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Reimbursement

Every supported experimentalist has to fill out the online reimbursement form. You will find the form in your GATE account in the 'After the beamtime' section. Please choose 'Travel reimbursement'. The signed print out of the completed reimbursement form must be sent back to the HZB User Office together with all original receipts, tickets, printout of e-tickets and boarding passes. Please note that photocopies or scans of receipts will not be accepted. In case of several executions per proposal (i.e. BAG proposal), please contact the HZB User Office.

  • Travel and Subsistence Support has to be applied for in GATE prior to the beamtime
  • The eligibility of support will be checked by the HZB User Office
  • Special arrangements need to be discussed with the HZB User Office well in advance, at least 3 weeks before beamtime

General support regulations

The travel and subsistence support is limited to:

  • a maximum of two participants per beamtime
  • a maximum refund per experimentalist of 400 Euros for beamtimes which last more than 48 hours
  • a maximum refund per experimentalist of 200 Euros for shorter beamtime campaigns of less than 48 hours
  • the period of the scheduled beamtime. Up to two additional days each for preparation of experiments and post beamtime activities can be supported.

No daily allowance will be granted. Taxi or rental car costs are not reimbursed, unless otherwise agreed upon in advance. For more detailed information please go to the section funding arrangements.

Claims for travel reimbursement will only be processed after the HZB Feedback Form and the HZB Experimental Report for the respective project have been submitted via GATE.

Travel & Subsistence support

German University Users

HZB provides financial support for users affiliated with German universities under the following condition:

  • the users participate in a beamtime related to an approved, external BESSY II proposal

German non-university research institutions do not qualify for financial support.

 

EU and EU associated Users

Within the EU CALIPSOplus Transnational Access program, financial support is provided:

  • to researchers who participate in a beamtime related to an approved, external BESSY II proposal
  • if the main proposer as well as the majority of the experimental team work in EU or EU-associated countries

Researchers from institutes in the following countries may be supported: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom.

EU associated countries (H2020): Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Faroe Islands, FYR of Macedonia, Georgia, Iceland, Israel, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Tunisia, Turkey, Switzerland, and Ukraine.

 

Users from non-EU countries

Proposals from countries outside the EU may receive EU travel support upon request and only to a certain extent.

Eligible countries outside the EU: Africa, Central and South America, and some Asian countries.

 

Users from Russia

Groups from Russia working at the Russian-German beamlines may receive support within the framework of the Russian-German Laboratory (RGL) at BESSY II.