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The ENLIGHT network calls for application to ENLIGHT Impact Awards

To recognize and give visibility to notable research at ENLIGHT universities that are exemplars in planning for and achieving impact, the ENLIGHT network calls for application to Impact Awards.   

A maximum of five ENLIGHT Impact Awards will be given, one in each of the five flagship domains: health and well-being, digital revolution and digitization, climate change, energy and circular economy, and equity.  

Each ENLIGHT university is asked to submit up to three applications to be considered for the award. The pre-selection will be made at each university. The teams can comprise researchers of all levels and research support staff, whose joint team effort demonstrates having embedded impact in their research pathway and contributed to bringing about change in one (or more) of the five ENLIGHT flagship domains. The team should involve at least three researchers and the launch or publication of the research should be in the last five-year period (January 2018–December 2022).  

The ENLIGHT Impact Awards will be presented during the ENLIGHT Impact Conference at the University of the Basque Country on 30 and 31 March 2023. The representatives of the awarded teams will be identified as ENLIGHT Impact Ambassadors and become members of the ENLIGHT Impact Ambassadors Network. The Ambassadors will be provided with financial support to attend relevant international workshops/conferences, the possibility to introduce their work internationally, and cooperate with experts both from ENLIGHT and its partners. 

The date of application in the University of Tartu is 3 February 2023. To apply, send a filled application form to enlight@ut.ee. The chosen applicants will be notified by 10 February. 

Read more about the award and the ENLIGHT network.

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