Register for the TracIng Monsoon, Ocean currents and diagenetic carbon Redistribution workshop

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COVID measures. Please be aware of the Austrian and University of Vienna-specific COVID rules in place throughout the workshop. While we aim to provide up-to-date information closer to the workshop, we expect individual participants to inform themselves about the local rules and follow them closely.

Early Career travel support. A limited amount of travel support is available for Early Career Scientists (ECS) from institutions based in ECORD member countries (list of relevant countries can be found here:; check the ‘Members’ tab) with non-permanent positions and no alternative means of funding. For the TIMOR workshop, we adopt the definition of the European Geosciences Union (EGU), which states:

“An Early Career Scientist (ECS) is a student, a PhD candidate, or a practising scientist who received their highest certificate (e.g. BSc, MSc or PhD) within the past seven years. The seven-year period can be extended to allow for periods when the scientist was not working in science because of, but not limited to, caring and/or parental responsibilities, disability, personal illness, community obligations or national service.” []

To reflect on the impact of the COVID pandemic, we will add 1.5 years to this definition, which means that anyone who received their highest degree after the 30 September 2014 will be considered an Early Career Scientist. In relevant cases this date can be extended backwards to reflect on time not spent in science. To apply for ECS travel-support you must provide a brief statement of interest (500 characters max). All applications for ECS travel support must be submitted before midnight (GMT) on Friday 18 March 2022.

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