Griffith University Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme

The Griffith University Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme invites applications from high-calibre early career researchers. Both non-residents and Australian citizens/residents may apply.

Up to eight Fellowships may be awarded in 2018, with one Fellowship designated for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Researcher. Fellowships are for two years.

Access application forms and guidelines for the 2018 round from the Griffith University Internal grants page.

Applications Open: 2 May 2018

Applications due: 27 June 2018

Referee reports due: 6 July 2018

Outcomes expected: October 2018

Participate in the worldwide study on research stays abroad

Why are doctoral students and postdocs interested in conducting research abroad?

What information needs do they have when going abroad?

What influences their decision for a host country and institution?

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and “Research in Germany” isconducting a worldwide online survey to answer these questions.

Are you currently pursuing or planning a doctorate or postdoc? Then we invite you to participate in the survey. With your help, we can further improve the services and assistance available to international researchers. Click here to complete the 15 minute survey.

The new Quick Find is ready for you to start searching

There is a new and improved Quick Find search available for you to search for articles and books, as well as items located in the Library. Check out some of the new features and improvements. See what has changed:

  • Request PDF scans of hardcopy material of articles and chapters
  • New look My loans and holds: So user friendly!
  • New filters: Limit to hardcopy books
  • My Favourites: Permanently save your favourite books, articles and searches.
  • Find related articles: Enhanced to include cited and citing articles
  • New Browse items search: By subject, title or author
  • New Find a journal search: Browse to the online volume, issue and article.

More information and help is here. Your feedback and suggestions on the new Quick Find are welcome!

Minds & Hearts – Fulbright publication

Minds & Hearts is the flagship publication of the Australian-American Fulbright Commission, featuring news and announcements, as well as stories, articles, and creative works from Fulbright Scholars and Alumni.

You can read it for free via the Fulbright website.

This month’s journal throws the spotlight on STEM, looking at ripples in the fabric of spacetime; computers that function via quantum mechanical principles; virtual reality in the classroom; haptic feedback technology to assist motor impairment and much more. Enjoy reading!

Want to know more about the Fulbright Commission and Program?

 

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Green Talents Competition

Are you an up-and-coming researcher with innovative ideas? Does your research have a strong focus on sustainable development? Do you want to attend an international Science Forum in Germany to exchange your innovative green ideas with sustainability experts? The Green Talents Competition is open to emerging researchers from all disciplines. Apply by May 23, 2pm CEST.

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Research Data Science Winter School – Brisbane

The Australian Academy of Science, in association with Software Carpentry, CODATA and RDA, would like to invite EMCRs from various disciplines to apply to participate in the Research Data Science Winter School in Brisbane on 12-15 June 2018.

The winter school is aimed at EMCRs who already have experience collecting and analysing data, but are looking to take their data skills to the next level and become more effective using data for their research.

Read more information on their website.

 

Falling Walls Lab Australia – an innovative scientific challenge for bright young minds

Calls for talented young researchers and professionals to showcase their most innovative ideas.

The Falling Walls Foundation is a non-profit organisation in Berlin, dedicated to the support of science and the humanities. It was established in 2009, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall. At its heart is the question ‘Which are the next walls to fall?’ as a result of scientific, technological, economic and sociological breakthroughs.

Falling Walls Lab Australia 2018 Poster [PDF, 538KB]

Falling Walls Lab Australia 2018 – call for applications [PDF, 174KB]

Find out even more about Falling Walls Lab Australia on their website