Have you received excellent academic training and are eager to perform cuttingedge research in an international environment? Do you want to push the frontiers of science and work with supervisors and colleagues that are among the best in the world?
The IST Austria Postdoctoral Program, ISTfellow, offers fully funded (two-year) postdoctoral fellowships for highly qualified candidates who have recently completed their PhD or equivalent in the natural or computer sciences, mathematics or any related discipline.
Application deadline: September 8th, 2020 (14:00 CET)
Positions are available in the following fields: Biology I Computer Science I Mathematics I Physics I Chemistry I Neuroscience
• State-of-the-art facilities and world-class scientific mentorship
• Two-year, fully funded postdoctoral position
• Collaborative research environment
• Workshops and training for career development
For more information visit: http://ist.ac.at/en/education/postdocs/
IST Austria is committed to equality and diversity.
About IST Austria
The Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) is a young international institute dedicated to basic research and graduate education in the natural and mathematical sciences, located in Klosterneuburg on the outskirts of Vienna.
IST Austria is committed to conducting world-class research. By 2026, up to 90 research groups will perform research in an international state-of-the-art environment
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