IGDORE offers travel awards and research grants related to metascience and transparent science. Information will be listed on this page whenever there is an award or grant open for applications.
Travel Award to spend 2-4 months on Bali while also attending Open Science Meetup Bali 2018
Application deadline: March 12, 2018 (closed for applications)
Letters of notification: No later than March 14, 2018
A second call will be made should there still be funds available to cover additional awards.
Spend 2-4 months working remotely on your own research from our coworking space on Bali, Indonesia. The stay must include the dates 23-29 April, 2018, to allow the recipient to attend the Open Science Meetup Bali 2018. The award covers the costs of travel to and from Bali, accommodation in Ubud during 2-4 months and full access to the coworking space during the whole period.
We encourage scientists and students to also bring their families to Ubud. The award does not cover travel and accommodation for family members, however, we are happy to arrange accommodation suitable also for families and the recipient would pay only for the difference. IGDORE can also assist recipients in finding suitable school or daycare options for their children. IGDORE’s coworking space is open to everyone regardless of profession and will host family friendly after works on a weekly basis.
Eligible for this Travel Award are scientists and students who have a proven commitment to open scientific practices. It will be considered an advantage to already have published scientific papers on metascience and transparent science.
To apply for this award please send an email to email@example.com in which you provide the following information:
- Academic title
- Institutional affiliation
- How long do you want to stay in Ubud? (Please note that awards are only granted for stays of minimum 2 months.)
- Around which date would you prefer to arrive in Ubud? (Please note that your stay must include April 23-29, 2018.)
- Will you bring family to Ubud?
- Documentation of your commitment to open scientific practices (e.g. links to personal website or papers)
- Anything else you want to add
Recipients of IGDORE Travel Awards
Lisa Matthias (MA) – more information is coming soon
Surya Dalimunthe (MSc Student) – more information is coming soon
Dr. Jon Tennant, palaeontologist and founder of Open Science MOOC and PaleorXiv, is the third recipient of an IGDORE Travel Award. Jon will spend time at IGDORE’s coworking space in Ubud, Bali, in April-May and June-July 2018, to focus on his open science related work and on his research in palaeontology. He will also present the Open Science MOOC during the Open Science Meetup Bali 2018.
Dr. Michael Ingre, metascientist and an IGDORE affiliate, was invited to an IGDORE Travel Award. The award covers travels and accommodation during 4 months to spend time at our coworking space on Bali, Indonesia. The invitation was accepted. Dates for the travel is yet to be decided upon.
Dr. Etienne LeBel, metascientist, founder of Curate Science and an IGDORE affiliate, was invited to an IGDORE Travel Award. The award covers travels and accommodation during 4 months to spend time at our coworking space on Bali, Indonesia. The invitation was accepted and Etienne will be working from our Balinese facility from 6th of February until 27th of May, 2018.