CERIC (Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium) open access call is open
CERIC is an infrastructure network of research facilities located in Central European Countries. CERIC is open to researchers from all over the world, free of charge for non-proprietary research. In exchange for the free access, the users are required to publish the results of the experiments, with appropriate references to the CERIC facilities and to the local scientific and technical staff involved.
The Open Access call opened in this regard allows researchers to use the Synchrotron beam line in Trieste, Laboratory scattering facility in Graz, Surface science laboratory in Prague or Nuclear magnetic resonance facility in Ljubljana.
In addition to free of charge access to the mentioned facilities, two users per proposal get travel and accomodation costs refunded for the period of their measurements at the facilities to which they get access.
Please click https://www.ceric-eric.eu/users/open-access/ for further information on the call details, application criteria and the application tool.
For additional information you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org