ICES Science Fund

Evaluation criteria

ICES Science Committee (SCICOM) evaluates all project proposals.

The 2015 call for projects is closed.

​​​​Proposals are ranked and evaluated based on the following criteria:

  1. Quality of the science proposed, in particular how it contributes to the delivery of the new ICES Strategic Plan and its associated plans

  2. Impact potential of the proposed outputs (scientific and institutional)

  3. Level of engagement between academic and government science laboratories

  4. Feasibility of the project and its outputs

  5. Suitability of the project to be funded​ by the ICES Science Fund (as opposed to other ICES or external funding opportunities)

  6. Age/experience of the scientist: those in their early career stages (no more than 5 years since obtaining a PhDwill be given priority

The fund does not support regular meetings of ICES science or advisory expert groups and will not include salaries or institutional overheads. A total of ten projects will be funded.​

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