Join the oiip as an Ernst Mach Fellow
The Austrian Institute for International Affairs (oiip) invites early career scholars with an excellent track record in the fields of international relations, security studies, and political science who wish to conduct a research project in Vienna to apply for an Ernst Mach Grant – worldwide https://oead.at/en/to-austria/grants-and-scholarships/ernst-mach-grant/ The Ernst Mach Grant worldwide, provided by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research targets young scholars (up to 35 years old) with a competitive profile from around the world. The grant with a duration of up to 9 months covers a small stipend and living costs.
The oiip supports the application process and acts as host institution for incoming fellows. We provide an institutional affiliation, office space, access to our infrastructure, as well as involvement in a lively academic and policy community. Fellows will be expected to contribute to the output of the institute in the form of academic publications, policy papers, as well as academic and public events (conferences, workshops, and panel discussions).
We encourage researchers with projects broadly within the scope of our thematic areas: International Security, Democracy, Authoritarianism and the State, Europe and its Neighbourhood, Political Conflict, Violence and Extremism, Global Politics of Innovation, to apply for fellow status with oiip.
We are also interested in projects on international organizations, transatlantic relations or a regional expertise on Russia, China and/or Southeast Asia.
Preference is given to post-doctoral researchers with the aim to apply for a longer duration of the grant and to develop co-operations, e.g. in the form of joint grant proposals, beyond the grant period.
Interested researchers are kindly invited to send an academic CV and a short project outline (1 page max.) to email@example.com before November 30, 2019. Decisions on oiip support for applications will be made before December 15, 2019. Deadline for the final applications is February 1, 2020.