Scientific Report

The final report of the grantee should be submitted online within one month of the end of the visit. It will be subject to approval of the FIMIN Steering Committee before payment is made. Grantees are also required to acknowledge the support of the ESF FIMIN Programme in any publications resulting from their visits.

Scientific Reports for both Short and Exchange Visit Grants should contain the following information:

  • Purpose of the visit
  • Description of the work carried out during the visit
  • Description of the main results obtained
  • Future collaboration with host institution (if applicable)
  • Projected publications/articles resulting or to result from the grant (ESF must be acknowledged in publications resulting from the grantee`s work in relation with the grant).
  • Other comments (if any)

All reports will be evaluated within the Programme, normally by the sub-group delegated to recommend the awards, and if necessary using external peer review. Unless other arrangements are agreed, the contents of reports will be considered as being in the "public domain" and may be used, suitably acknowledged, in the compilation of reports submitted by the Programme to ESF. 

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last modified 2011-04-08