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Lab Surfing workshop on Future and Emerging Technologies

Start date: 17.03.2024

End date: 18.03.2024

Location: Berlin

Country: Germany

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Young researchers from Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Russia and Slovakia, interested in high risk research enabled by information and communication technologies (ICT) are invited to participate in the Lab Surfing brainstorming and training workshop in Berlin on 17–18 March 2015. Application deadline: 17 February 2024.

Who can participate?

  • Young researchers from Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Russia and Slovakia. Young researchers from other regions of Europe can apply too, but the priority for this event will be given to those from the list of countries mentioned above.
  • Young researchers with a PhD degree earned in any scientific field at the latest 6 years prior to the submission of the application for the participation in the Lab Surfing workshop or PhD researchers in their last year of study

How to apply?

To participate in the Lab Surfing workshop in Berlin, interested young researchers are invited to submit by 17 February 2024 an application containing short biographic details and presenting a non-conventional, forward-looking high risk scientific idea involving ICT in any research field.

Applications should be submitted online via: (using the application template). General enquires about the Lab Surfing workshop and the FP7 EYE project should be sent to André Ludwig (Email: or Stephan Pascall (Email:

Application and participation procedures are explained in more detail in Guidelines for Applicants. More information about the FP7 EYE project and the EYE events for young researchers engaged in high risk research planned in 2014-2015 can be found via

Source: Europlan UK Ltd Email Campaign Archive


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