Access call

The trans-national access (TA) activity offer access to state-of-the-art
CST research infrastructures unique in Europe and for several of them in the world.

Fifth Access Campaign of SFERA III

The fifth SFERA III access campaign has been launched with the following timetable:

1st December 2022: Call open and submission of the project proposals. Check conditions for application

31st January 2023: Deadline for submission.

Until April 2023: Selection process of the projects to be hosted at the different CSP Research Infrastructures

May 2023: Announcement of the results

June 2023 – December 2023: Hosting of the user projects

📹Watch the replay of our previous free webinar and download the PPT presentation to get more detailed information HERE!

👉To submit your project, fill in the User Research Proposal Form

 

Disclaimer 

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, SFERA-III cannot guarantee that all its services will be performed. In exceptional situations, consortium partners are entitled to regulate, suspend or terminate an access or activity without prior notice and without any refunds or compensation for the damage suffered by the Users. Users are therefore recommended to take out appropriate insurance. You can follow the latest information on the EU Member States restriction of free movement at https://reopen.europa.eu/en

Access conditions

CSP Research Infrastructures

Provision of Transnational Access to CIESOL

Provision of Transnational Access to METU

Provision of Transnational Access to LNEG

Provision of Transnational Access to FRAUNHOFER

Provision of Transnational Access to CYI

Provision of Transnational Access to IMDEA

Provision of Transnational Access to ETHZ

Provision of Transnational Access to UEVORA

Provision of Transnational Access to CEA

Provision of Transnational Access to DLR

Provision of Transnational Access to ENEA

Provision of Transnational Access to PROMES-CNRS

  FONT ROMEU ODEILLO (FRANCE)

Provision of Transnational Access to PSA-CIEMAT

  (Spain)

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 823802