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AHEAD Announcement of Opportunity Cycle 3

The AHEAD project solicits proposals for its program of transnational visits. Submission Deadlines: Call 1 (Experimental Facilities) 30 June 2018, Calls 2 and 3 (Data analysis) 31 December 2016

The AHEAD (Integrated Activities for High Energy Astrophysics*) project solicits proposals for its program of transnational visits. This program offers access free-of-cost to some of the best European test and calibration facilities, training/mentoring on X-ray data analysis and visits of scientists/engineers at all expertise levels.

AO-3 Calls Opening:        15 November 2016

Submission Deadlines:

- Call 1 (Experimental Facilities):  30 June 2018; proposals will be evaluated on a twice-a year basis

- Calls 2 and 3 (Data analysis):  31 December 2016, 17:00 CET

Three main calls are included in this AO. For further information and links to the three AO-3 Calls:

http://ahead.iaps.inaf.it/?page_id=600

* AHEAD is a Research Infrastructure Program funded by the Horizon 2020 program of the European Union. Its main goal is to integrate and open research infrastructures for high energy Astrophysics.

For general information on AHEAD:  http://ahead.iaps.inaf.it/

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