Where and when: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, 29 May – 2 June 2023
nextGEMS offers up to 15 stipends for participation in the Cycle 3 Hackathon to support young scientists (at Master and PhD student level) from outside the project.
Application deadline: 03 April, 2023.
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nextGEMS is an European project that follows a new approach to climate modelling with global storm-resolving Earth-system Models. The project members meet regularly at hackathons to collaboratively analyse the latest model runs, exchange ideas and develop new ways forward.
We would like to include universities and research groups, especially from regions with less of a tradition in climate science. External participants applying for a stipend will (mostly) be organized in teams to work on an Application Challenge Problem, this time related to fisheries. nextGEMS scientists, as well as experts from the fisheries field, will supervise and support those teams.
We welcome young scientists with a strong interest in climate science or Earth system informatics!
The hackathon participation is free and includes coffee breaks, lunches and a dinner. Additional travel and accommodation costs (incl. breakfast) up to €1000 are available per stipend.
Before applying for a hackathon stipend, please prepare the following documents:
Information on the hackathon, as well as registration details, can be found on the event website.
During the registration, please indicate that you apply for a hackathon stipend. Following the respective check-box, please upload the documents listed above in one single (concatenated) PDF file.
Application deadline is 3 April, 2023.
We will let you know as soon as possile whether we can arrange for your hackathon participation in Madrid.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with the nextGEMS coordination office (email@example.com).
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