NORBIS workshop proposal
General guidelines and requirements for NORBIS Workshops
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1. Format of workshops:
NORBIS workshops should differ clearly from NORBIS courses. Workshops may be shorter and also more focussed, and participants may bring and work on their own data.

2. Content and topic of workshops:
Workshop content must be within the scope of NORBIS and target our students. Workshops may cover emerging technologies and also be more experimental and closer to the research front line than regular courses.

3. Financial support:
NORBIS will cover travel expenses for its students and internal and external lecturers participating at the workshop, but will not offer compensation for preparations or teaching.

4. Number of workshops supported:
Depending on the cost of each workshop, the budget allows for supporting 2-3 workshops annually.

5. Decisions:
The NORBIS board will make final decisions on which workshops to support.

Proposed workshop title *
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Responsible researcher *
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Email address *
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Affiliation *
Location of the workshop *
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Other researchers involved (member of NORBIS)
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Invited lecturers (external)
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Workshop start
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Workshop end
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Workshop description *
Please note that the description provided here will be used for external communication on the NORBIS website. The course proposal must be in accordance with the NORBIS guidelines.
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Workshop program *
Please provide here a tentative outline of the workshop (number of sessions and hours for lectures, exercises, colloquium, or other).
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Learning outcomes and competence *
Please provide an overview of the methods taught during the workshop, and how these may be applied.
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Prerequisites *
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Maximal number of participants
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Budget *
Please specify, see NORBIS board guidelines.
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Comments or additional informations
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