The ATRIUM project invites researchers to apply to participate in Transnational Access training visits to support their research. ATRIUM’s Transnational Access (TNA) scheme offers researchers the possibility to apply for a fully funded placement at several different partner organisations to access expert knowledge and advice from leading Data Management organisations across Europe.

The TNA scheme aims to recruit and support approximately 200 Arts and Humanities researchers with mentorship and access to knowledge, data and tools from 14 different institutions across Europe. Researchers who are successful in their applications will be supported to visit the infrastructure providers in our consortium in person, benefiting from direct contact, knowledge sharing and network building.

There are two types of types of TNA applications:

  • Individual Access – These are individual applications based on a specific research topic proposed by the applicant that match the specialisms of the host organisation.
  • Summer School Access – These are fixed events during the year that provide access for a group of researchers based on a set of predetermined specialised topics.

More information can be found here or on the official project website here.