SHORT-TERM VISITING FELLOWS PROGRAM,CSIC INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC GOODS AND POLICIES (IPP) MADRID, SPAIN
Isidro F. Aguillo
isidro.aguillo at CCHS.CSIC.ES
Thu Apr 25 11:48:31 EDT 2013
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2013 - SHORT-TERM VISITING FELLOWS PROGRAM
CSIC INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC GOODS AND POLICIES (IPP) MADRID, SPAIN
The CSIC Institute of Public Goods and Policies (IPP), within the
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), is calling for
applications for its 2013 Short-Term Visiting Fellows Program. Visits
should happen between May 1st and July 31st or September 1st and
December 1st 2013.
The program aims to facilitate and promote international collaboration
and co authorship of IPP researchers with researchers affiliated with
non-Spanish universities or research institutions.
It is a condition that applicants should be already collaborating or
willing to collaborate with IPP researchers on joint research projects
and drafting joint papers related to one or more of the active research
lines of the Institute. Preference will be given to visiting researchers
with a permanent position and PhD in non-Spanish universities or
The Institute is composed of three departments:
• Science Dynamics and Innovation
• Environmental Economics
• Comparative Politics.
Candidates are encouraged to learn about the institute’s activities and
faculty’s research profile at the Institute website: www.ipp.csic.es.
Priority would be given to applicants who are able to engage with more
than one IPP department.
The fellowship offers office space with IT services; access to the
library; and travel and accommodation expenses in Madrid during the time
of the visit. Visits should preferably last between two and eight weeks,
subject to negotiation. Basic support could include:
a) A living allowance not exceeding € 3 000 per month.
b) Complementary travel expenses (up to € 1 000).
The stipend could be increased further with compensations for
short-courses that the candidate may optionally conduct while at the
Institute. Evidence of available partial support (co-funding) will be
considered favorably. The final amount and conditions of support are
subject to negotiation and are conditional on the availability of funds.
Applications should be submitted directly to Direccion.IPP at csic.es and
include a CV of the applicant; the acceptance of the of the IPP
researcher(s) the candidate is expecting to work; a short outline of the
topic or paper in which (max. 500 words) they are going to work; the
proposed date of arrival; and length of stay.
The call is open on continual basis and formal applications will be
evaluated within two weeks after being received.
Evaluation of proposals and candidates will be based on its merits and
the contribution to the IPP research agenda.
Disclaimer: This call is made in accordance to Spanish Administrative
Law, and is subject to regulations and decisions made by Spanish
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