The International Space Science Institute (ISSI) in Bern and ISSI in Beijing invite scientists to submit proposals for International Team projects. International Teams are small groups of 8 - 12 scientists involved in space science research, working together on data analysis, theory, and models. The call is open to all scientists, regardless of nationality or institutional affiliation, who are actively involved in any of the following research fields:

  1. Space Sciences: Astrobiology, Astrophysics and Cosmology, Fundamental Physics in Space, Magnetospheric and Space Plasma Physics, Planetary Sciences, Solar and Heliospheric Physics, and Solar-Terrestrial Sciences.
  2. Earth Sciences using space data. This includes understanding and modelling Earth system processes, as well as climate change projections.

Successful Teams will visit ISSI and/or ISSI-BJ for two (maximum three) one-week meetings, and it is envisioned that the activities of the Team should lead to peer-reviewed publications. The full details of the requirements and the support provided can be found on the ISSI website. Proposals must be submitted by 16 March 2023


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