This opportunity is reserved for users only, one per each granted proposal.
This initiative aims to get users acquainted with the techniques and methods needed for their experiments before the actual start of the access session. The newly acquired skills will allow them to contribute with more insider knowledge to their investigations, use the time at their disposal more effectively and build future collaborations with the in-house staff.
NFFA-Europe’s focus is to make novice scientists understand the significant advantages research infrastructures offer, also as a unique resource for their career in the research field.
Not all NFFA-Europe institutions participate in this initiative. Write to email@example.com with Cc to firstname.lastname@example.org to check the availability of Special Trainings at your assigned access site and for assistance in obtaining the facility's consent to be visited.
Once you have obtained the facility's consent, please fill out the application form below. The proposal should be short and concise. The opportunity is reserved for one user per each granted proposal.
The duration of Special Training Visits should typically not exceed 2 weeks and should take place within 6 months from their approval.
NFFA-Europe will cover Travel and subsistence of the trainee as a simple extension of the scheduled transnational access. The service will be provided for as long as the allocated budget is available.
Following the Special Training Visit, NFFA-Europe will ask you to provide a short report.
Accepted Special Training Visits should take place within 6 months from their approval and before the related proposal scheduled access.
The duration of Special Training Visits should typically not exceed 2 weeks.
Time and Task Plan (e.g. Gantt Chart)
Travel and subsistence of the trainee will be covered by NFFA-Europe as a simple extension of the scheduled transnational access.