We have a limited number of ECR* Conference Travel Bursaries, allocated competitively by call to pre-selected conferences only. However, given recent events, we currently welcome informal enquiries regarding relevant conferences not actively listed – email the Network Managers to see if they can help. Applicants must have been accepted for a platform presentations – any variation on this will be notified on an event-by-event basis. Download the Guidance and Application Form for more information.
We will close the call 2 weeks after the conference notification (if notification is delayed we will follow suit). The following conferences are currently open:
World Congress of Soil Science 2022, 31 July-5 August 2022, Glasgow. (Acceptance notification will be in early February 2022)
ISME18, 14-19 August 2022, Lausanne, Switzerland, (deadline for submitting abstracts is 11 March 2022)
International Cleanup Conference, 11-15 September 2022, Adelaide, Australia. (Notification of acceptance: mid-July 2022)
IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition, 11-15 September 2022 Copenhagen, Denmark (March 2022 Authors Notification)
Aquaconsoil 2021, the Netherlands. CHANGE: Aquaconsoil will now host a digital conference in June 2021. UPDATE: The next Aquaconsoil is expected in 2023.
Future proposed conferences, subject to change, include ISMOS 9, Edinburgh, June 2023 and IWA MEWE.
NOTE: In the event of non-attendance (for any reason) no EBNet bursary claim may be made – even for non-refundable advance purchases. We therefore advise that you ensure you have adequate insurance in place in advance of purchase.
*Definition of ECR/Young Professional
To be considered an Early Career Researcher you must be an academic/postgraduate/post-doctorate in a permanent position in a UK institution. This need not be full-time. Applicants at the time of submission must have no more than three years’ full-time employment (or the full-time equivalent taking account of career breaks, part-time employment, etc.) at lecturer or equivalent level and should not exceed 10 years in active postgraduate research studies and postdoctoral research employment.