Young eScientist Award 2015

Win 50,000 euros worth of e-science expertise for your research

2 July 2015

The Netherlands eScience Center (NLeSC) is offering a prize for a talented young researcher with an innovative idea in the area of data-driven or data-intensive research. The deadline for submissions is 1 September 2015

Young eScientist Award 2015

Are you a young and ambitious researcher? Are you trying to solve challenging research questions in your domain? And are you using data-driven or compute-intensive methods? Then you might win the Young eScientist  Award 2015!

Societal challenges

The grand societal challenges of the coming years, such as climate change, increased population size, resource scarcity and urbanization will require innovative scientific and technological interventions. Researchers are more and more required to rapidly develop ICT skills necessary to answer their ambitious research questions. The prospect of developing the skills needed to engage increasingly diverse and complex digital technologies is daunting. The Netherlands eScience Center works together with discipline focused scientists to ensure that state-of-the-art computing and data-science is developed and applied in fields such as the humanities and social sciences, environment and sustainability, life sciences and ehealth, and physics and beyond.

Submit your idea

The Netherlands eScience Center awards 50.000 euros worth of expertise to a novel eScience idea. Together with the eScience Center’s experts you will formulate your idea into a full path-finding proposal. Submit your idea before 1 September 2015!

Award Ceremony

The Young eScientist Award Ceremony will take place at the National eScience Symposium in the Amsterdam ArenA on 8 October 2015.

More information


Source: Netherlands eScience Center

Details

Science area

Netherlands e-Science Center (NLeSC) NWO-wide Humanities

Further information

NWO, Information and Communication Department, tel.: +31 70 344 07 41