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JESH-CROATIA Call for Applications 2020

Via the Joint Excellence in Science and Humanities (JESH - Croatia) programme, the Austrian Academy of Sciences promotes the development and intensification of cooperation between outstanding young researchers from Croatia and scholars in Austria.

In order to support young researchers in Croatia, who have been affected to a great extent by the Covid-19 pandemie and the earthquake in Zagreb in March 2020, the Austrian Academy of Sciences opens a call for scientists and scholars in Croatia.

Target group: Invited to apply are young scholars and scientists (max. 10 years after doctorate/PhD) who are doing research in Croatia and want to initiate or intensify a cooperation with researchers in Austria.

Host institutions in Austria: All institutes/departments of public universities in Austria and research institutes of the OeAW. Informations and conditions Application.

The deadline for applications is July 31, 2020.

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Bernd Rode Award 2020_ Call for Award

The Bernd Rode Award, a financial support up to a maximum amount of EUR 5.000, is granted to outstanding scientific and higher education collaborations between European and South-East-Asian universities in the framework of ASEA-UNINET. The Award awarded every 18 months in three categories ((junior, senior, project-based) aims to enhance and extend the research possibilities in the context of projects backed by ASEA-UNINET. The amount of money awarded has to be reinvested into an ASEA-UNINET-supported project (e.g. for travel expenses, research stay).

If you have participated in any ASEA-UNINET research project in the last five years (including ongoing projects), you have the possibility to apply for the Bernd Rode Award.

Applications are to be sent by email to asea-uninet(at)oead.at until May 10th 2020 at the latest. For further information regarding the guidelines, submissions and more required qualifications please see the link https://asea-uninet.org/scholarships-grants/call-for-bernd-rode-award/

If you should have any further question, please do not hesitate to contact us by email rongrong.peng@sbg.ac.at or asea-uninet(at)oead.at.

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