The 2014 I-Node ARA Grant Program
Deadline: September 10 , 2014
The I-Node of the Planetary Collegium and its host Institution –Ionion Center of Arts and Culture- are announcing three (3) grants for promising researchers, to undertake post-doctoral study. Advanced Research Associates are valued members of Planetary Collegium Community, playing a critical role in Art|Sci|Tech Academic Community. The Collegium was awarded The World Universities Forum Award for Best Practice in Higher Education, and the President Prof. Roy Ascott is the Golden Nica Winner of Ars Electronica 2014.
General Theme:Next Nature
New Technological developments and the new practice of science are bringing new kinds of creativity in an integrated approach to real world problem solving. They are culturally and academically desirable but they need the syncretic standpoint so to launch new initiatives and productions that will ensure the sustainability of research.
Advanced Research Accociateship (ARA)
The Advanced Research Associateship (ARA) involves post-doctoral or advanced practice research.ARA.’s are neither students nor employees. ARA is a unique platform where the researcher pursuing advanced studies beyond the doctoral level in preparation for an independent career. Postdoctoral researchers are enrolled for a limited period of time and involved in a comprehensive calendar of events, conferences and sessions that are offered through the I-Node as well as by the entire Planetary Collegium (PC) community. Hence, they have the opportunity to interact with the large and growing group of transdisciplinary Planetary researchers involved with (faculty, graduates, honorary members and other candidates).
We will financially support individuals to attend the ARA Programme at the I-Node of the Planetary Collegium, providing a grant that will cover a sufficient part of tuition fees.
Successful candidates will join 2014-2015 ARA Programme.
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