This program aims at encouraging “Czech studies” or studies concerning Czech countries. It helps financing short-term residencies in one of the various institute of the Academy of Sciences in the Czech Republic. Applicants should be young (usually under 35) foreign researchers, whose work focuses on the Czech Republic’s history, culture, languages or geography.
Applications are submitted by the directors of the Academy’s Institutes, after receiving a recommendation from their Institute’s board. Every year, applications must be submitted before February 28th and August 31st.
More information on the Academy of Science’s website
Two calls are currently available for IAS in Toulouse and Lyon. You can look for new calls on the NEFIAS website.
- Call for IAST in the fields of anthropology, biology, history, law, philosophy, political science, psychology and sociology. Eligible applicants are active researchers who have completed their PhD after January 2013 and before September 2015. The IAST offers candidates an opportunity to devote themselves full time to their research at the start of their careers. Fellows are provided with office space, computer facilities and a salary for two years, renewable for a third year. Deadline is 18 November 2015.
Check the call here.
- Call for Collegium de Lyon for a residence starting 1 September 2016. Deadline is 1 January 2016
Chech the selection process here.
Call for applications
Deadline for submitting applications at CEFRES: 28 August 2015.
Period: from 1st January 2016 to 31st December 2018.
Application Language: English only.
As a partner of CEFRES Plateform, Charles University is recruiting two high-quality post-doctoral research fellows from abroad, to become researchers at CEFRES, within the frame of the Charles University’s International Post-Doc Research Fund. These post-doctoral positions are open for two years from 1st of January 2016. The salary is 28 000 CZK per month and a fixed-term contract will be signed between the each post-doctoral researcher and CEFRES. Continue reading Two Foreign Post-Doctoral Positions at CEFRES funded by Charles University in Prague
The French National Research Agency has just published the second edition of the “Hosting High-Level Researchers” call. This funding instrument dedicated to individuals and open to all scientific fields enables “junior” or “senior” researchers from any country to carry out an ambitious research project in a reputed institution in France. The ANR funding is designed to help French laboratories fulfil their role as host and researchers to conduct their research.
See the description of the program on the site of the French National Research Agency.
See the 2015 call.
The call closing date is scheduled for 29th May 2015.