Grants for Young Researchers
Jobs and Studentships
Soil Conservation Projects
23. 7. 2017
at Universität Tübingen
8. 6. 2017
to assist towards attending an international conference in 2018.
1) Applicant must be a postdoctoral researcher or PhD student involved in microbiology and related areas;
2) Applicant will attend an international conference in 2018 to present his/her research (oral presentation or poster);
3) Applicant should submit the following documents:
* an abstract of their work;
* a short CV with selected publications;
* a short justification letter;
* a letter of support from their supervisor.
The awarded applicant will receive a grant of 800 Swiss Francs to support travel expenses.
The application process is now open and the deadline is 30 October 2017.
23. 4. 2017
Individual grant proposals are expected to focus on the trans-boundary, or comparative, and/or multi-disciplinary aspects of one or more of the following areas in the Hindu Kush Himalaya:
a. Water resource studies (monsoons, snow cover, permafrost, glacial lakes, wetlands, springshed, ground water, city/urban water, etc.);
b. Climate change impact on water resources;
c. Water resource management;
d. Disaster and risk management;
e. Water, food, and energy security; and
f. Upstream-downstream linkages and policy implication
These grants might be of interest to researchers, professionals and policy makers from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Nepal and Pakistan.
Deadline: Individual applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, ending 30 September 2017.
Further Details at: http://www.icimod.org/?q=27130
Thought for the month
“Nature had invested all her gold
In the industry of the soil”
(Ronald Stuart Williams, 1913-2000).
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