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Academic Visits & Visiting Fellowships
Call for applications
Applications are invited from researchers working in central and eastern Europe1 for short academic visits to research centres and laboratories participating in INCORE (see http://incore.ich.ucl.ac.uk). Academic Visits and Visiting Fellowships are intended to facilitate interactions between research centres working on cooperation, and address specific projects that relate to the research being undertaken by the INCORE partners.
The objective of INCORE is to further the development of research into cooperative behaviour in humans and animals. It also aims to encourage the participation of junior researchers in this field, and to promote collaboration between groups working on diverse aspects of cooperation research. Partner specialisms include animal ecology, brain and behavioural science, experimental economics, genetics and biosciences and primatology.
The following opportunities are offered for the period 1st September 2008 to 31st August 2009:
Two Visiting Fellowships for graduate students (two months each)
Two Visiting Fellowships for junior researchers2 (one month each)
Two Academic Visits for senior researchers3 (one week each)
Successful applicants will be awarded travel costs (maximum 500), a contribution to research costs (maximum 500), and subsistence for the duration of the visit.
To apply, please complete the attached application form. The aims of the proposed research project should be achievable within the time frame of the visit and applicants should contact their intended host prior to submitting an application. Completed application forms and informal enquiries should be sent to Dr Freya Harrison, Department of Biology & Biochemistry, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY United Kingdom, or emailed to email@example.com. The closing date for applications is Monday, 14th July 2008.
INCORE is funded under the 6th Framework Programme of the European Commission. It is falls under the theme of What it means to be human. The visiting fellow scheme is part of INCORE Work Package 4 (work package leader Prof Tamas Szekely, University of Bath).
1Eligible countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, FYR Macedonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey
2Post-doctoral researchers with no more than 3 years experience since completing a PhD
3Principal investigators, academic fellows, university lecturers or senior post-doctoral researchers
INCORE Academic Visits & Visiting Fellowships 2008-9
Please return this form to Dr Freya Harrison, Department of Biology & Biochemistry, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY United Kingdom or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with a brief outline of your proposed research project (maximum 700 words).
Status (delete as applicable): Graduate student / Junior researcher / Senior researcher
Institution and address:
Supervisor (if a student):
Contact telephone number:
Nationality: Country of residence:
Brief resumé of educational and professional qualifications (most recent first):
Please list your most recent publications:
Which group do you wish to visit?
Proposed dates for visit – Start: End:
Please explain briefly how a visiting fellowship would contribute to your research and/or career development (no more than 100 words):