2020 First Session of Postdoctoral Scholar Program at Academia Sinica is open for applications from August 1st to September 2nd, 2019.
Eligibility for potential postdoctoral scholars:
- Academia Sinica Postdoctoral Scholars (Distinguished): Applicants with their PhD conferred after January 2016.
- Postdoctoral Scholars (Regular): Applicants with their PhD conferred after January 2014.
- Applicants who had given birth after receiving their PhDs may defer the timeframe specified above for 2 years; while those who had served compulsory military service after receiving their PhDs may defer the timeframe specified above for a period equivalent to the length of their service, and should provide proof for such military service.
Applicants from the Divisions of Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Life Sciences should indicate the type(s) of scholars they intend to apply for. Applicants from the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences need not specify the type of scholars as it will be decided by the review committee.
Applicants who have not received their PhD by the application deadline must obtain a confirmation letter from their doctoral advisor stating that their PhD degree will be conferred prior to the appointment date. The appointment period of the first session of the 2020 Postdoctoral Scholars Program will be from January 1st, 2020 to December 31, 2021.
Applicants who apply for the Academia Sinica Postdoctoral Scholar (Distinguished) and applicants from the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences are required to submit a proposal detailing the goal, significance, background, methodology, and anticipated accomplishments of their research projects. Proposals lacking these aspects may result in adverse outcomes when reviewed.
The applicants must make sure that the application from their principle investigator (PI) and three letters of recommendation are submitted to the Department of Academic Affairs and Instrument Service (DAAIS) before the application deadline.
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