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[Met-jobs] 3-Month Summer Fellowship for PhD Students at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (Austria)

From "Roger Brugge" <>
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Date Wed, 28 Oct 2015 19:40:24 +0000

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Position Information

3 month Summer Fellowship for PhD students at the International
Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg Austria
Every summer from 1 June to 31 August, the International Institute for
Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) near Vienna, Austria, hosts up to 50
doctoral students from around the world in its Young Scientists Summer
Program (YSSP). Each YSSP participant works on a topic related to his or
her PhD thesis and IIASA’s research agenda, the goal being to write a
publishable paper. All YSSP participants are personally mentored by
IIASA senior scientists.

Who can apply?
You are an advanced graduate student;
● Your field of study complements research at IIASA;
● You are interested in pursuing interdisciplinary research;
● Your research and career would benefit from working alongside young
scientists and senior scientists from around the world;
● You would like to explore the policy implications of your work.
Successful applicants from countries with an IIASA National Member
Organization (NMO) are eligible for funding, and some fellowships are
also available for students from non-NMO countries.
An on-line application form, along with more information, can be found
Deadline for application: 11 January, 2016
General questions/ contact information:
How to apply:

More information about IIASA:
Located near Vienna, Austria, IIASA is an international institute
engaged in scientific research that provides support for policymakers on
issues of importance in three global problem areas: Energy & Climate
Change, Food & Water, Poverty & Equity.

IIASA’s research comes under the following programs:
Advanced Systems Analysis
Ecosystems Services and Management
Evolution and Ecology
Mitigation of Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gases
Risk, Policy and Vulnerability
Transitions to New Technologies
World Population.

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