Amsterdam Data Science-Amsterdam Academic Alliance: International Visiting Researchers Programme
The aims of the Visiting Researchers programme are:
- To generate international collaborations between ADS and one of either:
- Insight (Centre for Data Analytics, Ireland)
- Tsinghua University, Department of Computer Science and Technology, China
- Wuhan University of Science and Technology, China
See more information here: https://amsterdamdatascience.nl/about/international-collaborators/
- To facilitate knowledge exchange
- To explore new and or emerging research topics in data science
ADS specifically invites applications for funding that will aid in advancing our Strategic Directions, see: https://amsterdamdatascience.nl/about/strategic-directions/
Funding applications are welcome at PhD, postdoc and senior faculty levels. The length of visit is flexible but we envisage a minimum of 3 months.
Applications should include the following information (maximum 300 words):
- Names of researchers at Amsterdam, and host (if a connection has already been established), thatwill be involved in the collaboration
- Brief overview on the collaboration area, why funding is needed and what is the anticipated outcome of the visit
- Length of visit
- What the host will contribute to the visit (e.g. monetary matching, exchange in the other direction, supervisionduring the visit/facilitate the visit etc)
- If a connection with the host organisation/department has already been established
Deadline for applications is Friday 15 September 2017
Details on the application available here in PDF format
Please mail any queries and applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
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