REGISTRATION CLOSED! – Hackathon stipends for young scientists

8. March 2022

nextGEMS offers up to 15 stipends for a hackathon participation in Vienna 28.6. – 2.7.2022 to support young scientists from outside the project at the Master and PhD level.

Application (Quicklink)
The application deadline is Monday, Apr 11, 2022.

Who can apply?
Young scientists with a strong interest in climate science or Earth system informatics. Applicants shall be involved in a Master’s program or PhD in either physics, geophysical science, computer science, or engineering (ideally renewable energy) and their application shall be supported by a supervisor. Applicants must be able to properly communicate in English and should preferably have some familiarity with large data analysis using Python or similar.

What is included?
The hackathon participation is for free and includes coffee breaks, lunch and dinner. For additional travel and hotel costs (incl. breakfast) up to 1000€ are available.

How to apply?
Before applying for a hackathon stipend, please prepare the following documents:

  • Letter of motivation
  • short CV
  • proof of current enrollment and latest BSc / MSc certificates
  • Letter of support from a supervisor, or equivalent, that the young scientist can participate

Information on the hackathon as well as registration details can be found on the following website:
https://indico.mpimet.mpg.de/e/c2hackathon

During the registration, please indicate that you apply for a hackathon stipend. Following that check-box, please upload the documents listed above in form of one single (concatenated) PDF.
Application deadline is Monday April 11, 2022. We will let you know by mid April whether we can arrange for your hackathon participation in Vienna.

— In urgent cases contact Theresa.


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