Key research areas for mobility are identified and regularly updated in close collaboration with the Jointly Executed Research Activities. Mobility plans are drawn up annually to exchange personnel at different levels by making internal calls and by organising joint appointments of staff. Organisations having specific temporary positions available could welcome professors or researchers coming from other ENDURE partners, if consistent with the network's objectives. Joint dissertations will be pursued so that PhD students can stay for a long time (for example 12-18 months) in a collaborating laboratory.
Internal mobility involves:
The call for applications opens on September 15th 2009 and the deadline for online applications will be at midnight on November 7th, 2009. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered
CALL IS NOW CLOSED
The fourth internal mobility plan, running from January 1st, 2010 through to November 15th, 2010, will be open to researchers from ENDURE partners. The total number of people included in the plan is not predefined, but will be set in relation to the number of applications and their duration. Both junior and senior researchers are invited to apply.
Those interested should fill in the application form:
The candidates must provide a short CV as well as approval from both hosting and sending institutions.
All documents have to be sent to the activity leader Maurizio Sattin – the message should be sent to his PA: email@example.com – by November 7th, 2009.
All researchers participating in the fourth mobility plan will have to comply with the specific rules detailed below.
Rules and duties
The project should be linked to a specific ENDURE activity and sub-activity(ies). The applicant should clearly state the relevance of his/her project to ENDURE activities.
The grant is intended to cover the travelling costs and stay at the hosting institution, typically for a period of one to two months for experienced researchers and three to six months for junior researchers (PhD and new post-docs).
During the mobility period, the visiting researcher will continue to be employed by his/her sending institution, i.e. ENDURE does not pay any salary. Budget Eligible costs will be:
- € 500 per month for clearly-defined laboratory work
- € 250 per month for a desk job
Bench-fees are not applicable to ENDURE mobility and the contribution to expenses will be directly included in the budget of the hosting institution.
The budget for each researcher will be defined and communicated before the start of the mobility.
The following steps should be taken:
a) the researcher, prior to the start of the visit, has to confirm with the activity leader, Maurizio Sattin, the starting and ending dates of the visit as well as the hosting institution (the message should be sent to his p.a.: firstname.lastname@example.org);
b) at the end of the visit, the researcher has to send a final report to the activity leader, Maurizio Sattin, (the message should be send to his p.a. email@example.com). The final report should be sent within 15 days of the end of his/her visit;
download the form:
c) the researcher will be refunded directly by his/her institution after the activity leader has approved and transmitted the final report to the reference person of the specific organisation. The reference person for each organisation should inform his/her administration of the above rules. If the final report is not provided or it is not approved by the activity leader, the researcher will not be refunded.
For further information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sending Institute||Scientist Name||Category||Topic or mission description||Hosting institute||Duration (months)||Status of Activity||Final report|
|AGROS||Fabio Mascher||Senior scientist||Investigations on Fusarium head blight occurrence on wheat and triticale. Focus on the ecological and epidemiological link between precedent culture of maize and the occurrence of pathogenic Fusaria on wheat and triticale cultivars.||IHAR||0,5||ENDED||
F_R_Mascher [pdf - 119.56 kB]
|CNR||Alberto Orgiazzi||PHD||To study the impact of agricultural practices (for ex.: use of fertilisers and biocides, tillage, land use, etc.) on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) by both ecological and molecular approaches.||AGROS||4||ENDED||
4MP_F_R_Orgiazzi [pdf - 128.13 kB]
|RRES||Geoffrey Caron-Lormier||Post-doc||To consider how to integrate the results of the Meta-analyses of rotations from RA 2.6 with the results of the landscape analysis of RA 2.3 into current understanding||INRA_Avignon + Dijon||1||ENDED||
4MP_F_R_CaronLormier [pdf - 145.63 kB]
|SZIE||Mark Szalai||PhD student||Establishing the possibilities for estimating the effect of crop rotation history (short term) on a suite of plant and invertebrate target organisms.||RRES||2||ENDED||
4th_F_R_Szalai [pdf - 115.89 kB]
|SZIE||Andrea Veres (ex-Katalin Posta)||Junior scientist||To elaborate and to publish the available GIS data about the landscape structure||RRES||1||ENDED||
4MP_F_R_Veres [pdf - 122.68 kB]
|IHAR||Pawel Czembor||Senior scientist||To learn methods of yellow rust management under controlled environment and field conditions||AU||1||ENDED||
4MP_F_R_Czembor [pdf - 119.77 kB]
|CNR||Roberta Masin||Post-doc -experienced researcher||Information exchange on weed emergence models, weed-crop competition and decision support systems||AU||1,5||ENDED||
4MP_F_R_Masin [pdf - 124.49 kB]
|CNR||Roberto Borriello||PhD student||To conduct molecular investigations of microbial community structure and function in soils||RRES||1||ENDED||
4MP_F_R_ Borriello [pdf - 122.01 kB]
|DAAS||Rolf Thostrup Poulsen||Junior Adviser||To initiate the analysis about future challenges to crop protection strategies and IPM in relation to climate change||WUR_PPO||1||CANCELLED|
|IHAR||Agnieszka Wegierek (ex-Malgorzata Lisowska)||PhD student||Elaboration of diagnostic methods to detectiof plant pathogens and their characteristic by using different molecular methods||IVIA*||2||ENDED||
4th_F_R_Wegierek [pdf - 150.42 kB]
|IHAR||Olga Domeradzka||PhD student||Conducting series of experiments in the greenhouse and lab to assess stripe rust durable resistance based on many minor resistance genes||INRA_Grignon||1,75||ENDED||
4MP_F_R_Domeradzka [pdf - 125.30 kB]
|INRA||Aude Alaphilippe||Junior scientist-experienced||To analyse the dataset of a 70 km² pomefruit orchard area in the Rhone Valley, where producer practices are studied since 2006, with the SYNOPS tool developed by the JKI for environmental risk assessment||JKI||1||ENDED||
4MP_F_R_ Alaphilippe [pdf - 415.68 kB]
|JKI||Sandra Krengel||PhD Student||Participate to ongoing experiments looking at intraguild predation by Harmonia axyridis, and looking at the effects of trap cropping to protect oilseed rape against insect pests and basic molecular diagnostics||RRES||1,75||ENDED||
4MP_F_R_Krengel [pdf - 308.86 kB]
|SSSUP||Gionata Bocci||Junior scientist -experienced researcher||Learn to use the WeedML program and to apply it to Weed Modelling and adopt it to one Mediterranean weed species||AU||1,5||ENDED||
4MP_F_R_Bocci [pdf - 127.01 kB]
|SZIE||Zoltan Palinkas||PhD student||Valuation methods in Biosafety, Environmental Risk Assessment of GM plants and ERA in Maize||AGROS||1||ENDED||
4th_F_R_Pálinkás [pdf - 127.69 kB]