Travel grants to attend transdisciplinary research and co-design workshop

We´re offering three travel grants to Norwegian-based early-career researchers to attend Future Earth´s European regional workshop on transdisciplinary skills and co-design methodology.

This year, Future Earth's European regional workshop from the 22-23 November in Stockholm will provide training in transdisciplinary skills and co-design methodology.

Goals of the workshop:

  • Getting acquainted with the principles and approaches of transdisciplinary research and coproduction of knowledge
  • Learning the main steps required to prepare a stakeholder interaction plan for a research project
  • In practical exercises, the participants practice and apply these main steps on their own projects.

Download the programme here.

Trainer organisations: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern td-net, Network for Transdisciplinary Research, Swiss Academy of Arts and Sciences International Social Science Council (ISSC), Susanne Moser Research & Consulting

Venue: Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences, Beijersalen Lilla Frescativägen 4A, Stockholm, Sweden

Organisers: European Alliance of Global Change Research Committees, Future Earth, Swedish national committee for global change research, SSEESS. 

More information on the content:

Who will participate: The workshop is open to all Future Earth participants in core projects (IPOs, SSCs, active scientists), national committees (members, early-career scientists), secretariats and regional centres, Science & Engagement Committees, and Future Earth –related stakeholders located in Europe. Within the limit of the maximum number of participants (45), the workshop is also open to the non-European Future Earth – related research & stakeholder community.

Costs: There is no participation fee but participants will need to cover their own travel and subsistence expenses.

Travel support: Future Earth Norway is offering travel support (accommodation, transports, transfers, per diems) for three Norwegian-based early-career researchers to attend. (Early-career is defined as being 10 years since completing a PhD). Before registering for the meeting, please send a short CV and short motivation letter to Leonie Goodwin ( by the 18 October 2016. Applicants will be notified late October / early November.

Meeting registration deadline: 1st November 2016

Travel support deadline: 18 October 2016