The CEI Research Fellowship Programme – CERES, co-funded by the FP7/People – Marie Curie Actions, is meant to promote transnational mobility (incoming) of scientists from the 18 CEI Member States1.
Study Subject:physics, maths,genetics, biotechnology, neurosciences, nano-sciences, bioinformatics
Description:The CEI Executive Secretariat offers 14 post-doctoral fellowships in the context of the CEI Research
Fellowship Programme – CERES, co-funded by the EC through its Seventh Framework Programme for
Research and Technological Development – Marie Curie Actions. The duration is 12 months,
experienced researchers1 from CEI Member States2 are eligible.
CERES is promoted in cooperation with 5 partner institutions, namely:
International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology – ICGEB;
International Centre for Theoretical Physics – ICTP;
Cluster in Biomedicine – CBM;
International School for Advanced Studies – SISSA;
Synchrotron – ELETTRA.
These institutions cover a large spectrum of highly relevant scientific research such as physics, maths,genetics, biotechnology, neurosciences, nano-sciences, bioinformatics: therefore, fellows will be given the chance to choose the topic of their research projects, as well as their host institution.
Considering that these centres of excellence are located in the area of Trieste, Italy, and taking into account that CERES supports incoming mobility, Italian nationals are not eligible.
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Nationality: CERES Fellowships are awarded to nationals from CEI Member States; considering
that the abovementioned host institutions are located in Italy, and taking into account that CERES
supports incoming mobility, Italian nationals are not eligible.
-Degree requirements: CERES Fellowships are awarded to “experienced researchers”, i.e. to candidates holding a PhD or having at least four years of full-time equivalent research experience;
– Language requirements: fluency in the English language is mandatory
Scholarship Deadline:30 April 2011