Jobs & Scholarships, September 28 2006
These are the jobs/ scholarships advertised on this date. Click on the links for further details. All the best in your search.
International Poetry Prize, Poet's Letter Beowulf Poetry Prize
The International Poetry Prize Seeks full-length poetry collections for 1st prize of 10,000 Euros and print and online publication. 17,200 Euros in total awards.
International Humor Poetry Contest
International Humor Poetry Contest Prize pool of $3,336.40 in cash. The winner and honorable mentions will be announced in our free email newsletter and on WinningWriters.com on August 15th.
PhD Cryptographic Protocols for Multiparty Applications
This PhD position is intended to strengthen our research in group based cryptography. Applicants should have excellent knowledge in modern...
PhD Positions in Mass Spectrometry - Switzerland
The Mass Spectrometry Laboratory at the Department of Chemical Sciences and Engineering at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, has been recently created with the goal to conduct fundamental and applied research in the area of biochemistry, analytical chemistry and biophysics with ultra-high performance mass spectrometry (including FT-ICR MS). Currently, we are inviting applications for 3 Ph.D. student positions.
PhD Studentship Aircraft Multidisciplinary Design
Cranfield is the largest academic centre for postgraduate studies in science and technology in Western Europe. Focused on developing applied research to meet the demands of industry, Cranfield is ranked among the very best and attracts far more industrial funding than its peers.
PhD studentship in Medical Physics/Engineering
We seek an enthusiastic individual with an interest in medical imaging to join a 3-year, EPSRC-funded project in magnetic induction tomography.
MSc Research-Studentship in Aquatic Ecophysiology
A committed and motivated researcher is sought for an EPA funded project entitled “A novel, green technology for environmental remediation of chloro-aromatic contaminants”.
International Photographic Project Grants
The Aftermath Project is seeking photographers worldwide for grants to fund long-term photographic projects documenting the rebuilding that follows a conflict for "Aftermath Project".
International Open Amateur Photography Contest
The International Library of Photography is now accepting entries for its amateur photography competition. The contest is open to everyone and entry is free.
Gender Based Violence Advisor
Christian Children's Fund (CCF) programs are improving the lives of 10.5 million children and families in more than 33 countries, regardless of race, creed or gender.