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Call for applications: Research stays at American elite universities

The Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education (DAFSHE) offers scholarships for research stays at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the interdisciplinary CITRIS CENTRE at Berkeley University and the Catalysis Research Centre SUNCAT at Stanford University in the period 1 March 2019 to 31 December 2020. The call is currently open for applications.

2019.04.10 | Maia Høyer Monod

Scholarships are offered for research stays at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the CITRIS CENTRE at Berkeley University and SUNCAT at Stanford.

The scholarship covers travel expenses and a research stay at one of the three American institutions: MIT, UC Berkeley or Stanford University.

Interested? Make sure to submit your application as soon as possible and no later than 1 December 2019 (first come-first served). DAFSHE reserves the right to close the call for further applications before deadline if the “Visiting Slots” have been occupied or the funding allocated for travel grants have been used.

Read UFM news about the job postings and find the link to each post (news in Danish but the call for applications are in English) - or click one of the links below for more information.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

With the purpose of developing and sharing knowledge of the highest quality within various fields of engineering, the DAFSHE and MIT has entered into a partnership agreement.

Get more information on grant type(s), application criteria etc. for MIT

UC Berkeley

With the purpose of developing and sharing knowledge of the highest quality on higher education, research and innovation, the DAFSHE has entered into a partnership agreement with the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) and the Banatao Institute within the University of California.   

Get more information on grant type(s), application criteria etc. for UC Berkeley

Stanford University

With the purpose of boosting scientific collaborative research within the field of energy science, the DAFSHE has entered into a partnership agreement with Center for Interface Science and Catalysis at Stanford University (SUNCAT). SUNCAT is a research centre focusing on the atomic-scale understanding of surfaces, interfaces, and catalysts, aiming at providing the insight necessary for carrying out the systematic design of novel active and selective heterogeneous catalysts, electro-catalysts, and photo-electro-catalysts, in particular with a focus on energy-transformation and storage.  

Get more information on grant type(s), application criteria etc. for Stanford University 

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