Submit your idea for a collaborative project

Are you a young and ambitious researcher? Are you a true collaborator, applying or developing research software to solve challenging research questions in your discipline? And do you share your solutions with your colleagues? Then you might be the Young eScientist 2019!

The Netherlands eScience Center awards €50,000 worth of expertise to a novel eScience idea. Together with the eScience Center’s experts you will formulate your idea into a full project description. Submit your idea before October 1,  2019!

Out of the applications, three nominees will be selected. The nominees will be invited to give a short pitch at the National Symposium 2019 on November 21, 2019.

More information about the Young eScientist Award can be found here.

Young eScientist 2016: Wim Otte (UMC Utrecht)
Young eScientist 2017: Maureen van Eijnatten (VUmc)
Young eScientist 2018: Frank Takes (University of Amsterdam)
Young eScientist 2019: Esther Bron (Erasmus MC)

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* 1. Contact info

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* 2. In 300 words or less, please outline your experience and success in developing and applying data-driven or compute-intensive approaches (eScience) within applied research domains.

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* 3. Please provide no more than 3 key publications to support statements given in Q2.

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* 4. In 300 words or less, please outline your idea for a collaborative project you would like to undertake with the eScience Center.

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* 5. In 300 words or less, please outline how this collaborative project will contribute to scientific research beyond the project (Open Science).