[GeoForAll-Europe] RDA EU Early Career bursary for the 6th Plenary meeting
This info. on RDA EU Early Career bursary for the 6th Plenary meeting in Paris might be of interest to some. Those interested please apply directly through the RDA website (details below) before 11th of July 2015, midnight CEST.
The Geospatial IG  is planning a joint meeting with Big Data IG at Paris to build up from our previous joint meeting ideas at P5 San Diego  . More details will be informed in due course.
From: Rda-eu-chairs [[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Timea Biro [[hidden email]]
Sent: Monday, July 06, 2015 8:33 PM
To: [hidden email] Subject: [Rda-eu-chairs] RDA EU Early Career bursary for the 6th Plenary meeting
we'd like to kindly remind you that RDA Europe is offering travel and
subsistence support to Early Career European Researchers & Scientists
working with Data to attend the Plenary meeting in Paris held from the
23rd to 25th September 2015.
At its 4th edition, the aim of this programme is to introduce European
Early Career researchers & scientists to RDA, highlight what data
scientists / practitioners are doing, leverage on Early Career
Researchers & Scientists knowledge to support Plenary 6 activities and
support the Working Group and Interest Group activities.
We kindly ask you to share this information and encourage Early Career
candidates to apply especially if you can think of potential applicants
that might also be of support to your activities as RDA WG / IG chairs.
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