Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia disseminates information regarding the „ Scholarship program of the Government of the Republic of Poland for Young Academicians’’ for academic year of 2018-2019. The scholarship program considers candidates from Eastern Europe, Russia, countries of Central Asia and Caucasus. Scholarships are granted for a research visit at Polish universities from September 2018 till June 2019.
‘’Scholarship Program of the Polish Government for Young Academics’’ initialized in 2003 is addressed to candidates from Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
General requirements are:
A Copy of university diploma equivalent to polish bachelor’s or Master’s degree or an official document confirming participation in doctoral studies or working (4-or 5-year studies ending with a defense of a bachelor diploma or master thesis).
Basic knowledge of Polish language. In extraordinary cases, there is a possibility to qualify candidates without the knowledge of the Polish language, as they will have to take part in additional intensive course of Polish language in August.
Certificates confirming candidate’s knowledge of Polish and English language,
List of all academic publications, professional or academic projects
Curriculum Vitae written in Polish or English language.
Age limit for the scholarship is 35. Scholarship amounts to 1350 PLN per month.
Application deadline is 1 st of March, 2018.
For additional information, please consult the following document .
Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia is organizing Information day on SPIRE calls on December 21 st , 2017 at 16:00. SPIRE ( Sustainable Process Industry through Resource and Energy Efficiency) calls are part of Horizon 2020 work programme on Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing . The aim of the calls is to further strengthen the global leadership of Europe’s industry in environmental sustainability, through a combination of mature and disruptive technologies.
Sustainable Process industry embraces 8 sectors: cement, ceramics, chemicals, engineering, minerals and ores, non-ferrous metal, steel and water sectors.
As stated in Working Programme international cooperation may be particularly appropriate in some areas of the Sustainable Process Industry, in particular with Eastern Partnership countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Belarus).
Information Day thus will review 2018 SPIRE open calls:
CE-SPIRE-02-2018: Processing of material feedstock using non-conventional energy sources (IA );
CE-SPIRE-03-2018: Energy and resource flexibility in highly energy intensive industries (IA 50) ;
CE-SPIRE-10-2018: Efficient recycling processes for plastic containing materials (IA ).
Deadline: February 22 nd , 2018. Applications to the calls are submitted through the H2020 standard research procedure.
In order to receive detailed information regarding the calls, please find the Work Programme. (SPIRE Calls on page 61-71).
Information Day will be held at the SRNSFG Conference hall (#1 Aleksidze str. III floor).
To attend the Information Day on SPIRE calls, please register via the link .