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Subject: Summer Project Stipends for Young Scientists
From: Ulf Dieckmann <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 14 Jan 2004 19:01:05 +0100

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Funding is offered for young scientists interested in collaborative
research on the evolutionary ecology of (marine or freshwater) fish
and its interplay with fisheries.

As in previous years, Ph.D. students can apply for participation
in the Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP), hosted - from June
1 to August 31, 2004 - by the International Institute for Applied
Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria. Training is based on
close interaction with the advising senior scientists, and
typically leads to a publication in an international journal, and,
where applicable, to a chapter in a candidate's Ph.D. thesis. In
general, IIASA's summer program offers exceptional opportunities
for acquiring experience in an international research environment.
The Institute is located in the former summer palace of the
Habsburgs, ca. 10 km south of Vienna.

Young scientists from Austria, China, Egypt, Estonia, Finland,
Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden,
and the USA are eligible for personal stipends providing full
funding. For students from other countries, travel and
accommodation stipends can be arranged on a case-by-case basis.

While successful applicants will usually pursue a Ph.D. program at
their home institutions, exceptions for master students and young
postdocs are certainly possible. Projects relating to any of the
nine areas described under "Research Activities" on are eligible. Chances of success are
increased when candidates informally discuss, prior to their
application, specific research interests and plans with the
project leader of the Adaptive Dynamics Network, Dr Ulf Dieckmann
([log in to unmask]).

Review of applications will commence immediately. To receive full
consideration, online applications should be completed before
January 22, 2004 (after that date, please apply by sending an
email to Ulf Dieckmann).

Some useful links:
  Information about the Adaptive Dynamics Network
  Details about the summer program, and online application
  Examples of successful student projects
  General information about IIASA

Ulf Dieckmann                   Phone  +43 2236 807 386
Project Leader                         +43 2236 807 275 (secretary)
Adaptive Dynamics Network              +43 2236 807 231 (secretary)
International Institute         Fax    +43 2236 71313
 for Applied Systems Analysis   Email  [log in to unmask]
A-2361 Laxenburg                Web

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