ICTS – S. N. Bhatt Memorial Excellence Fellowship Program
ICTS Bangalore is inviting application for ICTS – S. N. Bhatt Memorial Excellence Fellowship Program.
About ICTS – S. N. Bhatt Memorial Excellence Fellowship Program:
International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS-TIFR), Bengaluru invites applications from academically bright and motivated students for the ICTS – S. N. Bhatt Memorial Excellence Fellowship Program in the summer of 2017.
This program offers a unique opportunity to undergraduate/masters students of Science and Engineering to work with faculty and post-doctoral fellows of the Centre and to participate in research at the frontiers of knowledge.
In addition, ICTS offers several prize postdoctoral fellowships:
1.) Max-Planck Partner Group Fellowships 2017-18
2.) ICTS-Simons Postdoctoral Fellowships 2017
3.) ICTS Post Doctoral Fellowships 2017
4.) Airbus Prize Postdoctoral Fellowship 2017-18
Duration: Duration would be somewhere around 2-3 month in summer 2017.
Who can apply:
– Undergraduate students of science, mathematics and engineering, who are in their third, fourth or fifth year of the program are eligible to apply.
– Exceptional undergraduates in their second year may also apply.
– Masters degree students and those who have completed their undergraduate are also welcome to apply.
Research Area: You will probably be working in the following areas:
• Physics / Applied Physics
• Mathematics / Applied Mathematics
• Computer Science
• Mechanical / Chemical engineering
How To Apply: Interested candidates should APPLY ONLINE with their:
• Curriculum Vitae.
• And other relevant details.
• The applicants also need to arrange at least two recommendation letters.
• Applications will be reviewed around February/March 2017.
Application Deadline: 31st January, 2017
– Applications received after the deadline may also be considered till the positions are filled.
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