Transnational Access (TA)

Objectives of Transnational Access (TA): First Call now Open !

The Jerico RI is pleased to announce its first S3 Transnational Access call which opens on June 2nd 2020 .

The primary objective of Transnational Access (WP8) is to provide smooth and efficient access to JERICO-S3 Research Infrastructures and Resources for researchers or research teams from academia and industry using EU funded instruments.
The call offers funding support for Transnational Access to a number of unique European Coastal Observatories and Calibration Facilities for international research and technology development. The infrastructures available to access include fixed platforms,gliders,cabled observatories, ferryboxes, calibration labs and a range of specialist equipment. The infrastructures provided are pan European, covering all of Europe’s coastal seas from the Arctic to the Mediterranean.

The detailed procedures for the assessment of TA applications, the common rules, FAQs and access conditions to the infrastructures may be accessed on the Jerico RI website. All potential TA applicants are advised to contact the respective facility providers to discuss the facilities available,scheduling, planning and logistics to access the infrastructures and services available through Transnational Access.

***Please Note***Due to Corona-COVID-19 travel restrictions and health risks TA Activities may be delayed or adapted – please contact the respective Facility Providers for updates on timing and feasibility. All other Transnational Access queries can be directed to:  jerico.ta@Marine.ie  

jerico (dot) ta (at) marine (dot) ie

The TA program will consist of 3 calls over the duration of the Jerico S3 project 2020-2024. The first call will open in June 2020 until October 2020 with the closing date finalised when the situation regarding COVID-19 public health issues and travel restrictions become clearer.