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The aim of our joint graduate programme is to train outstanding graduate students from the social sciences and economics disciplines in the field of labour market and occupational research. The postdoctoral scholarship provides the opportunity to participate in a dynamic working environment, to conduct collaborative research, and to study innovative research topics. Access to excellent micro data in the fields of employment and social security is granted.
The monthly scholarship ranges from € 1,365 to € 1,467 depending on age. It is initially offered for one year but may be extended for up to a total of two years. In addition, € 103 per month are paid for non-personnel expenses such as travelling costs. IAB provides office space, computer resources and a mentor who offers professional support and guidance if necessary.
Berghof Conflict Research (BCR) is offering opportunities for supervised PhD social science research starting in 2009, on topics related to BCR's programme areas. Full two year grants are available. Research and thesis should be conducted and written in English.
A three-year Ph.D. studentship in evolutionary biology is available in the laboratory of Andreas Wagner at the University of Zurich. We are looking for a researcher to study robustness and evolvability in large metabolic networks, using computational approaches. The successful candidate will have a strong background in bioinformatics and computational biology. Fluency in a major scripting language such as perl, and experience in software development is a must. Also necessary is a strong background in biology. Applications without a emonstrated interest and research history in evolutionary biology will not be considered further. We are looking for an individual with a Masters Degree or equivalent, who is highly self-motivated and can work independently. The working language in the laboratory is English. German skills are not essential.
Description : The ITRI Graduate Scholarship Program pays full scholarship for MS holders to get their PhD in Taiwan at National Chiao Tung U or National Tsing Hua U, particularly in the areas of Information and Communications, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and Optoelectronics and Photonics.
Description : Tasks Prof. Arvid Kappas is looking for 2 PhD students in the area of emotion psychology. The total duration of each stipend will be 3 years. Successful candidates will be engaged in the context of a large scale integrating project funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Program (ICT Call 3; Science of complex systems for socially intelligent ICT).
The International Max Planck Research School on Adapting Behavior in a Fundamentally Uncertain World (Uncertainty-School) combines approaches from Economics, Law and Psychology to explain human decisions under uncertainty more effectively and to better design institutional responses. The Uncertainty-School is jointly hosted by the Max Planck Institutes at Jena, Berlin and Bonn, and the Psychology and Economics Departments of the FSU Jena. International Partners are the Department of Psychology of Indiana University, Bloomington and the Center for Rationality at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Outstanding candidates are invited to apply for
doctoral fellowships in economics, law and psychology.
In this application round we are mainly looking for highly qualified Psychologists.
Chinese Government Scholarship scheme is established to provide full scholarship to international students. Ocean University of China (hereinafter referred to as the University or OUC) is authorized to administer the recruitment of the international government scholarship students who will study in the University.
The scholarship durations are 2-3 years for master degree student and 3-4 years for doctor degree students beginning in the September of 2009 and ending in the July.
JSMC invites applications for a PhD Fellowship (Ref.No. JSMC?12/2009) on the topic Chemical signals coordinating differentiation in Actinomyces
The Jena School for Microbial Communication (JSMC) is funded by the German Excellence Initiative. It conceptionally combines different research areas (microbial communities, interactions with plant, animal and human hosts and
environmental interactions) to a comprehensive picture of microbial communication. JSMC is
an ambitious Graduate School prospectively comprising 150 PhD students who will be educated in a structured,
interdisciplinary training program based on top-level fundamental research. Four faculties of the Friedrich Schiller
University Jena, six non-university research institutions as well as twelve partner companies are participating in this
cutting edge research and training program which includes an innovative PhD program, career development and
intensive sociocultural care. Three embedded existing Research Training Groups as well as twelve other cooperative
research projects are engaged to incorporate novel research areas to achieve a complete view of microbial
The Entertainment Software Association's charitable arm, the ESA Foundation, is offering 30 scholarships to women and minorities who aspire to get a job in the games industry.
The Wilderness Society is now accepting applications for the 2009 Gloria Barron Wilderness Society Scholarship. This 10,000 scholarship is awarded annually to a graduate student in natural resources management, law or policy programs.
The National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic is intended to support mobility of foreign students, PhD students, university teachers and researchers to stay at Slovak universities and research institutions.
Postdoctoral Fellow with emphasis on Assessment and Clinical Services: Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), University of Houston. The position will commence August 17, 2009 and end August 16, 2010. Responsibilities include providing: (1) assessments in Learning Disabilities and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder,(2)individual, couples and group psychotherapy, 3) crisis intervention, 4) campus and community outreach/consultation, 5) supervision; and other duties as assigned. Candidates must hold a completed doctoral degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology.
The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) invites applications from advanced graduate students to pursue PhD thesis research with members of the STScI scientific staff. The research at STScI includes a wide range of theoretical, observational, and instrumental topics. The students who participate in this program normally spend 1-3 years at STScI; however, proposals for shorter visits may also be considered. Students in this program are expected to remain enrolled in the graduate program at their home universities. A stipend of approximately $25,000 per year (depending on qualifications) is provided by STScI. Some support for tuition is also available if required.
The Computer Security Research Laboratory (Laboratoire de Recherches en Sécurité Informatique LRSI) of the Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO) seeks candidates for a post-doctoral position jointly funded by PROMPT Québec http://www.promptquebec.com/, NSERC http://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/ and CA inc. www.ca.com/us.
Title of research project: Risk Analysis in Access Control Policies
PhD student position
in Molecular Biology with focus on Bioinformatics
The position is at the Department of Molecular Biology and within the Computational Life Science Cluster (CLiC) at Umeå University
Umeå University - with its 29,000 students and over 4,000 employees - is an organisation in constant change and development. The university's researchers carry out excellence within several areas of research, and many of them are among the world's elite. We are one of Sweden's largest providers of education and offer a broad and attractive range of courses and programmes. Our campus constitutes an inspiring environment for everyone that studies and works here. We wish to co-operate with companies and organisations throughout the Umeå region and all over the world.
Postdoctoral research scholarship in Landscape Ecology
at the Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, Stockholm University. Rref.no. 463-15-09. Final date for applications: March 31, 2009.
Description : The Jena School for Microbial Communication (JSMC) is funded by the German Excellence Initiative. It conceptionally combines different research areas (microbial communities, interactions with plant, animal and human hosts and environmental interactions) to a comprehensive picture of microbial communication (www.jsmc.uni-jena.de). JSMC is an ambitious Graduate School prospectively comprising 150 PhD students who are educated in a structured, interdisciplinary training program based on top-level fundamental research. Four faculties of the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, six non-university research institutions as well as twelve partner companies are participating in this cutting edge research and training program which includes an innovative PhD program, career development and intensive sociocultural care. Three embedded existing Research Training Groups as well as twelve other cooperative research projects are engaged to incorporate novel research areas to achieve a complete view of microbial communication.