Visit laboratories located in Trieste, Italy, for three months to carry out joint research projects in an all-expenses-paid-trip-to-Italy research program.
Successful applicants will take on scientific research work in SISSA research areas and receive stipends for the duration of the visit.
See below for full details on research areas, deadline, eligibility, and how to apply for the fellowship.
Application Deadline: 9 September 2020
If you are selected, you will receive:
You are only eligible for this fellowship if
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All applications should be written in English.
It should be made evident that the applicant and the proposed host have been in contact regarding the scientific work to be done during the visit and that the conditions for conducting the work have been agreed in terms of the timing of the visit and the facilities available
Only signed reference letters can be accepted.
The TWAS-SISSA-Lincei cooperation visits program is a joint initiative by the TWAS, the Lincei Academy and SISSA, to support qualified scientists from Least Developed Countries to carry out research work in scientific fields within the SISSA portfolio.
This year’s edition offers the opportunity to visit research laboratories in Trieste, Italy for collaborative research projects in Physics, Neuroscience, Mathematics, Science Outreach as well as COVID-related projects.
The administration and financial operation of TWAS is undertaken by UNESCO in accordance with an agreement signed by the two organizations.
All applications with relevant documentation should be forwarded to the TWAS Secretariat by 9th September, 2020.
The research visit will last for 3 months.
Fellowships are awarded by the Selection Committee on the basis of scientific merit.
The research program will be hosted in laboratories in Trieste, Italy
TWAS collaborates with a broad network of organizations with shared objectives in a bid to promote science in the developing world.
The TWAS-SISSA-Lincei Research Cooperation Visits Program is a joint task coordinated by
With 80 professors, up to 100 post-docs, 300 PhD students and 110 technical administrative staff, SISSA’s activities center on three main areas: Physics, Neuroscience, and Mathematics.
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