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Post-Doctoral Research Scholarship - Apply for the call by 5 July 2019!

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RawMatCop 2018-2020 Call for Applications:

  • 2-3 Post-Doctoral Research Scholarship Projects, duration 1 year
  • 2-3 Academic Placement Projects with Industry/Authorities, duration 1 year

Applications should be submitted to EIT RawMaterials via email to [email protected]

Deadline for applications is 5 July 2019, 12:00 CEST.

Application contents, including budget calculation, evaluation process and criteria for assessment, timeline and application template can be found in the attached Call for Applications.

Scope of the Post-Doctoral Research Scholarship projects and the Academic Placements with Industry/Authorities should address one of the following domains of the Copernicus-related data for:

  • Raw material prospecting and exploration
  • Raw material extraction and mining activities
  • Secondary raw material resources

 

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