—北大-IIASA联合培养博士后

• 项目概况

• 资助名额不超过 2 个,资助期限为两年

• 基础年薪 18.5 万元(税前),五险一金约 9.1 万元/年、租房补助 6 万元/年

• 2019 年博士后项目:https://postdocs.pku.edu.cn/tzgg/90955.htm

• 申请人条件

• 年龄不超过 35 岁,获得博士学位不超过三年

• 评选标准包括学术能力、研究计划水平、研究方向与导师契合度等

• 申请时间节点:4 月 30 号截止,7 月 1 日公布结果,9 月 2 日进站

• 申请材料

• 北京大学-IIASA 博士后项目申请书,个人简历

• 两封推荐信 (必含博士期间导师推荐信一封)

• 双方博士后合作导师的确认函各一封

      

       近日,北京大学(PKU) 与国际应用系统分析研究所(IIASA)发布了联合博士后项目申请通知,希望招收有学术研究能力与潜力的博士后,为其提供高水平的学术训练、跨学科的资源支持、良好的科研环境以及多层次的国际交流机会。拟招收的博士后岗位研究方向覆盖经济学、环境挑战(包括环境污染与环境风险、能源、生态系统和自然资源管理)等多领域。这一联合博士后项目是经济、能源、环境、生态等学科领域的高水平人才加入北京大学与国际应用系统分析研究所的良好机会。

       北京大学环境科学与工程学院在能源与气候政策、水流域管理、空气污染治理政策评价、自然资源管理、环境风险评价等方面与IIASA相关研究团队有很强的相关性和互补性。相关研究团队介绍请见:http://cese.pku.edu.cn 。戴瀚程研究员所领导的能源环境经济与政策研究组(LEEEP针对经济发展绿色低碳转型伴随的成本和效益以及转型的关键技术措施等问题,以能源-环境-健康-经济系统综合评价模型为手段开展系列研究工作,并通过暑期青年科学家项目(YSSP)等形式与IIASA的Air和Water项目组建立了密切联系和合作研究,具有良好的合作基础。本研究组热烈欢迎能源经济学、环境健康等方向的同仁联系和申请这一博士后项目,共同开展学术研究。

图一 在环境科学与工程学院老师见证下,林建华校长与IIASA所长Pavel Kabat教授签署合作协议

       项目英文介绍:

Peking University and the International Institute for Applied Systems AnalysisInternational Postdoctoral Fellowship Program Call for Applications 2018

 

Within the framework of their Memorandum of Understanding, Peking University (hereinafter referred to as PKU) and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (hereinafter referred to as IIASA) have launched the PKU-IIASA International Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, aimed at training highly qualified early-career postdoctoral researchers to carry out research in fields of mutual interest at both PKU and IIASA, which include but are not limited to advanced methodology, technological, economic, and environmental challenges including pollution and risk analysis, energy, ecology, and ecosystems management, and natural resources including water.

PKU-IIASA Postdoctoral Fellows will have the opportunity to develop international and interdisciplinary research skills and become part of a vibrant, dynamic, diverse, and international scientific research community both at PKU and at IIASA. This opportunity will give the fellows the chance to advance their skills and broaden their research interests.

Additionally, the fellows will gain first-hand experience in applying systems analysis to real-world problems and issues. The fellows will have access to a network of international collaborators, many of them with highly successful careers in their own specialized scientific areas, which can help in boosting future career prospects.

Duration

The Program will offer initially two (2) postdoctoral fellowships every year. Each fellowship is to be awarded for 24 months. In general, a fellow (fellowship recipient) should register and conduct research at PKU for 12 months and at IIASA for 12 months. In addition, exchange visits by the fellow to IIASA when the fellow is at PKU and vice versa are expected; this will include a mandatory inaugural visit, to ensure co-design of the research and to strengthen collaboration between PKU and IIASA. The exact time and sequence to be spent at both institutions shall be discussed and decided between the fellow and their host supervisors at both PKU and IIASA. The extension of the fellowship beyond the first 12 months shall be subject to a joint mid-term evaluation.

