Positions for Postdocs and Graduate Students Affected by the War in Ukraine
Perimeter Institute (PI) is offering positions in theoretical physics for postdoctoral researchers and graduate students affected by the war in Ukraine. These positions are open to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers whose study or research has been interrupted by the war in Ukraine. Citizens of all countries are eligible.
- Final-year master’s students will begin a PhD under the supervision of a PI Faculty member, enroll at one of PI’s partner universities and will be supported for the remainder of their degree.
- Current PhD students will work with a PI Faculty member for the duration of their stay at PI, typically for up to 1 year.
- Postdoctoral researchers will join PI’s collaborative and interdisciplinary environment for up to 1 year.
Program duration: Up to 1 year for advanced PhD students, and postdocs. Support for beginning PhD students will typically be for the remaining duration of their degree.
Program start date: As soon as September 1st (start dates will be arranged individually with successful applicants).
Funding: PI will work with all successful applicants on a case by case basis to assess funding requirements.
Application deadline: December 2022 (applications will be reviewed as they are received). Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until all positions are filled.
For more information on this program, please visit Perimeter Institute's website.
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