User access is one of the essential activities of ECCSEL. Users can access the ECCSEL facilities through the Open Access that is continuously available. The access is secured using own funding.
ECCSEL ERIC calls for funded access
PRE-ANNOUNCEMENT OF 2nd TRANSNATIONAL ACCESS CALL
ECCSEL ERIC will in September 2022 open the second of two Transnational Access calls. The call funds access to ECCSEL ERIC research facilities and is open for applications from industry, SME’s, universities, and research institutes.
Details of the call
The second Transnational Access call has focus on specific knowledge gaps identified in the updated ECCSEL ERIC Research Strategy. More details on the addressed knowledge gaps will be available upon the opening of the call on 1st September 2022.
To be eligible for funding, applicants must specify which of the CCUS knowledge gaps that will be tackled with their proposed research project. Applications can also target research gaps that are not listed in the ECCSEL ERIC Research Strategy. In this case the use of this additional knowledge gap will be reviewed by an internal panel. The members of this panel are persons who were involved in creating the updated ECCSEL ERIC Research Strategy. The important edibility criteria is that the proposed research will expand knowledge to fill CCUS knowledge gaps.
Services provided at the facility
Requests for individual ECCSEL ERIC services are also encouraged when the user's local facilities can provide the other techniques required.
Service on categorising scientific expertise and finding the capacity to give access to state-of-the-art technologies, and essential facilities from within our platforms can be provided. ECCSEL ERIC acts as a single point of contact, offer support and facilitate project initiation and monitor project execution when needed.