Стипендии "Мария Кюри" в областта на физиката
As coordinator of the Marie Curie AeroTraNet programme, I have the pleasure to let you know that I have still 5 Marie Curie Early Stage Training (EST) positions available to study the unsteady aerodynamics, noise and flow control of cavity flows. The fellowships are available immediately for 36 months. Female applicants are particularly welcome.
Fellows are employed as members of staff at a salary of about 22000GBP per annum (in the UK) and 22000 Euro (in Europe). There are:
- 2 vacancies at the University of Leicester, GB http://mc-opportunities.cordis.lu/show-VAC.cfm?obj_id=10116
- 3 vacancies at the IMFT, Toulouse, FR http://mc-opportunities.cordis.lu/show-VAC.cfm?obj_id=10120
- 1 vacancy at Roma 3, IT http://mc-opportunities.cordis.lu/show-VAC.cfm?obj_id=10150
AeroTraNet adopts a policy of positive action towards supporting women researchers and their career success. This is reflected, for instance, in the gender balance at the University of Leicester (e.g. the Department of Engineering is currently headed by Professor Sarah Spurgeon. Other staff I closely work with are Prof. Helen Atkinson and Dr. Sarah Hainsworth). AeroTraNet offers the opportunity to join a peer to peer mentoring scheme for women researchers to be paired with more senior female members of
staff. Within EST, there are explicit provisions for maternity and paternity leave, with full statutory leave entitlements in accordance to the law. There is also the opportunity to obtain an increased living allowance (+300Euro/month) at the start of the contract, to cater for dependants. There is absolutely no compulsion for any female researcher to engage in any of the above activities. All these are just offered, not imposed. It is left to the individual researcher to select what best suits her.
I would appreciate if you could circulate the above by email as appropriate.
AeroTraNet coordinator and Framework 4 Marie Curie Fellow
University of Leicester
Leicester LE1 7RH, UK