SMART 2019 Scholars Programme
SMART 2019 Scholars Programme at Singapore. Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Centre in Singapore 2019 Notification. Interested candidates can check out all of the details on the eligiblity, awards and application procedure and such below:
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SMART Scholars Programme for Postdoctoral Research
We’ll be accepting qualified applications for the SMART 2019 Scholars Programme. These awards will offer a special opportunity for recent or soon to become PhD graduates to take part in the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Centre in Singapore, and also to become members of an alumni network which we expect will continue to evolve and expand through time.
The awards, to be awarded annually, are open to people with less than two years postdoctoral experience and given they have received their doctoral degree by 1 August 2019. The fellowship recipient will have the ability to conduct research of their own choice in Singapore within, but not always tied closely to, a current project in one of those SMART Interdisciplinary Research Groups (IRGs) and the SMART Innovation Centre. It’s expected that the recipients will probably take up their appointments at SMART by1 September 2019.
The awards provide a fixed annual salary of S$120,000 annually (not eligible for a 13-month bonus or yearly increment), a research grant of up to S$25,000, a travel grant of up to S$2,500, also eligible for a six-month stay at MIT with funds up to S$15,000.
NOTE: For questions concerning the SMART Scholar Fellowship, send an email to [email protected].
1. SMART IRG
Select the SMART Interdisciplinary Research Group (IRG) you want to conduct your research in. The proposed research project must align with one of the SMART IRGs: FM, LEES, AMR or even DiSTAP.
There’s also an opportunity to work together with the Innovation Centre. Here, scholars will have the opportunity to research the Innovation Centre’s procedures, assess the centre’s strengths and flaws, and provide recommendations for improvements.
2. MIT Mentor
Identify the MIT faculty member who belongs to SMART which you feel could best provide mentorship and guidance on your proposed research.
3. Research Statement
Submit a 1-3-page outline of this research project that you propose to run in SMART, such as a few background/context, technical strategy and expected effects.
Give a brief description of why you would like to conduct your research at SMART in Singapore. Include some indication of how the proposed research may benefit from being conducted in Singapore, and how it may promote collaboration between the SMART faculty member from MIT, the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), the National University of Singapore (NUS), and the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).
5. Career Goals
Describe your long-term career goals and role of the postdoctoral experience in attaining them, such as future plans for collaborative actions.
Curriculum Vitae to not exceed 2 pages.
7. List of Publications
Provide a comprehensive list of publications. Additionally, also include copies of not more than 3 publications, combined in one PDF file, which you consider to represent your very best work.
Provide the Selection Committee, any other info you feel will be helpful in accessing your application.
Provide 3 professional names of your referee. An individual has to be your doctoral supervisor as well as the other two persons have to be qualified to comment on your scholarly achievements.
Your referees should submit their recommendation online with your application through our online application. A reminder for your referee to prepare the letter with their official institution or organization’s letterhead.
NOTE: For queries regarding the SMART Scholar Fellowship, send an email to [email protected].
Application Period and Timeline:
The application period is from 01 February 2019 to 12 April 2019, Singapore time. The status of your application will be sent via email on or before 20 May 2019, Singapore time.
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