Formerly the Heliophysics Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, the Jack Eddy Postdoctoral Fellowship is designed to train the next generation of researchers in the emerging field of Heliophysics. The program is sponsored by the NASA Living With a Star (LWS) program and administered by the UCAR Visiting Scientist Programs office.
Applicants must select a host scientist, who must be different from the candidate’s PhD advisor (preferably at a different institution), and coordinate a joint application with the host scientist and institution. Potential host scientists are required to submit letters of intent and vitaes as part of the selection process. Host are expected to mentor the fellow, provide a reasonable office environment, which may include a workstation, and any other unique research costs. To assist applicants, a list of possible hosts may be found at: http://www.vsp.ucar.edu/HeliophysicsScience. Please note that this list is not exclusive.
Qualified scientists and hosts are encouraged to apply by sending the following materials to the UCAR Visiting Scientist Programs office:
Cover letter identifying the name of this program, CV including publication list, Names/contact information of four professional references (one from thesis advisor, but notfrom potential host).
PhD dissertation abstract, including title. Titled project description, not to exceed five pages including figures and appendices but not references. Proposals must describe actual research project. Applicants are encouraged to coordinate with host in writing proposal.
Statement of relevance to the NASA Living with a Star program, not to exceed one page. See http://lws.gsfc.nasa.gov.
Host Applicants:Letter of intent to host applicant and plans for mentoring (2-page limit), CV including publications (1-page limit), List of current and pending research support
Amount: Check funder
Deadline: Check deadline
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