IIASA Postdoctoral Research grants in Sustainable Applied Systems, Austria

Postdoc Research grants
Study in:Austria
Deadline: 1 April 2018

IIASA Postdoctoral Research grants in Sustainable Applied Systems, Austria: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) provides full funding for several postdoctoral scientists every year. Scholars are expected to conduct their own research in collaboration within the framework of IIASA’s research programs and ongoing special projects in an interdisciplinary way.

Status: Applications are open now

Duration of Work: Postdoctoral positions are available up to 2 years

Start Date: The fellowships should be best started between October and January.

Research areas: Focus Research areas offered by the IIASA are as follows –

  1. Energy
  2. Ecosystem Services and Management
  3. Advanced Systems Analysis
  4. Air Pollution control and Greenhouse Gases
  5. World Population
  6. Evolution and Ecology
  7. Risk Policy and Vulnerability
  8. Water
  9. Transitions to New Technologies

IIASA Futures Research Initiatives: These are the new research avenues where IIASA is developing research studies:

  1. Economic Integration within European and Eurasian Space
  2. Arctic Futures
  3. Water Futures and Solutions
  4. Tropical Futures

Cross Cutting Activities

  1. Systemic Risk and Network Dynamics
  2. Social Heterogeneity in IIASA Models
  3. Equitable Governance of Common Goods
——Quick Overview———
Institute International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg
Level of Study Postdoctoral Research scientist
Country Austria
Subject areas See below the list of subject areas
Eligibility Phd in mentioned research areas
Deadline 1 April, 1 October (Yearly)

Contact details –

Tanja Huber

Postdoc Coordinator

  1. No.- +43(0) 2236 807 344

Mail to – huber@iiasa.ac.at

Application Procedure: Applications for the postdoc grants is done through the IIASA online postdoctoral application Portal.

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