Join matchmaking for mobility grant
Are you a PhD or postdoc in a research project in the Centre for Digital Life Norway or a member of our research school and ready to apply for a three-year researcher project with international mobility? Use this opportunity to apply with research groups at SciLifeLab in Sweden. Show your interest for our matchmaking process by 1. November
The Research Council of Norway has a new call for three-year researcher projects with international mobility. The purpose is to promote international mobility and career development among researchers early in their careers, and to contribute to the transfer of knowledge to Norwegian research environments. The call is aimed at researchers at postdoctoral level, who will spend two years at a research organisation abroad and the third year at a Norwegian research organisation. The funding covers both salary for three years and various other costs. The application deadline is 10 February 2021.
Matchmaking process fall 2020
The Centre for Digital Life Norway (DLN) has teamed up with the Swedish life science research institution Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab) to help PhDs and postdocs associated to DLN connect with excellent research groups at SciLifeLab to apply for the grant.
SciLifeLab is an institution for the advancement of molecular biosciences in Sweden. It is funded as a national research infrastructure by the Swedish government. Exciting postdoc opportunities can for example be found in the groups of SciLifeLab fellows. The SciLifeLab Fellows program is a career program, aiming at strengthening Swedish research in molecular biosciences by international recruitment of excellent, young researchers, and SciLifeLab offers a strong interdisciplinary research environment in close proximity to a cutting-edge research infrastructure.
Research project opportunities in the groups of SciLifeLab fellows, for example:
Other exciting projects can be found in the research groups of:
What do you have to do?
- Read the call from the Research Council of Norway carefully to make sure you are eligible to apply .
- Make sure that your host institution will support your application.
- Register your interest for our matchmaking process by filling out this form.
Note that you have to attach your CV and a short motivation letter.
Deadline for registration is 21 October.
- If you have any questions before filling out the form, please contact Alexandra Patriksson email@example.com at the Centre for Digital Life Norway.
- Consider to attend the webinars about the calls from the Research Council as shown in the timeline in the Norwegian call text.
- Selected candidates will be invited to take part in a digital matchmaking facilitated by the Centre for Digital Life Norway and SciLifeLab 18 November 2020.
- If you find a match, apply for the mobility grant from the Research Council of Norway.
- The application deadline is 10 February 2021.
- Note that you are responsible for writing the application yourself.
What will we do?
- After 21 October the Centre for Digital Life Norway and SciLifeLab will select which PhDs and postdocs to present for the SciLifeLab research group leaders.
- We will prioritise candidates that fit with SciLifeLab’s focus on data driven life science within cell biology, individualised health, biodiversity & environment and infection biology which is also in line with the focus on digital biotechnology focus of the Centre for Digital Life Norway.
- SciLifeLab will present the selected PhDs and postdocs to their group leaders to identify potential postdoc hosts who will take part in the matchmaking.
- We will facilitate a digital matchmaking 18 November 2020.
- We will support candidates who choose to proceed with the application process with letters of support.
- Projects that have been part of the matchmaking process and receive funding through the call, will be admitted as partner projects in the Centre for Digital Life Norway and have access to guidance and support within data management, cross-disciplinary and cross-projects activities, innovation, industry collaboration and responsible research and innovation (RRI) and communications. Read more about this support.