Post-Doctoral Fellowships (sponsored by the AXA Research Fund)

Post-Doctoral Fellowships

Post-Doctoral Fellowships (sponsored by the AXA Research Fund)

Deadline: May 17, 2017

 

In 2017 the AXA Research Fund will be proposing up to 25 Post-Doctoral Fellowships to outstanding researchers. You can be awarded a grant for up to €130,000 for an 18 to 24 month period. All research institutions willing to host Post-Doctoral Fellowship candidates that are registered in the AXA Research Fund database will be receiving our two bottom-up calls for applications.

 

It is up to the Institution to identify the best possible candidates to participate in these Post-Doctoral Fellowships campaigns. Candidates will subsequently be expected to submit their application outlining the research project the are to carry out in the host institution nominating them.

 

APPLICATIONS GUIDELINES

Download it to find out more about the selection process

 

APPLICATIONS PLATFORM

Click here to access the portal

 

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ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THE GRANT?

 

Host Institutions

  • The AXA Research Fund partners with academic institutions only.
  • Host institutions must be registered in the AXA Research Fund’s database.
  • Eligible Institutions are subdivided into the AXA Research Fund Advisory Board’s defined geographical scopes as follows:

 

Europe:

Iceland*, Member States of the European Union*, Norway*, Switzerland*.

 

Central and Latina America:

Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Mexico.

 

Africa and the Middle East:

Algeria*, Bahrain, Cameroon*, Egypt, Gabon*, Israel*, Ivory Coast*, Lebanon*, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, *South Africa, Turkey, United Arab Emirates.

 

Asia Pacific:

China*, Hong Kong*, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan*, Singapore*, South Korea, Vietnam.

 

*For candidates presented by institutions located in these countries, past, present or planned international mobility is mandatory.

 

Candidate

  • Only applicants without a permanent academic position are eligible.
  • The applicant must have been awarded his/her first PhD (or equivalent doctoral degree) before the beginning of the Post-Doctoral grant and within the 3 years preceding the deadline for the submission of their research proposal.
  • The eligibility period may be extended for up to 6 years in the event of documented career breaks (see below the Application Guidelines for details of eligible career breaks).

 

WHAT KIND OF PROJECTS ARE ELIGIBLE?
The research project must fall within the scope of the AXA Research Fund’s overall mission, that is, to fund basic science dedicated to developing a better understanding of global risks.
Only research projects with justified relevance to the following AXA Research Fund list of topics will be considered for funding:

 

Environmental risks, Life risks, Socioeconomic risks, Data and Tech

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply, academic institutions must be preregistered on our platform at least 5 days prior to the opening of a campaign. Institutions are urged to appoint a single Operational Contact to handle relations with the AXA Research Fund.

 

Timeline

 

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First, the host institutions operational contact nominates the number of fellows they wish to present by entering their names & email addresses online. The AXA Research Fund reviews their researchers’ profiles, and, depending on the available funding, allocates slots to the candidates the institution will be allowed to present.
Candidates are then invited by the European Science Foundation (ESF) to submit their research proposals and are provided with the necessary information to access the application form.

Click here to download the details of the selection process.

 

Key dates:

Institutions are invited to submit their applications for one of the two campaigns by:

  1. Nov. 3, 2016 for the first (now closed)
    2. May 15, 2017 for the second

 

 

 


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Kunlere is an environment and sustainable development strategist with years of active experience in environmental compliance monitoring and enforcement. You may follow him on Twitter via @kunlere_idowu

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