Funding

PKU will pay fellows in RMB, even when fellows are working at IIASA. For each fellow, a monthly stipend of 15,000 RMB will be provided. While at PKU, a fellow may pay to live in the PKU postdoctoral flat or choose to receive a subsidy of 3,500 RMB per month and to find their own accommodation. While at IIASA, a fellow will be required to find their own accommodation, but will also receive an accommodation subsidy of 3,500 RMB per month (the equivalent in Euro). PKU will be responsible for bearing the costs of insurances for the fellow while they are at PKU. IIASA will be responsible for bearing the costs of the accommodation subsidy and health insurance for the fellow while they are at IIASA.

Costs for relocation travel and the inaugural and subsequent exchange visits of the fellow between PKU and IIASA are borne by the receiving institution. The host supervisors of the fellow at PKU and IIASA are expected to cover the cost for conducting the collaborative research of the fellow and may cover extra travel expenditures.

Eligibility and Evaluation Criteria

The fellowship is open to applicants of all nationalities who are highly qualified early-career researchers. They must have received their Ph.D. no more than five years prior to the start of the appointment. Applicants holding tenure or in tenure-track faculty positions are not eligible. Each applicant must identify at least one faculty member from each institution who agrees to serve as his/her host supervisor.

Selection is based on the academic excellence of the applicant, the quality of the proposed research project, compelling demonstration of the anticipated synergy of a joint postdoctoral project, and the commitment of the respective hosts at both institutions. The research proposal should include information on how the project will benefit from the research environments of both institutions and how the proposal interfaces the fellow’s own research interests with the research agendas pursued by PKU and IIASA. Applicants are advised to review the research section of the PKU webpage and the research section of the IIASA webpage.

Application

All application documents must be prepared in English and include all of the following in one PDF document:

  1. PKU-IIASA International Postdoctoral Fellowship Application Form
  2. Full CV or Resume
  3. Two recommendation letters (preferably including one from the applicant’s doctoral supervisor)
  4. An endorsement letter or e-mail from each of the envisaged postdoctoral supervisors at PKU and IIASA. The letter or e-mail should include detailed information on the added value of the research project and a clear statement of commitment regarding the physical and intellectual research environment that the supervisor will provide to the fellow.

 

Application Deadline 

All application must be received by Friday, 14 September 2018.

Submission and Queries

Applicants are requested to submit their application document as one PDF file by email simultaneously to the following three coordinators:

For PKU General and Scientific Queries

Mr. Fan Deshang

Postdoctoral Affairs Office

Peking University (PKU)

E-mail address: boguanban@pku.edu.cn

For IIASA General Queries

Ms. Aleksandra Cofala

Postdoc Coordinator

IIASA

E-mail address: cofaleks@iiasa.ac.at

 

For IIASA Scientific Queries

Ms. Gui-Ying Cao

Senior Research Scholar

Exploratory and Special Projects

IIASA

E-mail address: cao@iiasa.ac.at

 

These contacts are also available for queries as stated above.

Additional Information

  1. Please direct all further inquiries to the coordinators of the program as stated above.

     

  2. Fellows may choose to register at the Office of China’s National Postdoctoral Affairs Management Committee to have access to China’s postdoctoral funds and other special privileges.

     

  3. Fellows will have to sign an agreement with PKU to initiate the visa application procedure before conducting their postdoctoral research at PKU.

     

  4. Any Chinese nationals applying will be required to sign a contract with PKU for 24 months, which is mandatory under Chinese Law. This is not a requirement for applicants who are nationals of other countries.

     

  5. IIASA will assist accepted fellows with obtaining their visa/residency card while working in Austria.

     

  6. IIASA does not carry out lab-type research, and consequently no laboratories are available at the institute.

For more information click here:https://postdocs.pku.edu.cn/tzgg/90955.htm

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