International Cooperation

FOREIGN PROMOTION PROGRAM


FOREIGN PROMOTION PROGRAM

PROJECT OVERVIEW

project title

SGGW-IDEA

Innowacja-Działanie-Efekty-Aplikacja

project aim

financing of costs of reviewed scientific publications in prestigious foreign journals 

requirements: articles qualified to be published in journals from  data basis: Scopus, Web of Science

or 

publications in reviewed foreign conference materials connected with data basis: Scopus, Web of Science

project budget

2019: 100 000 PLN

project duration

2019: 1.10.2019 - 30.09.2020

participants

PhD of WULS-SGGW

young scientists of WULS-SGGW (PhD BEFORE HABILITATION / UP TO 2 YEARS AFTER HABILITATION AND UNDER 45 YEARS)

requirements

app. 13 publications

(60/40 ration of female and male publications, and PhD and staff)

non-discrimation, gender balance

CALL FOR APPLICANTS

call

applicable to PhD and staff of WULS-SGGW

2019:

I: until 31.1.2020

II: until 31.03.2020

call regulations

in Polish

2019

program regulations

in Polish

REGULATIONS
application documentation

application form with GDPR declaration 

confirmation of PhD status

acceptance letter

final version of the article

publisher's declaration

reference letter
documents to be submitted in the International Relations Office via SGGW post office or forwarded to pz@sggw.pl
qualifications on the basis of decision of the Commission 

CONTACT

International Relations Office:

Ewelina Belkiewicz, Małgorzata Szczęsna

pz@sggw.pl

FINANCED PUBLICATIONS

Type of Beneficiary Journal Article
PhD Remote Sensing Remotely sensed land surface temperature based water stress index for wetland habitats
PhD Forests Multifactorial analysis of the transport of large-sized pine wood
PhD    
PhD    
Staff Minerals Phosphorus inactivation in lake sediments using calcite materials and ontrolled resuspension – mechanism and efficiency
Staff Plants-Basel The leaf wettability of various potato cultivars
Staff BMC Plant Biology Impact of sugar beet seed priming usinh the SMP method on the properties of the pericarp
Staff Forests Density distribution in wood of European birch
Staff Forests Seemingly Unrelated Mixed-Effects Biomass Models for Young Silver Birch Stands on Post-Agricultural Lands
Staff    
Staff