فرصت پسادکتری در دانشگاه ویلانوا آمریکا در زمینه مهندسی برق
فاند پسادکتری مهندسی برق | NSF یک برنامه postdocs جدید با نام CIFellows 2020 را راه اندازی کرده است که 2 سال فرصت پسا دکتری را در زمینه محاسبات (این زمینه تحت عنوان علوم و مهندسی محاسبات و اطلاعات (CISE) است) ارائه کرده است. حقوق سالانه این موقعیت 75000 دلار است و هر دانشگاه می تواند حداکثر 2 فلوشیپ را برگزار کند. از این یکی از اساتید ایرانی این دانشگاه، مجتبی واعظی نیز آمادگی پذیرش در این پوزیشن است.
متقاضیان فاند پسادکتری مهندسی برق باید موارد زیر را ارسال کنند:
- ریسرچ پروپوزال
- برنامه کمک هزینه تحصیلی
- توصیه نامه سرپرست تحقیق فعلی.
- توصیه نامه
- CV اکادمیک
*** We will be hosting a one-hour CIFellow 2020 Informational Webinar on Tuesday, May 26th at 3:00PM ET. There will be a brief 10-minute presentation on the program, followed by a Q&A. Presenters will be CCC Chair Mark D. Hill and CRA Board Chair Ellen Zegura. Please register for the webinar here. Please note that the webinar will be recorded and posted here after the event. ***
The Computing Research Association (CRA) and the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) are pleased to announce a new Computing Innovation Fellows (CIFellows) Program for 2020. This program recognizes the significant disruption to the academic job search caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and associated economic uncertainty and aims to provide a career-enhancing bridge experience for recent and soon-to-be PhD graduates in computing.
The goal of this program is to create career growth opportunities that support maintaining the computing research pipeline. Computing research is defined as any area included under the National Science Foundation (NSF) Computing and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate. This effort takes inspiration from CRA/CCC’s NSF-funded Computing Innovation Fellows Programs with cohorts starting 2009, 2010, and 2011 and CRA’s Best Practices Memo on Computer Science Postdocs.
With funding by the National Science Foundation, the CIFellows 2020 program will offer 2 year postdoctoral opportunities in computing, with cohort activities to support career development and community building for this group of Fellows.
***IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The contents of this website are still evolving. Please use the current contents as a prediction of the broad outline of the program, but be cognizant that specifics may change until the website is marked “final,” probably in late May. We will ensure that all requirements are finalized at least two weeks before the application deadline.***
The Computing Innovation Fellows Program is open to all researchers whose work falls under the umbrella of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Computing and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate, including computing education. Applicants must complete (or anticipate completing) the PhD degree or a first postdoctoral fellowship during the window of 7/1/2019-12/31/2020. Applicants must have had their academic job search curtailed by COVID-19. Proposed mentors must be tenured or tenure-track faculty employed at a US academic institution.
A central goal of the CRA is to foster a diverse computing research field by engaging and retaining individuals from different backgrounds. This often involves people from groups historically underrepresented in computing including, but not limited to, women, minorities, people with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ+, low socioeconomic, rural, etc. CRA strongly encourages applications demonstrating such diversity. Preference will be given to applicants who are U.S Citizens or have Permanent Residency.
Award Size and Duration
Awards will be for two years as a postdoctoral fellow (“CIFellow”). These will be subawards from the CRA to the Host Institution to cover annual salary of $75,000, fringe, and indirect (capped at 35%). CIFellows will have the ability to select September, 2020 or January, 2021 as start date.
***IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The contents of this website are still evolving. Please use the current contents as a prediction of the broad outline of the program, but be cognizant that specifics may change until the website is marked “final,” probably in late May. We will ensure that all requirements will be finalized at least two weeks before the application deadline, anticipated to be mid June. ***
Applicants must submit the following:
- Research Proposal consisting of
- 1-page statement of research objectives/goals for the duration of the 2 year fellowship, including Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts as defined in the NSF PAPPG. Broader Impacts might include addressing the changing world due to COVID-19, broadening participation, and/or pedagogical considerations. References may be included on a second page.
- 1-page statement of the candidate’s plan for achieving those objectives/goals. Include several milestones, and explain how any external needs, e.g., computing resources or laboratory equipment, will be met.
- Fellowship Plan – A 1-page statement that describes the research skills and experiences the candidate plans to gain during the fellowship and how these will advance their career objectives. These might include, e.g., authoring a research proposal; improving technical presentation techniques; conference attendance; managing and motivating a (student) research team; or teaching. This plan should be written in collaboration with the proposed mentor. It should explain how the fellow and mentor will work together to achieve what is planned, particularly if not co-located.
- Letter of recommendation from current research supervisor.
- Additional letter of recommendation.
- Letter of support from proposed Mentor – this letter must indicate a lack of funding for support of the applicant and complement the Fellowship Plan.
- Academic CV, 2 pages maximum.
- Application information checklist – items will include the PhD (university, advisor, date of defense); current professional situation (university, advisor); diversity information; and professional location where fellow will live and work during the fellowship.
Applicants may apply twice, with two different mentors. Each application should be separate. At most one applicant-mentor pair will be awarded.
- Applicants will be evaluated on their track record of research accomplishment, and on the merits of their Research Proposal.
- Applicants will be evaluated on the merits of their Fellowship Plan, amplified by the mentor’s letter.
- Attention will be paid to diversity.Fellowships will be awarded to span the research areas of CISE.
- No more than two fellowships will be awarded to candidates whose PhDs were/will be awarded from a single university
- No more than two fellowships will be awarded to candidates whose mentors are at a specific university.
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