Apart from associated partner institutions, advisory board members, and competence centers, the ERCIS network occasionally also welcomes personal members. Those dedicated researchers are experts in their field of research and have strong personal connections within the network.
To become a personal member, you should already have worked with partners from the network in the context of research projects, joint courses, or publications. Furthermore, you should plan or already have your career in the academic world, beyond your PhD studies. Finally, a recommendation from someone inside the network might strengthen your motivation to become a personal member.
We expect our members to submit a proposal about how they envision their collaboration with us, which we will use to annually evaluate it. With this, we hope to bring together motivated academics, that both, make use of the network and contribute to its success.