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Title: The International Post-Doc Initiative - IPODI
Field(s) of Action: * Flexibility, Time and Work Life
* Presence and Visibility
Objective:* Career promotion
Target Group(s): Female graduates/doctoral researchers, postdoctoral researchers, (junior) professors
Description: Between 2013 and 2018, 21 fellowships lasting two years are to be awarded to selected female researchers at Technische Universität Berlin as part of the International Post-Doc Initiative (IPODI). Irrespective of age and nationality, the university specifically approaches women who have either spent a long period working abroad or in the private sector or have taken a break from their academic careers for personal reasons (e.g. parental leave or caring for a family member) and wish to work at (or return to) the university. Seven fellowships are awarded in each of three application rounds, which are also open to female researchers abroad. Applicants must have acquired between two and ten years of research experience after successfully gaining a doctorate. The proposal must fit thematically into a research field in one of the faculties and must be supported by a collaborating professor.
Successful applicants receive funding for two years and are actively integrated in the departments' research activities and networks. During this period they receive the support of a mentor and also benefit from additional training in career development and research management. The International Post-Doc Initiative is financed in part by the Marie Curie Programme of the European Union.
More information:Technische Universität Berlin (Germany)

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