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Two post-doctoral fellowships; one year at INESC TEC – applications are open for the Alain Bensoussan programme

INESC TEC will welcome two post-doctoral candidates within the scope of the international Alain Bensoussan programme, promoted by the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM). The research topics cover several domains in Computer Science, Information Technology and Applied Mathematics. The deadline for submitting applications is April 30.

01st April 2024

For 12 months, two post-doctoral researchers will have the opportunity to continue their R&D activities at INESC TEC, benefiting from a multidisciplinary research environment, with experienced and internationally acknowledged professionals in Artificial Intelligence, Communications, Computer Science and Engineering, Power and Energy Systems or Robotics.

To apply for the Alain Bensoussan Fellowship Programme – and INESC TEC – researchers must have completed their PhD in the last eight years and cannot have Portuguese nationality. There’s is no barrier if they are already residing in Portugal at the time of application.

Registration runs until April 30. All those interested can formalise their applications by filling out the form available on the ERCIM website. The list of research topics – which covers most areas in Computer Science, Information Technology and Applied Mathematics -, as well as additional information about this initiative, can also be found on the entity’s website.

All Portuguese researchers interested in the programme may only apply for fellowships at foreign institutions partnering with ERCIM.

INESC TEC is a leading R&D institution in Europe, and a reference in scientific research and technological development, technology transfer, advanced consulting and training and pre-incubation of new technology-based companies. The Institute’s scientific domains are: Artificial Intelligence, Bioengineering, Communications, Computer Science and Engineering, Photonics, Power and Energy Systems, Robotics, and Systems Engineering and Management. For more information, please check the Institute’s website.