Are you interested in being a participant? How exactly do participants participate in the consortium?

The specific form of collaboration will depend on the “service” that the Participants can provide and what their own contributions can be. Other forms of personal contribution, in addition to providing services, include participation in the development of standards, serving on committees, etc. You can contact the coordinators of the task areas for more details.

their advantages:

  • Smaller in scope than a co-applicant institution (“co-applicant”):
    → Not involved in the preparation of the work program.
    → Do not assume overall responsibility for a task area (“Task Area”).
  • Can request resources for personnel or material costs.
  • Actively involved in NFDI4Ing (video and telephone conferences / mail distribution list).