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Want to organise a course or a workshop for NORBIS?

17. August, 2017

Skrevet av: Publisert: Thursday, August 17th, 2017

NORBIS again invites you to propose a course or workshop within any of our fields. If you carry an idea for a course or workshop, and perhaps would like to invite national or international experts, we hope that you now will take the opportunity to develop this with our help. It may be completely new, or based on existing events that may be adapted to fit the NORBIS format. NORBIS courses are ideally organised in a biannual fashion. We therefore encourage organisers of previous courses to apply with the same proposal as earlier, but please add a summary of the participation and evaluation from the last round, as well as a note describing any updates and changes.

Our students wish for courses covering the following topics, among others: multivariate statistics analysis, analysis of next generation sequencing data, metagenomics, systems biology and integration of omics data and machine learning. You are free to propose other courses within the scope of NORBIS. Please visit our course webpage to get an overview of the courses that we already offer, and to read our guidelines. The content and format of a workshop may be different from that of a course. A NORBIS workshop can be shorter, more focussed, closer to frontline research, and not necessarily teaching basic concepts, e.g. with students working on their own data.

Our financial support may cover compensation for preparation and teaching, and, in the case of courses, honorarium for national or international experts. Our administrative support may help during both planning and execution, and will ease the process of making the course available across institutions.

We will compensate courses financially by 60 000 NOK per week of teaching. This sum should cover preparation and teaching for internal as well as external lecturers, and will be paid to the responsible department, which in turn will work out the financial details together with the responsible researchers. We will further fund accommodation, diet and travel-related expenses for our students, course organisers and invited speakers on top of this. Read more and register your course here.

For workshops, we will cover travel expenses for our students and internal and external lecturers, but do not offer compensation for preparations or teaching. Read more about our workshops and register here.

Call closes October 20 2017.

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