ADACS Merit Allocation Program call for EoIs – Semester 2021B – is closing soon

Expressions of interest are now being accepted for the next semester (2021B) of the ADACS Merit Allocation Program. ​A reminder that the EoI Deadline is Friday 23rd April, 2021 @ 8pm AEST.

Those who could benefit either from training or the development effort of software professionals are encouraged at this time to submit a simple one-page document expressing their project idea. ADACS staff will then follow-up with applicants to organise a discussion with a goal of organising a final application, to be due roughly 4 weeks later.

Note: all applicants must participate in the EoI process in order for a final submission to be accepted.

Please visit this link for specific EoI instructions and for more details about the program.

For more information on ADACS, please contact Dr Robert Shen, AAL Director of eResearch. 

ADACS is a collaboration between Swinburne University of Technology and Curtin University. It is funded under the Australian Government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) program via Astronomy Australia Ltd (AAL).

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