IAS Outstanding Junior Fellows Nominations

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Call for nominations - IAS Oustanding Junior Fellows

 

Guidelines for submitting candidates in the framework of
​The IAS Oustanding Junior Fellows 

  • Framework of Visits

    Nominations

    There are several IAS frameworks for bringing visitors to the university, and the "IAS Outstanding Junior Fellows" is reserved for exceptional young scientists in all academic disciplines. Those remarkable fellows who have already made very substantial top-level contributions to research in their respective fields, clearly indicating that they are on their way to becoming world leaders.

     

    Nominations of IAS Outstanding Junior Fellows are usually made by the Faculties. Faculty members are welcome to initiate such nominations; however, the nomination should be done with a reference from the Dean of the Faculty. The nomination file should include a nomination letter, a detailed Curriculum Vitae of the candidate that clearly describes the nominee's achievements, a list of publications and a supporting letter by the Dean. These nominations are brought to the Institute Steering Committee in its annual meeting during January each year. Final decisions are usually expected by the end of January.

  • How to

    Time Table

    Nominations intended for the January meeting of the Institute Committee should be submitted to the IAS secretary until the beginning of December. Decisions concerning the Fellows will be made one academic year before their expected visit (i.e. the fellows are elected for the academic year starting in the following October).

     

    Confirmed Visitors

    Following confirmation of a nominated Fellow, the Institute will notify the originator(s) of the nomination and the dean, and send a letter of invitation to the confirmed candidate. Confirmed fellows are expected to coordinate the timing of their visit with their faculty hosts as well as with the Institute.

     

    The Institute staff will take care of logistics associated with travel, housing and general expenses, and assist the host in organizing and announcing any academic program associated with the visit.

     

    Faculties are expected to take care of the academic schedule and the on-campus needs of their visitors, including office space and computer services.

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