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SZNet 2024 Chile/US Exchange

An interdisciplinary and international field trip opportunity

 

June - December 2024 | USA and Chile

Application opens: _______

Application deadline: ___________

OBJECTIVES

This US/Chile Exchange aims to foster international collaboration and provide critical research opportunities for early career scientists by providing these scientists with extended visits to research institutions in a partner country.

Description

DATES: Up to 28 days, between June and December 2024.

 

WHAT:  A month long independent research opportunity for US and Chilean students or early career scientists with labs, observatories, field sites, or other scientific institutions with similar research interests goals in the partner country. This exchange will provide funds for these scientists to visit the host institution in partner countries for up to 28 days. 

 

FUNDING: Participant support for travel, food, and lodging is available through SZNet which is supported by funding from the National Science Foundation AccelNet program under award 2301732. Funding is limited to 5 participants.

GOALS: To develop and nurture an international and diverse network of early career scientists that is equipped
to make the necessary breakthroughs in the study of subduction and 

WHO SHOULD APPLY: Open to both US and Chilean students and early career scientists (within 10 years of receiving your last degree) interested in conducting independent research at an institution in a partner country. US applicants are invited to apply to Chilean institutions, and reciprocally, Chilean applicants to apply to US institutions.

PROJECT SELECTION: Potential projects proposed by host institutions are listed below. Interested applicants will be asked to apply for a specific project hosted by a specific institution. Alternatively, applicants, in conjuction with a host institution of their choosing, can propose a project other than those listed below. If proposing their own project, applicants must provide a letter of collaboration from their desired host institution. 


APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: Applications will open on ________ and will close on ________ and will be accessible through the SZ4D website. Applicants will be asked to provide: 1) a CV and bio, 2)  short responses to questions explaining your scientific interest and experiences, 3) justification of selected project.

Host Institutions

Below are potential host institutions who have proposed projects for interested student and early career scientists. Please click on each project to see the full project description.

Institution Name
PI
Institution Country
Department of Geophysics, University of Chile
Bertrand Potin
Chile
OVDAS - Sernageomin
Ayleen Gaete Rojas
Chile
OVDAS - Sernageomin
Oscar Alberto Valderrama
Chile
OVDAS-RNVV SERNAGEOMIN
Cintia Lorena Bengoa
Chile
Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Cristian Escauriaza
Chile
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Jorge Crempien
Chile
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Marcos Moreno
Chile
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile / CIGIDEN
Jorge Gironas
Chile
Servicio Nacional de Geología y Minería (Sernageomin)
Franco Vera
Chile
Univ. Andrés Bello, Geología, Viña del Mar
Ximena Contardo
Chile
Universidad de Chile
Francisco Delgado
Chile
Universidad de Concepción
Andrés Tassara
Chile
Universidad de La Frontera
Ivo Janos Fustos-Toribio
Chile
Cornell University
Carolina Munoz Saez
United States
Cornell University
Esteban Gazel
United States
Georgia Institute of Technology
Shi/Joyce Sim
United States
Indiana University Bloomington
Brian Yanites
United States
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Frank William
United States
Michigan State University
Shawn Wei
United States
Montana State University
Madison Myers
United States
New Mexico Tech
Daniel Portner
United States
Northern Arizona University
Shillington Donna
United States
Oregon State University
Anne Tréhu
United States
SIO/UCSD
Wenyuan Fan
United States
Stony Brook University
Weisen Shen
United States
The University of Arizona
Susan Beck
United States
UC Berkeley
Roland Burgmann
United States
UC Davis
Magali Billen
United States
USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory
Allan Lerner
United States
University of Maryland
Wenlu Zhu
United States
University of New Mexico
Brandon Schmandt
United States
University of Rhode Island
Matt Wei
United States
University of Texas at San Antonio
Alan Whittington
United States
University of Washington
Cailey Condit
United States
University of Washington
David Schmidt
United States
University of Washington
Harold Tobin
United States
Utah State University
Srisharan Shreedharan
United States
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