Austria Scholarship · Beasiswa

Masters in Space Studies Program at International Space University, Austria

The International Space University is proud to announce that Graz  of Technology has been selected to host its 24th Space Studies program to be held in the summer of 2011 in Graz, Austria. The dates of SSP11 will be 11 July – 09 September 2011.

The areas of strength of Graz  of Technology are combined in five interdisciplinary fields of expertise. These key fields make up the scientific fingerprint of the university at the heart of Europe on its journey to the international pinnacle. Excellent contacts with industry and business can be seen in numerous participations in scientific competence centres and research networks. Co-operations with scientific partner institutes act as a further dynamo to success. Scientists carry out research and development at the highest level in the seven faculties and their 100-plus institutes. All these factors relate to ISU’s international, interdisciplinary and intercultural credo.
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Beasiswa · Germany Scholarship

The L3S Research Center invites applications for Research Positions, Germany

The L3S Research Center, Hannover, Germany, invites applications for

in the context of a new international research project which starts in 2011 in our Web Search and Information Management group at L3S. The Project, will investigate new ways for preserving the Web content. Events, topics, opinions and their dynamics as well as information from the social web will be used to identify content relevant for archiving and to make Web archives a valuable source of information for future generations.
Your research will focus on topics in the following areas

Search and Information RetrievalInformation and Concept ExtractionData Mining and Statistical AnalysisSemantic Technologies and Web 2.0Natural Language Processing
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Beasiswa · Germany Scholarship

Germany: International PhD Program Democracy, Knowledge, and Gender in a Transnational World (IPP Transnational)

The Faculty of the Social Sciences at the Goethe University counts among those in the Federal Republic of Germany with a wealth of tradition and diversity in teaching and research perspectives. For its duration through the end of 2013, its international PhD program Democracy, Knowledge, and Gender in a Transnational World in short IPP Transnational, will be supported through funding the Faculty procured in 2010 within the scope of the DAAD call for submissions “International Promovieren in Deutschland” (IPID). The implementation of the program substantially profits from the expertise of the International Postgraduate Center Social Sciences (IPC), which houses the IPP Transnational and whose funding and supervisory structure ideally complements its range of offers.

The program admits thirty PhD candidates a year. In terms of content, the IPP Transnational’s profile connects three thematic fields that combine central research issues of the 21st century. Emphasis is placed on the interrelation between current transnational social transformations and the development of democracy, the (re)formation of the gender order, as well as bioscientific findings and practices.

The program contributes to the internationalization of the training of PhD candidates in the Faculty of the Social Sciences and is designed to make studying for a PhD at the Goethe University even more attractive, in particular for international junior scholars.[Read the rest of this entry…]

Switzerland Scholarship

Summer Research Program for Undergraduate Students, Switzerland

International Summer Research Program 2011 – School of Life Sciences – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology // Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)

Summer Research Program in Life Sciences and Technology at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), will offer an intensive research training opportunity to 25 undergraduate students interested in research careers in life sciences. This program will run from July 4th to August 26th 2011. (Earlier or later arrivals and departures can be arranged on a case-by-case basis between individual group leaders and participating students, however the student must be present for the core 8 weeks of the program. Any additional charges incurred by the change of dates must be covered by the student and/or lab.). Each participant will be required to submit a formal written report and present the results of their research at a student symposium held at the end of the program which provides an opportunity for participants to experience presenting their data to their peers and the scientific community at the EPFL.      More Information