The ResInfra@DR project has launched an open call for experienced evaluators who want to be included in a registry of research infrastructure (RI) reviewers.
The registry will be used primarily by government bodies responsible for RI policies and funding in one of the Danube region countries (Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine).
Participation in the registry is open to experts from both inside and outside the Danube macro-region.
The online registration tool will be active until 20 July 2018: http://vrsurveys.com/index.php/159833?lang=en
For further details please read the full text of the Call.
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