O Apoio à Investigação tem como missão auxiliar as atividades científicas da Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Lisboa, especialmente quanto à conceção, organização e acompanhamento de projectos científicos, académicos e editoriais da Faculdade, dos seus institutos e centros de investigação.
No ambito do compromisso com a internacionalização, a Faculdade de Direito divulga aos seus docentes e investigadores as chamadas para a apresentação de artigos em eventos e revistas de prestígio académico, bem como oportunidades de financiamentos de projetos e visitas de investigação em centros de pesquisa de excelência.
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Chamadas e Candidaturas
The LMU Research Fellowship Program is directed at candidates from all fields of research who have recently completed their doctoral studies with outstanding results. Our program is designed to promote the career development of early-career postdoctoral researchers and to support them in building international networks of collaboration.
Since 1969 the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft has supported many talented young scientists and researchers through its Max Planck Research Groups, providing them with the opportunity to lay the stepping stones for a successful career in science by assuming responsibility for research early on in their career. An overwhelming majority of Max Planck Research Group leaders has very successfully proceeded to full professorships at German universities or abroad after their term, and a significant part also has been appointed as a Max Planck Director later on.
The standard setting and contract conditions for Max Planck Research Groups are as follows:
- the group leader position (W2; approximately equivalent to assistant or associate professor position without tenure)
- Postdoc position(s)
- PhD positions
- Technical Assistant position(s) as far as necessary
- internationally competitive start-up package for equipment
- adequate budget for consumables and running costs
The Max-Planck-Gesellschaft offers high flexibility in the use of the allotted money, allowing the group leaders to assign their budget individually according to need. The contract will be for 5 years plus a possible start-up phase. Limited extensions are possible after positive evaluation.
Individual Fellowship at the Université libre de Bruxelles, IF@ULB, is a comprehensive fellowship
programme providing excellent experienced researchers the opportunity to conduct frontier research
and receive diversified training in an environment of scientific excellence and state-of-the-art facilities,
under the supervision of renowned academics and with the support of an extensive collaboration
network of academic and non-academic institutions. IF@ULB is funded in part by ULB and in part by the
European Commission through the Marie-Skodowska Curie COFUND Programme.Eligibility:Applicants of any age and of any nationality are eligible.
Eligible applicants are experienced researchers:
with a PhD degree and maximum 7 years of post-doctoral experience at the
date of the call deadline or
without a PhD but a documented full-time equivalent research experience
of minimum 4 and maximum 11 years at the date of the call deadline.
Full-time equivalent research experience is measured from the date when a
researcher obtained the degree allowing him or her to embark on a doctorate.
This needs to be proven by the employment (or equivalent) contracts.
DAAD research grants provide foreign doctoral candidates and young academics and scientists with an opportunity to carry out research or continue their education in Germany. There are funding programmes for various qualification phases and stages in a career. The grants also promote the exchange of experience and networking amongst colleagues.
Each year the College offers a number of Visiting Fellowships to people who intend to engage in study and research in Oxford and are prepared to participate in the academic life of the College. Visiting Fellows are expected to be resident in Oxford during the tenure of the Fellowship. A Visiting Fellow may be elected for a period of one, two, or three terms within the Oxford academic year. Three term applications are particularly welcome. The dates of term at Oxford for 2019–2020 are:
Michaelmas Term (from Sunday, 13 October to Saturday, 7 December, 2019)
Hilary Term (from Sunday, 19 January to Saturday, 14 March, 2020)
Trinity Term (from Sunday, 26 April to Saturday, 20 June, 2020)
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