and send it to the board of NDNS+ at: info-sacs-ewi@utwente.nl .

Decision:
The NDNS+ Board  will check whether sufficient funds are still available and communicate the decision to the applicant within two weeks of submission. When your request is awarded you will receive an award letter explaining the rest of the procedure.