Scholarships

Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Scholars Programme for Postdoctoral Research

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Application Deadline: April 15th 2016

Applications are now been accepted for the SMART 2016 Scholars Programme. These awards will provide a unique opportunity for recent or soon to be Ph.D. graduates to participate in the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Centre in Singapore, and to become members of an alumni network that we anticipate will continue to evolve and expand over the years.  The awards, to be given annually, are open to those with less than three years postdoctoral experience and provided they have received their doctoral degree by September 1, 2016.

The fellowship recipient would be able to conduct research of his/her own choice in Singapore within, but not necessarily tied closely to, a current project in one of the five existing SMART Interdisciplinary Research Groups (IRGs). It is anticipated that the recipients will take up their appointments at SMART by September 1, 2016 or earlier.

Award:

  • The awards provide an annual salary of up to S$90,000, a research grant of up to S$40,000, and a travel allowance of up to S$5,000.
  • Applicants who are interested in teaching are also eligible to participate in a joint post-doc programme with the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). These recipients will spend one year at the SMART Centre conducting research and spend the remaining term with SUTD conducting research and assisting with teaching.
  • If you would like to be considered for this joint appointment, please indicate in your research statement that you would like to also be considered for the joint post-doc programme.

Application Requirements
NOTE: Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Please contact Ms. Jocelyn Sales at jsales@mit.edu for questions regarding the SMART Scholars Programme.

Curriculum Vitae not to exceed 2 pages.
Complete list of publications. Also include one copy each of not more than three of your publications that you consider to represent your best work.
A description of the research project you propose to conduct at SMART, including some background/context, technical approach and anticipated results (no more than two pages).
Indicate the SMART Interdisciplinary Research Group (IRG) in which you would like to conduct your research. To find out more information on the projects within the IRGs, click on the links below:

BioSystems and Micromechanics (BioSyM)
Center for Environmental Sensing and Modeling (CENSAM)
Future Urban Mobility (FM)
Infectious Diseases (ID)
Low Energy Electronic System (LEES)

 

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the SMART 2016 Scholars Programme.

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