The Academic Association of Scientific Staff at ETH Zurich (AVETH) is organizing an information event about funding opportunities for ETH's academic staff.
Representatives of Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) and EU GrantsAccess will be presenting funding opportunities, and representatives from ETH Library will talk about how to comply with the new open access and data management plan regulations from SNSF.
The event takes place on Monday 22 January at 10.00 at ETH Hönggerberg HCI G3 and will be followed by an apéro.
For questions related to this event, please contact the AVETH Postdoc Team.
During the event, photos or video recordings of your person can be made. With your participation in the event, you agree that the recordings may be used by ETH Zurich without financial compensation nor temporal or local restrictions.If interested, please register here until 19 January
The new network titled "Thomas Mann International. Das Netzwerk der Mann-Häuser" was commonly founded on Thursday, 21 December 2017.
At a symposium in Lübeck, five institutions from four countries, reflecting the essential life stations of the writer and Nobel laureate, joined forces to form the common Thomas Mann network:
The transnational association of these institutions is a novelty.
In the future, the institutions want to jointly promote cooperation in various event formats as well as in the fields of science and exhibition. They will contribute their respective expertise as archives, libraries, museums, cultural centres, residences and places of remembrance.
ETH Zurich's Thomas Mann Archives welcome the joint initiative and look forward to participating in the network.Thomas Mann Archives
New guidelines and funding options for publishing research results open access will apply at the Swiss National Science Foundation from April 2018.
Against the backdrop of the National Open Access Strategy agreed in early 2017, the Swiss National Science Foundation aims to render all academic publications resulting from SNSF projects open access by 2020.
In order to achieve this goal, the following changes will come into effect for publications resulting from SNSF-funded projects from April 2018:
Further information on the SNSF's open access policy is available on the website Open Access at ETH Zurich and the Swiss National Science Foundation website.
ETH Library's E-publishing Office will gladly help you with any questions regarding the SNSF’s open access guidelines.
Phone: +41 44 632 72 22
From Saturday, 23 December 2017 to Monday, 2 January 2018 the following libraries will be closed: