The EUTOPIA Science and Innovation Fellowship Programme (EUTOPIA SIF) is opening a first call for applications to recruit 20 post-doctoral fellows.
The EUTOPIA-SIF program is developed by the EUTOPIA European University, an ambitious Alliance of six like-minded European universities the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium), CY Cergy Paris Université (France), the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain), the Göteborgs Universitet (Sweden), the Univerza v Ljubljani (Slovenia) and the University of Warwick (United Kingdom). The EUTOPIA alliance was selected as one of the first Erasmus+ ‘European Universities’ pilot projects in 2019. The core mission of EUTOPIA is to promote a connected and inclusive academic community, addressing global and local challenges, advancing excellence, inclusion, impact and innovation.
The EUTOPIA-SIF program aims at enhancing the research potential and career perspective of outstanding young researchers from around the world. It will provide the opportunity for early career researchers to develop their independent research in the scope of an interdisciplinary scientific project, and undertake training. Fellows will be hosted by one of the partner universities of EUTOPIA and will be offered extensive mobility opportunities within EUTOPIA and beyond.
Applications are welcome in the following key research areas:
- Materials Engineering,
- Data & Intelligence,
- Welfare & Inclusion.
Interdisciplinary approaches are particularly encouraged. Applications are invited from all disciplines, including Science, the Social Sciences, the Humanities and Arts in connection with the above key research areas.
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Awards:- Fellows will receive a monthly average living and mobility gross allowance of 4349 €. This average amount will be adjusted across host institutions to account for differences in cost of living and payroll taxes. Living allowances have been designed to offer attractive salary conditions to recognised researchers, whilst harmonizing living conditions across institutions to compensate for differences in cost of living and payroll taxes.