29/03/2019

Université de Liège call for 12 Incoming Post-Docs in Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Materials and Agrobiotechnology (IPD-STEMA)

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  • ORGANISATION NAME
    Université de Liège (ULiège)
  • ORGANISATION COUNTRY
    Belgium
  • FUNDING TYPE
    Mobility Incoming
  • DEADLINE DATE
    03/05/2019
  • RESEARCH FIELD
    Natural sciences
    Professions and applied sciences
  • CAREER STAGE
    Recognised Researcher (R2) (PhD holders or equivalent who are not yet fully independent)

Outline

The Research Council for Sciences and Technology (SRC-ST) of University of Liège (ULiege) currently provides a fellows programme that supports young incoming post-docs who want to develop their research at ULiege in Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Agro-Biotech, Materials (STEMA) and related disciplines.

 

 

What is funded

The fellows will be offered a 2-year position with a salary, a running cost budget for research and lifetime skills training opportunities that will enable them to develop their capabilities and independence as research leaders.

The Euraxess Mobility Service Centre of the University of Liege will provide help for mobility and settlement to each fellow as well as to his/ her family.

IPD-STEMA offers attractive working conditions for researchers. The conditions under which researchers are welcomed include remuneration with social security coverage1 plus a research budget of 5,000 EUR/year. The researcher has a complete freedom to choose his/her host research unit according to his/ her academic field or research area.

Duration

The duration of the fellowship is 24 months. The total number of fellowships offered in 2019 is 12.

Eligibility

The current IPD-STEMA programme is  dedicated to newly graduated postdocs who meet the following conditions :

  •  PhD obtained abroad after 1 October 2013 or be in a position to obtain his/ her doctoral degree before 15 September 2019. The earliest admissible date of the doctoral degree will be set back by one year per maternity/paternity leave, with a max. of 2 years;
  • meet the conditions for being allocated a "foreign post-doctoral grant" in Belgium, i.e. not have lived or worked in their main job in Belgium for more than 24 months in the past 3 years before the start of the IPD-STEMA fellowship, develop full-time unconstrained research at ULiege and not perform any other paid work for ULiege or a third party (i.e. company);
  • not have worked at ULiege for more than 12 months before the start of the fellowship, as foreign post-doctoral grantee or employee;
  • only one applicant per host researcher (in case 2 applicants refer to the same host-researcher, both applications will be rejected); the host must be affiliated to the Sectorial Research Council in Science and Techniques.

Attachments

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS IPD STEMA (2.2 MB)

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