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Applications are now open for the COMCLARA2011 program

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COMCLARA2011A total of eight proposals will be accepted and those that result elected will have several benefits, including the hiring of one of the members of the community; funding for participation in a Congress of relevance in the use of networks; access to the video conferencing service; collaborative application development; and CLARA technical assistance for one year. Proposals will be accepted until March 31, 2011.

The project Latin America Interconnected with Europe (ALICE2) through the program, CLARA Communities, version 2011 (COMCLARA2011) offers researchers of the institutions connected to National Research and Education Networks (NREN) partners to CLARA, the opportunity to strengthen their working ties in the field of their research interests, strengthening their relations and using telecommunications and computing resources that can be used through RedCLARA.

The Program Committee, appointed by the Board of RedCLARA, will accept a total of eight proposals that meet the above requirements. Those who are elected may have several benefits, including the hiring of one of the members of the community, funding for participation of the principal organizations of the community in a Congress of relevance in the use of networks, access to room service video conferencing, collaborative application development and RedCLARA technical assistance for one year.

In addition, communities that accept to apply for these facilities and that fulfill the requirements for eligibility, may invite researchers from the European Community and other countries integrated via the Internet Advanced Networks to join in them.


It will be strictly follow this schedule:

Monday December 13, 2010 | Beginning of the call and start receiving applications from the communities.

From December 13, 2010 to January 14, 2011 | Answers for consultation and clarification that applicants request through the e-mail

March 31, 2011 | Closure of receiving applications processs.

April 8, 2011 | Publication of the results of the competition.

For more information about the research areas of the call and the program's eligibility requirements, visit: