Mar 30, 2009

CfP: Regional Conference on Human Rights, Social Inclusion and Social Cohesion in the Balkans on its Road to the EU

The Institute for Social and Humanities Research "Euro-Balkan" , Skopje supported by the Education Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency Lifelong Learning Program- Jean Monnet is announcing:
* CALL FOR PAPERS*

*(EXTENDED DEADLINE) *
* *
**For participation at the regional conference that will take place from 28 to 31 May, 2009 in Ohrid Republic of Macedonia and entitled: "*Integrating Differences - Human Rights, Social Inclusion and Social Cohesion in the Balkans on its Road to the EU"*

The four day conference involves an opening and closing lectures given by well-established European and Balkan academics working in the area of social exclusion and European citizenship, four invited EU keynote speakers with very strong research track records in the area of social exclusion, presentations of research and research methodologies of 24 presenters selected through open call for papers, and the sponsored participation of 40 invited young scholars, working or wishing to work in the area of social exclusion and European integration.

*The **aim of the **regional conference is** to:*

· Promote the conceptual and practical (social, economic and political) benefits of the concept of social inclusion, as one of the substantive pillars on which the notion of progressive European citizenship is based on;

· Initiate the building of a regional network of academics, applied researchers, public officials and NGOs working in the area of social inclusion (Balkan Network for Social Inclusion and European Citizenship - BNSIEC);

· Stimulate academic excellence in a research agenda that explores the relationship between social exclusion and European citizenship through the support of new research and research methodologies, debates, exchanges of ideas and experiences between researchers working in various parts of Europe.

*The Call for papers addresses* young scholars (MA and Ph.D candidates), academics, researchers, human rights activists and relevant governmental representatives from SEE (Macedonia, Serbia, Kosovo, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Monte Negro, Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, Albania, and Turkey).

The conference will be opened with a lecture delivered by *Jelisaveta Blagoevi**ã*, Ph.D., Professor at the Faculty for Media and Communications, University Singidunum in Belgrade.

*The conference presentations will be organised* *in four broad streams**:*

*1.** **Culture, development, and social inclusion***

*Lecture:* Prof. Ph.D. Philippe van Parijs, Chaire Hoover D'Ethique Economique et Sociale, Universite Catolique de Louvain, Belgium

Stream leader: Prof. Ph.D. Nebojsa Vilic

This stream will examine the role culture and cultural institution play or should play in economic development and in building socially inclusive societies.

*2. **Human Rights, Non-discrimination **and **Social Inclusion**? **Integrating Concepts and Perspectives of European Citizenship in the Balkans **; *

*Lecture:* Prof. Ph.D. Vesna Crniã*-*Grotiã , Law Faculty in Rijeka, Croatia. Stream leader: Prof. Ph.D. Tatjana Petrusevska

This stream will aim at the rethinking of human rights, discrimination, social exclusion and European citizenship from the perspectives of women, Romas, disabled people, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, children and older persons.

*3. ** Social Exclusion, European Citizenship and Social Policy: Application and Scrutiny of European and Balkan Research on Social Exclusion**; *

*Lecture:* Noemi Lendvai, Ph.D., Faculty for Policy Studies, Bristol University

Stream leader: Doc. Ph.D. Maja Gerovska-Mitev

This stream will deal with the research and social policy applications of the concept of social exclusion within the European and Balkan context. A special emphasis will be given on analyses of concrete actions and policies that step up the fights against exclusion in all forms, including racism, misogyny, xenophobia and homophobia in SEE.

*4.** Setting a Social Exclusion Research Agenda for the Balkans and Building Regional Networks**.*

*Lecture:* Prof. Ph.D. Paul Stubbs, Zagreb University, Croatia

Stream leader: Prof. Ph.D. Katerina Kolozova

This stream deals exclusively with papers offering concrete proposals for a Balkan research agenda on social exclusion and for building a network of Balkan researchers working in the area.

A closing lecture will be delivered by *Peo Hansen*, Ph.D., Political Scientist and Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies, Linkoping University, Sweden.

*Abstracts due to 01st April, 2009, *please send them along with a brief biography at slavco.euba@ gmail.com

*Notification of acceptance: *10th April, 2009

*Papers due:* 15th May, 2009

The working language of the conference is English. Looking to encourage an informed dialogue, we welcome papers (no less than 3000 words) on above-mentioned themes. Abstracts should not be more than 300 words and should be written in Word format, font Times New Roman size 12, following this order: author(s), affiliation, email address, selection of stream, title of abstract, body of abstract, key words.

All papers accepted for the conference will be considered for publication in
electronic conference proceedings.

Travel and accommodation expenses will be covered by Euro-Balkan Institute only for the selected presenters. *The travel expenses will be covered to the amount of train or bus return ticket from the place of departure*.

*Organizing Committee:*

Academic Coordinator:

Prof.Dr. Jovan Donev

Project Assistants:

Jana Lozanoska L.LM and Slavco Dimitrov.

Jana Lozanoska L.LM

Director
Center for Democracy and Security
Euro-Balkan Institute
Blvd. Partizanski Odredi 63
1000 Skopje
Republic of Macedonia
Tel/Fax:+389 2 3075 570
Mob: +389 70 715 353
E-mail: jana.lozanoska@ gmail.com,
www.euba.org. mk; www.seesoc.org. mk;



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Mphil/Phd Departmental Scholarships

Mphil/Phd Departmental Scholarships
Department Of Political Science And International Studies(POLSIS)
The University of Birmingham Department of Political Science and International Studies is offering postgraduate research studentships, starting in September 2009, for doctoral degrees in the principal research areas of the Department: Asian politics; diplomatic studies; European politics; international relations theory; international political economy; political sociology; political theory; and security studies.

Departmental Award studentships are sponsored by the University of Birmingham, and provide full funding and living expenses for a period of three years. In addition, there will be opportunity to teach, for additional remuneration.

The deadline for applications for Department Awards is 26 June 2009.
In addition, all research students in the Department are eligible to apply for funding to attend conferences and conduct fieldwork.

Further details are available at following link
http://www.scholarships-links.com/viewdetail/id/217/Mphil-Phd_Departmental_Scholarships/


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Ecocriticism Conference - CfP

CALL FOR PAPERS

An International Conference
The Future of Ecocriticism: New Horizons

November 4-6, 2009
Hotel Limak Limra, Kemer, Antalya, Turkey

"If I told you about a land of love, friend, would you follow me and come?" Yunus Emre, 13th--century Turkish mystic poet

"The Future of Ecocriticism: New Horizons," organized by Hacettepe and Ankara Universities, Ankara, and co-sponsored by The Turkish Fulbright Commission, will be the first international conference on ecocriticism in Turkey. It welcomes papers on topics related to ecocritical studies from diverse theoretical and literary perspectives. The conference encourages papers on the following topics:

-International responses to American and world environmental literatures
-Ecocritical interpretations of Turkish literature and literatures of Turkic speaking peoples
-Mediterranean environmental literatures
-Ecocritical theory in new perspectives
-Connections between Eastern and Western environmental sensibilities
-Bioregionalism in theory and practice
-Environmental ethics and aesthetics
-Deep ecology and ecophilosophy
-Postmodern ecologies
-Ecopoetics
-Environmental education and ecological literacy
-Narratives of animals and animality
-Ecological humanism in children's literatures
-New ecofeminist approaches to literary texts
-Ecocritical approaches to myths, legends and folk tales from around the world
-Literature and environmental justice
-Marine life and water in ecocritical studies
-Literary responses to the global ecological crisis and climate change
-Wild life conservation in ecocritical studies

The official conference language is English.

For registration, payment, and booking, please visit our website: http://www.ecocriticism.hacettepe.edu.tr.

Please submit your paper title, an abstract of no more than 350 words, your short bio, and your contact details (institution, mailing address, telephone number, email) by July 31, 2009 to ecocriticism@ hacettepe. edu.tr. All email submissions will receive a confirmation of receipt.

For further information, please contact:
Serpil Oppermann, Hacettepe University, opperman@hacettepe. edu.tr
Ufuk Özdað, Hacettepe University, ozdag@hacettepe. edu.tr
Nevin Özkan, Ankara University, ozkan@humanity. ankara.edu. tr


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Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Awards

Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Awards (DHPA) is a UK scheme to bring outstanding students from India, China, Hong Kong, South Africa, Brazil, Russia and the developing world to come and study for PhDs in top rated UK research facilities. The initiative was launched by the Prime Minister In November 2003.

The 2008 tranche of awards provided funding for 87 new PhD students (26 core awards and 61 additional awards).

What's new
Arrangements for 2009
The Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS) and the Research Councils recognise the great importance for the UK of being able to attract the best international research students, and we have agreed to continue to run a core paired awarding exercise for up to 58 new scholar starts in October 2009. This exercise will of course be contingent upon finding and confirming the necessary private sector sponsors and matching them to Research Council funding.

Four of the Research Councils – BBSRC, EPSRC, MRC and STFC – are participating this coming year, so we will be sponsoring core paired scholarships in the areas of biotechnology and biological sciences, engineering and the physical sciences, medical sciences, and astronomy, particle physics, space science and nuclear physics. We will not provide scholarships in the arts, humanities, social, economic or environmental sciences.

It is likely that most proposed awards from core private sector sponsors will be already strongly associated by them with particular research organisations, departments or supervisors, so EPSRC will not be operating an RAE-based algorithmic approach this year. However, it will undertake a light-touch cross-check against RAE outputs to ensure that scholarships are allocated to highly rated research organisations.

DIUS and the Research Councils have agreed that they will not offer unpaired core or additional awards in 2009 pending a review of the DHPA scheme since its inception in 2004. The main issue is to assure that the very best scholar candidates are being paired with top-rated research organisations and good private sector company sponsors through these two allocation routes.

The allocation of core awards to Research Organisations (ROs) will be completed and final grant letters issued to ROs by early in March 2009, several months earlier than in previous years. All current and forthcoming DHPA training grants will continue to be managed by EPSRC, acting on behalf of DIUS and the Research Councils.

Data Collection for Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Awards
We have added a new page to the Dorothy Hodgkin website which summarises all the data which is collected for DHPAs. If you are a DHPA student or a university DHPA contact, please read through this page so that you are aware of all the data that needs to be provided, who provides this data, and when this data should be submitted. Recently completion rates for this data have been quite low, so we would encourage you to read through this page and then submit the data required. Your cooperation is very much appreciated!

DHPA Report 2007
At the end of 2006 a survey was conducted canvassing the opinions of all the stakeholders of the DHPA scheme - the students, the supervisors, the university DHPA contacts, the sponsoring companies and the sponsoring research councils. They commented on how successful they thought the scheme had been, as well as the quality of the training and the quality of the students, and also made some suggestions as to how to take the scheme forward. This information, combined with student data entered through the Je-S online portal and a series of case studies, was used to write a report. You can view this report here .

General Information - Core DHPAs
When applying for DHPA funding, please bear in mind that all Rolls-Royce-badged DHPA scholars must be nationals of either India, mainland China (not the Hong Kong SAR) and Malaysia. All BT-badged DHPA scholars must be nationals of China (including the Hong Kong SAR) or India. Also, all ICI-badged DHPA scholars must be nationals of China (including the Hong Kong SAR) and have a first or master’s degree in polymer chemistry or materials science.


Further Information:
Students wanting to apply for DHPA funding should contact individual recipient universities, using the contact points provided, rather than sending applications to EPSRC or RCUK.

For general enquiries about DHPAs, please contact: studentships@epsrc.ac.uk

http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/hodgkin/default.htm


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PhD In Food Development

LICOS - Centre for Institutions and Economic Performance at the Faculty of Business and Economics, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, is seeking to appoint a PhD student/Research Assistant for 4 years as of Fall 2009, to support current research on Food Policy, Development and related fields. Field work in any of the geographic regions of focus (Eastern Europe, China, India, Africa) is possible. The supervisor of the project is Prof. J. Swinnen, Director of LICOS.

Selection Criteria
· University degree in economics or applied economics, preferably at MPhil level
· Strong analytic and technical capabilities in modern economic methods
· Proficiency in statistical and econometric methods
· Interest in developing collaborative research within the research project
· A GRE test will be required for admission
· Fluency in spoken and written English (a TOEFL or IELTS test will be required for non-native speakers)

About LICOS
LICOS is a research centre of Excellence at the Faculty of Business and Economics that focuses on theoretical and empirical research of macro- and micro-economic aspects of transition, institutional changes and economic performance. LICOS belongs to the 12 “Centres of Excellence” of K.U. Leuven. The research at LICOS is organized around four main research themes, each under the auspices of a Research Director:
Development and Food Policy (Prof. J. Swinnen)
Labour Markets and Industrial Restructuring (Prof. J. Konings)
Market Structure and Performance (Prof. P. Van Cayseele)
International Trade and Fiscal Policy (Prof. Hylke Vandenbussche)
(for more info: www.econ.kuleuven. be/licos/ )

PhD Program at the Faculty
The research project will allow the student to simultaneously pursue a PhD in (Applied) Economics. The University of Leuven (KUL) has an extensive Ph.D. program: about 160 researchers are currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Applied Economics/Business studies or PhD in Economics. Usually, a PhD program takes 4 years, with the first year including important course work in advanced economics.
(for more info: www.econ.kuleuven. be/lsbe )

How to Apply
Candidates must send their curriculum vitae, together with a statement outlining expression of interest in the position, to conny.schuurmans@ econ.kuleuven. be . There is no application form. Applications must reach us no later than 15 April 2009.


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Mar 29, 2009

PhD position in Evolution and Ecology, University of Zurich

PhD position in Evolution and Ecology

I am looking for a highly motivated PhD student to work on evolutionary theory. The focus of the project is very broad, and will touch on cooperation and conflict, virulence evolution, ecological-evolutio nary feedbacks and the levels-of-selection problem. While the main part of the project will focus on social evolution, with an emphasis on genetic conflicts in microbes, the candidate will be encouraged to develop other interesting projects in other areas of evolutionary ecology. The project will mostly involve evolutionary modelling, but will also involve close collaboration with empiricists. Students who wish to address the problem using experimental/ empirical approaches will be encouraged to do so.

Zurich is located less than one hour from the Alps, and is a small but vibrant city that is regarded to have one of the best standards of living in the world. There is a large international community and is well connected to all major European cities.

The successful applicant will be supervised by Dr Daniel Rankin, a theoretical evolutionary biologist interested in a wide range of topics, from social evolution to the link between evolution and ecology. The position will be based in the Wagner Lab in Zurich. The lab is very international and consists of a very diverse range of individuals who work on a wide range of interesting evolutionary topics. We also work closely with other ecology/evolutionar y groups in Zurich and abroad.

Candidates with a background in evolution or ecology will be given preference. The candidate should have a diploma/MSc degree and have studied in one of the following fields: evolutionary biology/ecology, mathematics or economics. Experience with modeling will be an advantage, but is not necessary. The working language of the group is English, and knowledge German is very helpful but not necessary.

To apply, please send an E-mail with the applicants cover letter, CV and short (<1 page) statement of research interests and experience in a single pdf file to d.rankin@access. uzh.ch. Please mention "PhD position" in the subject of e-mail. Please additionally give the names and contact details of two or three people willing to write letters of recommendation. Deadline for applications is Friday 24th April 2009. The position, funded by the Swiss NSF, is available to start immediately and will be for three years. The salary will be in line with University of Zurich policy, which is rather generous.

website link:
http://www.rankin.sk/phd.html

Further information: Dr Daniel Rankin

E-mail: d.rankin@access. uzh.ch, Tel: +41 44 63 56143

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PhD position Distributed Information Retrieval (1 fte)

March 27, 2009

PhD position Distributed Information Retrieval (1 fte)

The University of Twente is an entrepreneurial research university, located in Enschede, the Netherlands. Organized over five faculties, the UT offers 20 educational programs ranging from applied physics, public and business administration, communication studies and diverse programs in engineering technology.

The Computer Science department of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS) is one of the largest academic institutions in computer science in the Netherlands. It provides courses in Technical Computer Science, Business Information Technology, and Telematics. In addition, the department contributes to computer science education within other academic programs. The research of the department, spearheaded by telematics and information technology, is part of the multidisciplinary research institute Centre for Telematics and Information Technology (CTIT). The department has about 220 permanent staff members and 1200 students.

Project description

The Database Group of the University of Twente offers a job opening in the NWO Vidi Project "Distributed Information Retrieval by means of Keyword Auctions".

The project´s aim is to distribute internet search functionality in such a way that communities of users and/or federations of small search systems provide search services in a collaborative way. Instead of getting all data to a centralized point and process queries centrally, as is done by today´s search systems, the project will distribute queries over many small autonomous search systems and process them locally.

In this project, the PhD student will research a new approach to distribute search: distributed information retrieval by means of keyword auctions. Keyword auctions like Google´s AdWords give advertisers the opportunity to provide targeted advertisements by bidding on specific keywords. Analogous to these keyword auctions, local search systems will bid for keywords at a central broker. They "pay" by serving queries for the broker. The broker will send queries to those local search systems that optimize the overall effectiveness of the system, i.e., local search systems that are willing to serve many queries, but also are able to provide high quality results.

The PhD student will work within a small team of researchers that approaches the problem from three different angles:

1. modeling the local search system, including models for automatic bidding and multi-word keywords

2. modeling the search broker´s optimization using the bids, the quality of the answers, and click-through rates

3. integration of structured data typically available behind web forms of local search systems with text search

The approaches will be evaluated using prototype systems and simulations on benchmark test collections.

Relation to other projects

The proposed research will be done in co-operation with several important players in the search and peer-to-peer markets. Together with Yahoo Research. the University of Twente runs the project "Radical Decentralization of Search". With, WCC Smart Search and Match the University of Twente collaborates on "Federated search on user-enhanced data". At Delft University, the Information and Communication Theory group investigates "Collaborative Search and Recommendation in P2P Systems" in Tribler.

What we ask

· Candidates should have a background in one or more of the following areas: information retrieval, databases, artificial intelligence, applied mathematics, demonstrated by a M.Sc. degree in for instance computer science.

· Candidates should be fluent in English. An interview will be part of the selection procedure.

· Candidates should have good software development skills.

What we offer

We offer a full-time PhD position in a dynamic and international environment. The duration of the contracts is four years. The gross salary will range from EUR 2.042,00 in the first year to EUR 2.612,00 per month in the fourth year.

Additionally, the University of Twente provides excellent facilities for professional and personal development. In addition, we offer a holiday allowance (amounts to 8%) and an end-of-year bonus of 8.3% (which is approximately an extra month of salary) and a number of additional benefits. The labor agreements are in accordance with the CAO-NU for Dutch universities.

Information and application

Information can be obtained from Dr.ir. Djoerd Hiemstra, email: hiemstra-at- cs.utwente. nl. You are invited to send your application letter together with curriculum vitae, a list of publications, a list of courses you have followed (with grades), and the names and addresses of two referees, before April 19, 2009 by email or on paper to our secretary, email: db_secr@ewi. utwente.nl, Faculty of EEMCS, University of Twente, Zilverling 3047, P.O. Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlands, phone: +31 53 489 3690.

Please refer to the vacancy number 09/051.



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PhD position in plant molecular genetics

At the Institute of Biology - Applied Genetics, Free University Berlin aPhD position
in plant molecular genetics

is available from May 1, 2009.

Senescence is the final phase of leaf development and critically for the remobilization of nutrients to sink tissues. Senescence is a highly complex and regulated process wherein cells undergo drastic biochemical and structural changes. For the identification of key genes/proteins and regulators that are involved in nitrogen reallocation during leaf senescence in oilseed rape and Arabidopsis we are seeking a highly motivated PhD student to join our young research team (www.angenetik.fu-berlin.de/kunze_eng.html) .

PhD candidates need to hold a diploma/master degree in biology or equivalent qualification. Applicants are expected to have a broad knowledge and adequate laboratory experience in plant molecular biology, genetics and physiology and should have a strong interest in plant nutrition. Knowledge in bioinformatics is an advantage. Good knowledge of English is required.

The position (50% BAT IIa/TV-L E13) is initially funded for three years by the DFG Forschergruppe FOR948 "Nitrogen uptake, metabolism and remobilization in leaves during plant senescence".

Bewerbung

Applications should include a cover letter addressing the motivation to conduct research in this field, CV, copies of certificates and names and addresses of two referees. Please send your application to:Prof. Dr. Reinhard Kunze
Freie Universität Berlin
Institut für Biologie - Angewandte Genetik
Albrecht-Thaer- Weg 6
14195 Berlin

Closing date is April 9th, 2009.

The Free University Berlin is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with its policy of increasing the proportion of women in this type of employment, the University actively encourages applications from women. Disabled persons will be favored when equally qualified.


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BSc Scholarships in Verres Campus, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Bachelor of Science
Call for Applications for the 2009/2010 Academic Year
http://international.polito.it/en/financial_aid/politecnico_international_scholarships/complete_list_of_scholarship_projects/verres_campus_project

The project offers international students the possibility to receive a scholarship and other benefits to graduate from the Politecnico di Torino attending a Bachelor of Science program in Engineering at the Verrès campus.

The initiative, promoted by the Politecnico di Torino and supported by Regione Valle d'Aosta, will offer scholarships on the following Bachelor of Science programs:

Computer engineering
Mechatronic engineering

General information on the Bachelor of Science programs
Location: Verrès

Language in which the courses are held: Italian

Length: 3 years

The activities will begin in September 2009.

For more information on the university campus, please visit the Verrès campus website.

Requirements

Being not an Italian citizen
Being at least 18 years old (by 15/09/2009)
Meeting the minimum requirements for the admission to Italian university. For further information, please visit the Entry requirements page.

In the countries where it is required, having successfully passed the state-level university admission exam (e.g. Gao Kao in China)
Knowledge of the English language, preferably demonstrated by an international certification
Not having enrolled at the Politecnico di Torino before the 2009/2010 academic year
Not being the recipient of other scholarships, Italian or foreign.
Obtaining a degree at the Politecnico di Torino
To graduate at the Politecnico di Torino, students must attain a total of 180 credits, including exams and the final dissertation. The time required to graduate is approximately 6 semesters. However, the effective duration is also dependent upon each student's capacity.

Please note that scholarship recipients must attend their program for its entire length (3 years – 180 credits). Students who have already attended other university courses can ask for a credit transfer up to a maximum of 10 credits per year (30 credits in total). Please note that credits achieved in preparatory courses or in the first year/second year in systems where preuniversity education lasts 10/11 years can not be taken into account.

Scholarships

Selection criteria

Applicants will be selected based on their previous academic career and on their Curriculum Vitae.

Amount of the scholarship

The gross amount of the Verrès Campus scholarship is 10.000 Euro per year (30.000 Euro for the complete period). The exact net sum is dependent upon the individual tax conditions of each student, which can be verified only upon the arrival of the student.
The amount of the scholarship will not be increased in case the student will need more time to graduate than indicated.
The allocation of the scholarship is dependent upon the submission, within 10 days from the arrival in Italy of the student, of the original documentation, which must correspond with the documentation attached to the online form (see the "Selection outcomes" section below).
Payment of the scholarship occurs periodically. The first instalment is dependent upon the possession of the relevant documentation (residence permit, Italian fiscal code, and bank account in the name of the scholarship recipient), all obtainable upon arrival in Italy; for this reason, the first instalment is not paid at the moment of arrival at the Politecnico di Torino, but in the course of the following months.
Requirements to maintain the scholarship
Given that it is not possible to combine the benefits received from more than one scholarship, students who are assigned another study grant while receiving the Verrès Campus scholarship must promptly notify the Politecnico di Torino.
Payment of the scholarship will be suspended if the academic performance of the recipient does not meet a satisfactory level.

How to apply

To apply, students must, under the penalty of being excluded from the selection process:

COMPLETE THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM
http://apply. polito.it/ index_en. html

Deadlines:
application deadline: 8 p.m. (Italian time) on March 22nd, 2009.
Method: fill in the online application form by first registering and providing your biographical information, logging in and choosing your level and degree program, and subsequently submitting the application. Students must also provide information on their previous educational career, language abilities and work experience, and they must attach the necessary documentation in pdf format. After having completed these steps, the application for a scholarship will be considered complete.

N.B. The scholarship or project for which the applicant is eligible is not specified in the application form, since the Politecnico will automatically assess your eligibility for the Verrès Campus scholarship based on the information you provide. At the end of the selection process, the Politecnico di Torino will inform you if you have been selected for a Verrès Campus scholarship (see the "Selection outcomes" section below).

The following documentation must be attached in pdf format to the online application form:

Secondary School Diploma*
For students from the countries where it is required, a certificate showing that the state-level university admission exam (e.g. Gao Kao in China) has been passed**
For students from a national school system in which preuniversity education lasts for less than 12 years: a transcript that demonstrates that all the exams in the student's program of study have been passed (1 or 2 years, depending on whether the national school system lasts for 11 or 10 years, respectively) OR, for students who have enrolled in a post-secondary institution, a certificate that demonstrates the attainment of a post-diploma degree
Curriculum Vitae, dated and signed (in English if possible) - maximum 3 pages
Letters of reference (optional - 2 maximum)
A personal introduction letter (written by the applicant)
Optional English language certificate
The above documents must be rendered in English (preferably) , Italian, French, or Spanish.

* Applicants who have not yet obtained a diploma by March 22nd, 2009 must in any case submit their application within the said deadline; after this date, they will be allowed to re-enter the application form only to attach the document and fill in the fields relating to the diploma up until July 15th.

** Applicants who have not yet obtained such a certificate by March 22nd, 2009 must in any case submit their application within the said deadline; after this date, they will be allowed to re-enter the application form only to attach this document and fill in the fields relating to the national state-level university admission exam up until July 15th.

We emphasise that the data shown in the documents must coincide with those inserted in the online application form. Moreover, failure to attach even one of the above documents will result in exclusion from the selection process.

Selection outcomes
Following the closure of the online application form, a special commission will meet to assess the applications.

At the end of the selection process, a provisional list of standings will be composed with the names of the students who have been awarded a scholarship and the names of the eligible applicants that may be awarded a scholarship in the event of one or more renunciations.

The list of standings will be affixed to the Official Register of the Politecnico di Torino. At the beginning of May 2009, information about where and how to access the selection outcomes will be published on this project website and on the Apply@Polito section of the Politecnico website.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE AFFIXING OF THE LIST OF STANDINGS TO THE OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE POLITECNICO DI TORINO WILL BE, FOR ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES, THE ONLY OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION OF INCLUSION IN THE LIST OF SELECTIONS AND, FOR STUDENTS WITH THE APPROPRIATE QUALIFICATIONS, THE ONLY OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION THAT THEY HAVE BEEN AWARDED A SCHOLARSHIP.

An e-mail message will be sent to all scholarship recipients and eligible applicants summarising the terms for the disbursement of the scholarship. This message will be sent to the address(es) specified by the students themselves on the online application form. NEVERTHELESS, THIS MESSAGE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION OF THE OUTCOME OF THE SELECTION.

The scholarship awardees and eligible applicants who wish to confirm their position must take the following steps:

download the scholarship acceptance form which will be published together with the list of selection outcomes, fill it in and fax it to the number +39 011 090 6329. Failure to send in the acceptance fax within the given period will constitute a definitive renunciation and the scholarship will be reassigned accordingly.
upon arrival in Italy scholarship recipients must hand in the original documentation, which was previously attached to the online application form (see the above list), to the Politecnico di Torino. Before handing in the aforementioned documentation, we recommend that you make photocopies for yourself. We ask that you not hand in any other documentation other than that which has been required, and put all the documentation in a single folder bearing your name, surname and "Verrès Campus project". We reemphasize that the information given in the documents must correspond to that attached to the online application form. Failure to hand in the original documentation within 10 days from the student's arrival according to the above conditions will result in the non-allocation of the scholarship.
Publication of the final list of standings is foreseen for May 2009.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE AFFIXING OF THE LIST OF STANDINGS TO THE OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE POLITECNICO DI TORINO WILL BE, FOR ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES, THE ONLY OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION OF INCLUSION IN THE LIST OF SELECTIONS AND, FOR STUDENTS WITH THE APPROPRIATE QUALIFICATIONS, THE ONLY OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION THAT THEY HAVE BEEN AWARDED A SCHOLARSHIP.

We emphasize that the Politecnico di Torino assumes no responsibility for the applicant's failure to view the list of standings and/or the terms for the acceptance of the scholarships as published online and on the Official Register of the Politecnico.

In all the e-mail messages and the correspondence sent to the Politecnico following the awarding of the scholarship, the recipient must clearly specify "Verrès Campus project".

Facilities
The amount of tuition fees for the 2009/2010 academic year is about 1700 Euro. Students from low-income families can be entitled to a reduction or a waiver of tuition fees. In order to obtain such benefit, students must provide an official declaration about:

the composition of their family unit
the revenue generated abroad in 2008
the property and real estate assets generated abroad at December 31st, 2008
These declarations, issued by the competent authorities of the foreign country where the family's income is generated, must be translated into Italian and certified by the Italian Embassy or Consulate. Please see also: Information for students coming from particularly poor countries.

Scholarship recipients, together with the Bachelor of Science course, will benefit from:

an intensive Italian language course, compulsory and free of charge
advice on lodging facilities (for more information visit the Accommodation section)
additional services offered to the student community (access to the Politecnico libraries and computer laboratories, WI-FI (wireless LAN) , etc.); scholarship recipients will also be entitled to all the services offered by the regional university student assistance organisation, Ente regionale per il DIritto allo Studio Universitario (EDISU Piemonte ) at full fee: student canteen service, cultural and recreational activities, sports activities, libraries with lending service, etc. (for more information visit the Campus Facilities section)
assistance in obtaining an entry visa. For more information consult the Immigration Requirements section and the websites of the Italian Embassy or Consulate
assistance by the Stage and Job Placement Office for internship and employment.
Notes
The scholarship does not include accommodation costs, which are thus totally at the expense of the student.
The Politecnico di Torino does not guarantee any type of accommodation for Verrès Campus scholarship recipients. For students turning to the private market to rent an apartment, the initial amount requested for the cautionary deposit is equal to about three months rent, plus any fees charged by the real estate agency, if applicable. The approximate amount of the rent for an apartment shared with other students comes to about 250 EURO/month per person, and the rent for a small/medium sized apartment is about 500 EURO/month.
Enrolment at the Politecnico includes insurance coverage for accidents occurring on the university premises.

Medical insurance for emergencies (First Aid), as required by the law for non-EU citizens, is about 100 EURO per year. Upon their arrival in Italy, students must pay this amount to INA Assitalia: this is required for the conversion of the entry visa into a residence permit. For further information on these matters, see the Health insurance section.

We advise students to go to the Italian Embassy or Consulate to inform themselves on the necessary requirements to obtain an entry visa in Italy.
Specific contacts for Bachelor of Science
For Scholarship International Relations Office
international. relations@ polito.it

For Admission Incoming Students Office
international. admission@ polito.it

For Accommodation Selected students will be contacted by the Foreign Citizens Services office


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MSc Scholarships in Petroleum Eng, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Master of Science in Environmental Engineeering (Petroleum Engineering)

Call for Applications for the 2009/2010 Academic Year
http://international.polito.it/en/financial_aid/politecnico_international_scholarships/complete_list_of_scholarship_projects/eni_project_petroleum_engineering

The Eni Project offers international students the possibility to receive a scholarship and other benefits to graduate from the Politecnico di Torino attending a Master of Science program in Environmental Engineering (Petroleum Engineering) .

The project, promoted by the Politecnico di Torino and financed by Eni - Exploration & Production Division and Eni Corporate University, will offer for the 2009/2010 academic year up to 40 scholarship to international students.

The length of the course is 2 years full time and corresponds to 120 ECTS credits. All the courses are entirely held in English.

The activities will begin in September 2009.

Requirements

Academic requirements

In order to be admitted into the Master of Science in Environmental Engineering (Petroleum Engineering) program, applicants must possess a university degree equivalent to a Bachelor of Science degree, which is approximately equivalent to three or four years after secondary school, depending on the number of secondary school years.

For further information, please visit the Entry requirements page.

Application is open to students who:

are not Italian citizens
are not older than 32 years (by 31/12/2009)
have an adequate knowledge of the English language, preferably demonstrated by an international certification
are not already enrolled at the Politecnico di Torino before the 2009/2010 academic year
are not recipients of other scholarships, Italian or foreign.

Obtaining a degree at the Politecnico di Torino

To graduate at the Politecnico di Torino, students must attain a total of 120 credits, including exams and the final dissertation. A plan of studies must be outlined under the guidance of the student's academic tutor to identify, in relation to the student's previous academic career, the courses additionally required to complete the program of studies for the Master of Science course in which the student is enrolled at the Politecnico di Torino. The time required to graduate is approximately 4 semesters. However, the effective duration is also dependent upon each student's capacity. Note also that the time required for the compulsory Italian course, before classes start, is not considered in the estimated duration of the program.

Please note that scholarship recipients must attend their program for its entire length (2 years – 120 credits). Students who have already attended other university courses can ask for a credit transfer up to a maximum of 10 credits per year (20 credits in total). Please note that credits achieved in preparatory courses or in the first year/second year in systems where preuniversity education lasts 10/11 years can not be taken into account.

Scholarships

Selection criteria

Applicants will be selected based on their previous academic career and on their Curriculum Vitae.

Amount of the scholarship

The gross amount of the Eni Project scholarship is 10.000 Euro per year (20.000 Euro for the complete period). The exact net sum is dependent upon the individual tax conditions of each student, which can be verified only upon the arrival of the student.

The amount of the scholarship will not be increased in case the student will need more time to graduate than indicated.

The allocation of the scholarship is dependent upon the submission, within 10 days from the arrival in Italy of the student, of the original documentation, which must correspond with the documentation attached to the online form (see the "Selection outcomes" section below).

Payment of the scholarship occurs periodically. The first instalment is dependent upon the possession of the relevant documentation (residence permit, Italian fiscal code, and bank account in the name of the scholarship recipient), all obtainable upon arrival in Italy; for this reason, the first instalment is not paid at the moment of arrival at the Politecnico di Torino, but in the course of the following month.

Requirements to maintain the scholarship

Given that it is not possible to combine the benefits received from more than one scholarship, students who are assigned another study grant while receiving the Eni Project scholarship must promptly notify the Politecnico di Torino.

Payment of the scholarship will be suspended if the academic performance of the recipient does not meet a satisfactory level.

How to apply

To apply, students must, under the penalty of being excluded from the selection process:

COMPLETE THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM
http://apply.polito.it/index_en.html

Deadline:
8 p.m. (Italian time) on April 15th, 2009.

Method: fill in the online application form by first registering and providing your biographical information, logging in and choosing your level and degree course, and subsequently submitting the application. Students must also provide information on their previous educational career, language abilities and work experience, and they must attach the necessary documentation in pdf format. After having completed these steps, the application for a scholarship will be considered complete.

N.B. The scholarship or project for which the applicant is eligible is not specified in the application form, since the Politecnico will automatically assess your eligibility for the Eni Project scholarship based on the information you provide. At the end of the selection process, the Politecnico di Torino will inform you if you have been selected for a Eni Project scholarship (see the "Selection outcomes" section below).

The following documentation must be attached in pdf format to the online application form:

an official transcript (original or authenticated copy) issued by the registrar of your university of origin containing ALL of the following information:
Planned duration of the program of study (no. of semesters)
Total number of exams sustained in the program of study
Total number of credits obtained in the program of study (if available)
Year of enrolment
A list of the exams already taken with the score of each exam and, where applicable, the number of credits earned with each exam.
The overall average score of the exams taken (at the moment of application)
A list of the exams still to be passed to complete the degree course
The grading system used with explanations (e.g. quantitative system from 0 to 10, with 5 corresponding to satisfactory; or qualitative system ABCD, with A as top grade and C corresponding to passing)
The semester of enrolment at the moment of the presentation of the application (e.g. "on xxx [day] the student is enrolled in the second semester of the fourth year of the degree course in xxx")
If the transcript provided by the students' registrar does not contain ALL of the above information, an additional document will have to be sent that provides it. This additional document must be signed by an authority of the university of origin (Tutor of the degree course, Dean, etc).
Curriculum Vitae, dated and signed (in English if possible) - maximum 3 pages
Letters of reference (2 maximum)
A personal introduction letter (written by the applicant)
Optional English language certificate
The above documents must be rendered in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, or Italian.

We emphasise that the data shown in the documents must coincide with those inserted in the online application form. Moreover, failure to attach even one of the above documents will result in exclusion from the selection process.

Selection outcomes

Following the closure of the online application form, the applications will be assessed by Eni - Exploration & Production Division and Eni Corporate University, which will select the students eligible for the participation in the program.
The applications of the eligible students will be then evaluated by a special joint commission between Politecnico di Torino and Eni Corporate University, which will award the scholarships on the basis of the applicants' previous academic career and Curriculum Vitae.

At the end of the selection process, a provisional list of standings will be composed with the names of the students who have been awarded a scholarship and the names of the eligible applicants that may be awarded a scholarship in the event of one or more renunciations.

The list of standings will be published on the Official Register of the Politecnico di Torino, on this project website, and on the Apply@Polito section of the Politecnico website.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE AFFIXING OF THE LIST OF STANDINGS TO THE OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE POLITECNICO DI TORINO WILL BE, FOR ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES, THE ONLY OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION OF INCLUSION IN THE LIST OF SELECTIONS AND, FOR STUDENTS WITH THE APPROPRIATE QUALIFICATIONS, THE ONLY OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION THAT THEY HAVE BEEN AWARDED A SCHOLARSHIP.

An e-mail message will be sent to all scholarship recipients and eligible applicants summarising the terms for the disbursement of the scholarship. This message will be sent to the address(es) specified by the students themselves on the online application form. NEVERTHELESS, THIS MESSAGE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION OF THE OUTCOME OF THE SELECTION.

The scholarship awardees and eligible applicants who wish to confirm their position must take the following steps:

download the scholarship acceptance form which will be published together with the list of selection outcomes, fill it in and fax it to the number +39 011 090 6329. Failure to send in the acceptance fax within the given period will constitute a definitive renunciation and the scholarship will be reassigned accordingly.
upon arrival in Italy scholarship recipients must hand in the original documentation, which was previously attached to the online application form (see the above list), to the Politecnico di Torino. Before handing in the aforementioned documentation, we recommend that you make photocopies for yourself. We ask that you not hand in any other documentation other than that which has been required, and put all the documentation in a single folder bearing your name, surname and "Eni Project - Petroleum Engineering" . We reemphasize that the information given in the documents must correspond to that attached to the online application form. Failure to hand in the original documentation within 10 days from the student's arrival according to the above conditions will result in the non-allocation of the scholarship.
Publication of the final list of standings is foreseen for May 2009.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE AFFIXING OF THE LIST OF STANDINGS TO THE OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE POLITECNICO DI TORINO WILL BE, FOR ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES, THE ONLY OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION OF INCLUSION IN THE LIST OF SELECTIONS AND, FOR STUDENTS WITH THE APPROPRIATE QUALIFICATIONS, THE ONLY OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION THAT THEY HAVE BEEN AWARDED A SCHOLARSHIP.

We emphasize that the Politecnico di Torino assumes no responsibility for the applicant's failure to view the list of standings and/or the terms for the acceptance of the scholarships as published online and on the Official Register of the Politecnico.

In all the e-mail messages and the correspondence sent to the Politecnico following the awarding of the scholarship, the recipient must clearly specify "Eni Project - Petroleum Engineering" .

Facilities
Tuition fees for ENI Project students are covered by the project.
Scholarship recipients, together with the Master of Science in Environmental Engineering (Petroleum Engineering) course, will benefit from:

One round trip air ticket from/to home country per year (please see the call for applications published on the Eni Corporate University website for further information)
an intensive Italian language course, compulsory and free of charge
advice on lodging facilities (for more information visit the Accommodation section)
additional services offered to the student community (access to the Politecnico libraries and computer laboratories, WI-FI (wireless LAN) , etc.); scholarship recipients will also be entitled to all the services offered by the regional university student assistance organisation, Ente regionale per il DIritto allo Studio Universitario (EDISU Piemonte ) at full fee: student canteen service, cultural and recreational activities, sports activities, libraries with lending service, etc. (for more information visit the Campus Facilities section)
assistance in obtaining an entry visa. For more information consult the Immigration Requirements section and the websites of the Italian Embassy or Consulate
assistance by the Stage and Job Placement Office for internship and employment.
In order to benefit from a reduction on the fees of the services offered by EDISU, students must provide an official declaration about:

the composition of their family unit
the revenue generated abroad in 2008
the property and real estate assets generated abroad at December 31st, 2008
These declarations, issued by the competent authorities of the foreign country where the family's income is generated, must be translated into Italian and certified by the Italian Embassy or Consulate.

Information for students coming from particularly poor countries

Notes
The scholarship does not include accommodation costs, which are thus totally at the expense of the student.

The Politecnico di Torino does not guarantee any type of accommodation for Eni Project scholarship recipients. For students turning to the private market to rent an apartment, the initial amount requested for the cautionary deposit is equal to about three months rent, plus any fees charged by the real estate agency, if applicable. The approximate amount of the rent for an apartment shared with other students comes to about 250 EURO/month per person, and the rent for a small/medium sized apartment is about 500 EURO/month.

Enrolment at the Politecnico includes insurance coverage for accidents occurring on the university premises.

Medical insurance for emergencies (First Aid), as required by the law for non-EU citizens, is 98 EURO per year. Upon their arrival in Italy, students must pay this amount to INA Assitalia: this is required for the conversion of the entry visa into a residence permit. For further information on these matters, see the Health insurance section.

We advise students to go to the Italian Embassy or Consulate to inform themselves on the necessary requirements to obtain an entry visa in Italy.
Specific contacts for Master of Science
For Scholarship International Relations Office
international. relations@ polito.it

For Admission Incoming Students Office
international. admission@ polito.it



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PhD Scholarships at Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Notice of competitive examination and application form
http://pcsiwa12.rett.polimi.it/~phdweb/eng/ammissione_borse/bandostranieri25.pdf

Notice of competitive examination XXV cycle
(Decree Rep. n° 651 Prot. n° 4659, 05th March 2009)
Notice of competitive examination published in the Official Gazzette N. 24, 27th March 2009

- Download the notice of the competitive examination (XXV cycle, Expiring April 30th 2009): ( .pdf )
http://pcsiwa12.rett.polimi.it/~phdweb/eng/ammissione_borse/fr_ammissione_borse.htm

-Application form: http://www.phd-admission.polimi.it


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CfA: Croatian language course

CROATIAN LANGUAGE COURSE


in collaboration of Educational Center Preko (POU Preko) and travel agency Con Sole

Description: The Educational Center Preko (POU Preko) is located in a beautiful charming old building which has been totally renovated on 2007. in the village Preko on the island of Ugljan.

Our Educational Center is located in the center of Preko and is only 5 meters distance from the beach.

The Center offers good facilities including: large classroom, teaching materials, video materials and is fully air-conditioned.

Teachers hold a university degree in teaching Croatian as a foreign language to foreign students and the school has a good mix of international students from around the world. The beach, harbor, cafes, bars and all facilities are only a short walk away.

Highlights: The island of Ugljan is situated in the middle Dalmatia, Republic of Croatia, 20 minutes by ferry from 3000 years old town Zadar on the main land. With a population of nearly 8.000 inhabits, the island of Ugljan is rich in cultural and historical monuments.

Located on the coast, there is a wealth of contrast with small bays, beaches, steep cliffs and densely wooded bays. There is a rich variety of Flora including groves of cypress, pine, olive, palms, agave, cactus as well as vineyards and olives plantations - together they create an unique atmosphere.

Languages :
# Croatian
Languages Used as a Medium of Teaching:
# English and Croatian
Subject Areas :
# Culture and heritage
# Intensive Language

Cost in EUR: 2 weeks 830.- €; 4 Weeks 1.400.- €
Cost Includes :
STANDARD: 4 Lessons daily (20 lessons per week)

- Accommodation
- Use of teaching materials.
- Placement test on the beginning of course.
- Maximum class size: 15 students.
- Lecture on Croatian history, culture and art
- Cultural and social activities
- Excursions: guided tour of Zadar, day trip to the National Park of "Kornati", with lunch
- Language proficiency certificate on the end of program upon request.
Dates: July and August 2009.
Experience Required: no
This Program is open to World Wide Participants.
Participants Travel to Croatia Independently Or in Groups
Typically Participants Work in Groups of Max. 15

Application must be send by email info@islandugljan. com  till 01.April, 2009.
 Danijela Mandusic
Mavena- 36 njezinih cuda
Stari put 24
21 000 SPLIT
CROATIA

http://www.mavena.hr/
tel: +385(0)919452411
e-mail: natasha_kadin@ yahoo.com
mavena@mavena. hr


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CfP: Roots of Social Capital Youth Civic Engagement and Socialization

Roots of Social Capital: Youth Civic Engagement and Socialization
Date: June 5-6, 2009
Site: Cluj, Romania

Organisers: Center for the Study of Democracy and The Political Science Department, Faculty of Political Sciences, Public Administration and Communication, Babes-Bolyai University

Topics: Is youth uninterested in politics and associational life? Or there should be a refinement of our research tools when surveying youth preferences? Is youth in new democracies any way different from youth from consolidated democratic states in terms of civic activism, internet usage and trust in politicians and institutions?
The workshop aims to answers these puzzling questions and to assess the most relevant contributions to the issue of democratization through formal and non formal education in the context of social capital, political culture, and political socialization. Youth socialization with democratic practices can enhance democratization of political processes in new democracies.

The workshop brings together researchers and practitioners to discuss the effects of youth political socialization and service learning on social capital and trust, in a comparative perspective.

Subsequently it will address the civic engagement of youth by analyzing the combined influence of internet use, trust, non formal and formal education as well as the effects of a diverse cultural context in new and established democracies.
A limited amount of funding is available for transportation and accommodation.
For those interested to participate please send an abstract of your paper/presentation by May 15th 2009 to:

Gabriel Badescu badescu@msu. edu
Toma Burean tburean@gmail. com

The papers presented will be published in a volume on political socialization of youth.
Language: English
Fee: 30 euro
Deadline: May 15th 2009
Contact: Center for the Study of Democracy , Faculty of Political Sciences, Traian Mosoiu street 71, Cluj, Romania
E-mail: tburean@gmail. com, badescu@msu. edu
Internet: http://www.democracycenter.ro/youth

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CfA: Model European Union Simulation, Ankara, 30.4-3.5.2009

MODEL EUROPEAN UNION SIMULATION 30 April - 3 May 2009 Ankara/TURKEY :

http://eurosima.dpuit.org/

If you...
are interested in international relationshave special interest in Europe and European Unionwant to be more familiar with how European Union's institution workseager to improve your language and negotiation skillswant to meet people from all over the world and establish a networkare looking for fun and memorable experience

... participate in EUROsimA 2009

This year's topics are:Â Energy and
Intercultural Dialogue.
Themes of EUROsimA 2009

 The European Council:
- Energy Security
- Common Security Policy (spesificly for terrorism)

 The General Affairs Council:
- Energy Corridors
- EU-Third World Relations

The Telecommunication, Transportation and Energy Council:
- Renewable Energy
- Energy Efficiency

The Home and Justice Affairs Council:
- Combating Racism and Discrimination
- Free Movement of Persons (spesificly about capital and labour)

The European Parliament:
- Climate Change, How Will Europe Adopt New Measures until 2020
- More Globalized Europe (spesificly about education and culture)

Participation Fees

Participation fee covers;

All lunchs during the conferenceMaterials for the conference Coffee breaks&snacks Formal Coctail Accomodation in a hotel for foreign participants (breakfasts included)Transporta tion between hotel and conference venue

(Accomodation for Turkish participants coming from other cities: we have 2 alternatives;

Metu Dormitories ( free)
BaÅŸkent Teacher's Guest Hause ( price will be announced later)

Registration Fee

40€ per person for foreign participants.

40YTL per person for Turkish participants.

Late Registration Fee

50€ per person for foreign participants.

50YTL per person for Turkish participants.

The Registration Process and Important Dates
15 December 2009- 5th EUROsimA Registration now open

29 March 2009-Deadline for registration

03 April 2009-Deadline for sending the registration fee

05 April 2009-Deadline for late registration

10 April 2009-Deadline for sending the registration fee (for late registration)

11 April 2009-Announcement of country assignments

Please check the website for further information.

 Web-site: http://eurosima.dpuit.org/

 EUROsimA 2009 Organization Team



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PhD Studentship in Architectures and Network Coding for Enterprise and Home Networks

The Institute of Advanced Telecommunications within the School of Engineering at Swansea University wishes to invite applications for a prestigious PhD Studentship to work on the EPSRC/Mobile VCE Core-5 research programme entitled Green Radio.

This prestigious studentship in Architectures and Network Coding for Enterprise and Home Networks is available now to UK, EU and overseas applicants.

Introduction: Green Radio is one of three exciting and innovative research programmes sponsored by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (www.epsrc.ac.uk) and the Mobile Virtual Centre of Excellence in Mobile & Personal Communications (www.mobilevce.com) as part of its Core-5 research programme. Green Radio is an industry-led collaboration with the Universities of Edinburgh, Bristol, Kings College London and Swansea. Given the World wide growth in the number of mobile subscribers and the increasing contribution of information technology to the overall energy consumption of the world, there is an urgent environmental need to reduce the energy requirements of radio access networks. From an operator perspective, reduced energy consumption translates directly to lower Operating Expenditure (OPEX). These are the key drivers of the Green Radio programme. Both wide area public networks (traditionally "cellular") and local area private networks (traditionally "wireless LAN") will be considered, recognising that the structure of a Green Radio Network may differ from today's radio networks.

Project Definition: In this project you would investigate architectures and network coding strategies for enterprise and home networks in order to minimise energy consumption while satisfying users' QoS requirements. Your role would therefore be to consider how to integrate network coding with other signalling techniques that area used in current as well as future enterprise and home networks. The proposed network coding schemes will be implemented in the software protocol stack of the 802.11 standard in order to demonstrate the validity of theoretically predicted energy savings.

Eligibility: You should hold a 1st class Honours degree in Electrical/Electron ic Engineering or a closely related discipline. Preference will be given to applicants who hold a related master's degree at distinction level. The studentship would also suit mature individuals with relevant industrial experience. For UK and EU applicants, the studentship will cover the full university tuition fees and provide a minimum starting stipend of £12,940 pa. In respect of overseas applicants, the studentship will cover the full university tuition fees including the overseas contribution and provide a minimum starting stipend of £12,940 pa. Minimum stipends are fixed annually by EPSRC. The scholarship is available now and must be taken up before 1st June 2009. For informal enquiries please contact Professor Tim O'Farrell (t.ofarrell@swansea. ac.uk)

Prospective applicants are invited to follow the University's application procedures as detailed online at http://www.swan.ac.uk/postgraduate/apply/

Please mark your application form "EPSRC/MVCE Studentship Green Radio" in the space for funding organisation and highlight the project you wish to apply for, in order of preference, in the section additional supporting information. Applications submitted without an up to date CV and suitable referees will not be considered.

Application closing date: Friday 17 April 2009.


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PhD Studentship - School of Life and Health Sciences - Aston University

PhD Studentships
School of Life & Health Sciences

PhD Studentships for home/EU/internation al overseas students with bursaries available against fees.

Projects are available in research groups allied to Biomedical Sciences, Biology, Pharmacy, Optometry and Psychology.

Applications are invited for three year Research Studentships to be undertaken in the School of Life and Health Sciences at Aston University to start in July or October 2009.

The School of Life and Health Sciences is equipped with state-of-the- art facilities to pursue cutting-edge research. In the 2008 RAE, 85% of the research in the School of Life and Health Sciences was ranked as being of international quality, and the School was ranked 3rd out of 61 UK University submissions to Allied Health Professions and Studies for quality and volume of research. The School currently has a research income of about £8m, with approximately 70 research students, (part time and full-time), who are registered in the School each year.

Project Details
Projects can be viewed by research topic and research supervisor at (http://www1.aston.ac.uk/lhs/research/pgresopportunities/projectsforhome-eu-intstudents/).

Financial Support
The projects are available to students meeting the University and School academic entry requirements and bursaries for international students will be awarded competitively on merit. The bursaries for international students will cover payment of £10,000 against the international fee and for home/EU students will cover payment of £3,000 against the home/EU student fee.

Application Requirements

• Applicants should have or expect a good honours degree (either first class or upper second class) or hold an MSc in a relevant discipline.

• If you are an EU/IOS Applicant, the English Language Requirements are a minimum score of 620 (250 minimum in computer test) in TOEFL OR IELTS with minimum marks of 6.0 in each section and an overall band of 6.5.

• The studentships are for 3 years, subject to a satisfactory progress review at the end of the first year, and are available for July 1st and October 1st 2009 registration.

• For an application form please visit: http://www1.lhs.aston.ac.uk/pabs/pgprojects/application%20form.pdf

• Closing Date: Monday, 13th May 2009 for July entry or August 12th for October entry

• For informal enquiries or to return completed applications forms, please contact the Research Office, Room MB560, School of Life and Health Sciences, Aston University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET; email j.a.taylor@aston. ac.uk: +44 (0)121 204 4019).

Reference: R090077


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PhD Studentship in Radio Resource Management for Future Mobil

PhD Studentship
Radio Resource Management for Future Mobile Cellular Radio Networks
School of Engineering

The Institute of Advanced Telecommunications within the School of Engineering at Swansea University wishes to invite applications for a prestigious PhD Studentship to work on the EPSRC/MobileVCE Core-5 research programme entitled Green Radio.

This prestigious studentship in Radio Resource Management for Future Mobile Cellular Radio Networks is available now to UK, EU and overseas applicants.

Introduction: Green Radio is one of three exciting and innovative research programmes sponsored by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (www.epsrc.ac. uk) and the Mobile Virtual Centre of Excellence in Mobile & Personal Communications (www.mobilevce. com) as part of its Core-5 research programme. Green Radio is an industry-led collaboration with the Universities of Edinburgh, Bristol, Kings College London and Swansea. Given the World wide growth in the number of mobile subscribers and the increasing contribution of information technology to the overall energy consumption of the world, there is an urgent environmental need to reduce the energy requirements of radio access networks. From an operator perspective, reduced energy consumption translates directly to lower Operating Expenditure (OPEX). These are the key drivers of the Green Radio programme. Both wide area public networks (traditionally "cellular") and local area private networks (traditionally "wireless LAN") will be considered, recognising that the structure of a Green Radio Network may differ from today's radio networks.

PhD Project Definition: Green Radio will develop new energy efficient cellular deployment architectures based on bringing BSs closer to mobile users. Increasing BS and/or relay densities increases inter-cell interference levels. Consequently inter-cell interference is a major barrier that impedes the realisation of energy efficient mobile cellular networks. Your role will be to exploit cooperation between BSs (and relays) in an LTE-advanced RAN in order to limit inter-cell as well as intra-cell interference by the appropriate use of radio resource management (RRM) techniques.

Eligibility: You should hold a 1st class Honours degree in Electrical/Electron ic Engineering or a closely related discipline. Preference will be given to applicants who hold a related master's degree at distinction level. The studentship would also suit mature individuals with relevant industrial experience. For UK and EU applicants, the studentship will cover the full university tuition fees and provide a minimum starting stipend of £12,940 pa. In respect of overseas applicants, the studentship will cover the full university tuition fees including the overseas contribution and provide a minimum starting stipend of £12,940 pa. Minimum stipends are fixed annually by EPSRC. The scholarship is available now and must be taken up before 1st June 2009. For informal enquiries please contact Professor Tim O'Farrell (t.ofarrell@swansea. ac.uk)

Prospective applicants are invited to follow the University's application procedures as detailed online at http://www.swan. ac.uk/postgradua te/apply/

Please mark your application form "EPSRC/MVCE Studentship Green Radio" in the space for funding organisation and highlight the project you wish to apply for, in order of preference, in the section additional supporting information. Applications submitted without an up to date CV and suitable referees will not be considered.

Application closing date: Friday 17 April 2009



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M. Sc. Optics and Photonics-Germany

KSOP Masters Education. We believe that a Ph.D. graduate school is unlikely to be successful without the background / infrastructure and the “funneling / filtering” through a corresponding associated, interdisciplinary coordinated masters program, aiming at attracting excellent students from abroad.

36 students per year can be admitted to our masters program. The best students of the masters program are supported by the KSOP Scholarship Program. Access to the KSOP masters education is granted via an application procedure.

A study plan is developed for each individual masters student (corresponding to his/her educational background) when entering the KSOP.

The M.Sc. course is divided into four stages providing the students with the necessary prerequisites (Stage I: Introduction) , to give them a solid background on the most important topics within the wide and diverse field of Optics and Photonics (Stage II: Core Subjects) and let them acquire specialized knowledge (Stage III: Specialization) to be able to competently perform a six-month research project on a current topic of research (masters thesis). In addition, an 8-weeks industrial internship is scheduled between stages 2 and 3.

Scholarship

The KSOP scholarship amounts to 800 Euro/month for international students and 400 Euro/month for German students. Part of the scholarship is a research assistantship. Within the scope of this assistantship, you will have the opportunity to work on a research project in one of the KSOP institutes.

The scholarship is first admitted for 12 months. At the end you have to proof your successful participation in the KSOP M.Sc. Program through very good study results in order to extend the scholarship for another 12 months.
Guideline for Scholarship Application

Step 1 - Fill out the KSOP scholarship application form

You can apply for a scholarship at the KSOP Office after having applied for the program M.Sc. in Optics & Photonics. Please fill out the KSOP Scholarship application form. The application deadline for the upcoming winter semester is July 15 each year.

Please note that you have to send your scholarship documents seperately from your application to the student office, the KSOP Office or the international student office respectively.

You will receive feedback from the KSOP Office on your scholarship application after July 15.

Step 2 - Submit your application

You are required to include the following documents in your application:

- KSOP scholarship application form

- a certified copy of your qualification for university entrance (e.g. Abitur, High School Diploma, Bac.)

- a certified copy of your Bachelor degree (if the Bachelor degree is not yet available at the closing date for applications but will be completed before the registration, candidates can apply with a preliminary transcript of records)

- your CV

- proof of English language profiency: TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with a minimum of 570 pb, 260 points cb and 88 points ibt or IELTS (International English Languag Testing System) band with a minium of 6.5

- proof of extra-curricular activities

- one or better two recommendations

- Statement of purpose

Please send the complete application preferrably via e-mail or alternatively via postal mail to:

Karlsruhe School of Optics & Photonics (KSOP),
Universität Karlsruhe (TH)
Schlossplatz 19
76131 Karlsruhe

http://www.ksop.de/fileadmin/KSOP/download/03_programs/Application_Form_MSc_ Scholarship.pdf


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CfA: Swiss Cultural Programme in the Western Balkans

Picture (Metafile) Call for Submissions of Concepts for Regional Cooperation Projects in the Fields of Art and Culture

The Swiss Cultural Programme in the Western Balkans (SCP) supports regional cooperation projects in the fields of culture and the arts in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia and Serbia.

The overall goals of the Swiss Cultural Programme are to contribute to the promotion of democracy and freedom of expression, to conflict resolution, to intercultural cooperation and respect for minorities. The programme fosters regional cooperation through capacity building, empowerment and promotion of cultural initiatives and organisations, which offer innovative and diversified cultural services and products. Its thematic priorities include youth, gender equity and the creation of structures for broad cultural participation while taking into account good governance principles - accountability, transparency, non-discrimination, participation, and efficiency.

The Swiss Cultural Programme in the Western Balkans invites the cultural organisations, initiatives, networks and/or associations from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia and Serbia, both from the non-governmental and public sectors, for submission of concepts for Regional Cooperation Projects.

The submitted Project Concepts should:
* Have a regional orientation by involving organisations from at least two of the above mentioned countries
* Contribute to the development of culture and arts in the field in which they are operating
* Offer innovative approach and diversified services and products
* Aim at improving the situation in the region by strengthening culture and cultural life as an essential element of a participatory, open and dynamic civil society

* Be relevant to the regional context of the Western Balkans
* Promote interethnic collaboration stressing youth and structures for broad cultural participation taking into account good governance principles and equity.

For detailed information about conditions and criteria for this call, please
refer to the SCP's regional website www.scp-ba.net, for the guidelines and the template for submitting project concepts. You can also contact the local SCP-office in your country or consult its local website (the links can be found on the afore-mentioned website).

Submission: Concepts for Regional Cooperation Projects are to be submitted according to the template available on the SCP website by electronic mail to rcp@scp-ba.net

Deadline for submission of concepts is Friday 15th May, 2009, at 24:00 hours. Applications received after the deadline will not be taken into consideration. Applicants will be notified on receipt by email.

The SCP's Regional Steering Committee will select the concepts to be developed further into project proposals at the beginning of July 2009.

The Swiss Cultural Programme in the Western Balkans (SCP) is run by Pro Helvetia, the Swiss Arts Council, upon mandate of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs

Kind regards,

Bertan Selim
Deputy Regional Manager

Swiss Cultural Programme
in the Western Balkans
Ulica Hadzi-idrizova 10/1,
71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tel: +387-33-20 39 28
Fax: +387-33-20 39 26

bertan.selim@ scp-ba.net
www.scp-ba.net


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CfP: Gladstone Bicentenary Conference, Sofia, 20-21.11.2009

WILLIAM GLADSTONE, VICTORIANISM, AND NATIONALISM
IN HISTORICAL AND LITERARY PERSPECTIVE
Conference dedicated to Gladstone Bicentenary

William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898) was a most extraordinary figure in many respects. A potent symbol of the Victorian era, he was most unconventional and unorthodox Victorian. As national and world leader he left his impact on many sides of the life of the British society, from socio-economic and political system to university curricula, and on countries as distant as Bulgaria, South Africa and the United States. At the same time he was a scholar and author, whose vast intellectual interests ranged from the Homeric epics to Tennyson's poetry.

The History Department of the New Bulgarian University and the Bulgarian Society for British Studies organize a conference to mark the Gladstone Bicentenary, to be held at the NBU on November 20-21, 2009. Working languages: Bulgarian, English. The panels at the conference will be centered on: Gladstone and Victorianism; European nationalism and self-determination; Language, and politics; The European concert and
humanitarian intervention. Proposals of papers with summaries (up to 200 words) should be sent to Assoc. Prof. Roumen Genov at: genov@nbu.bg, by July 31, 2009.

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CfA: Internship German Marshall Fund, Bucharest, Romania

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a non-partisan American public policy and grant making institution dedicated to promoting greater cooperation and understanding between the United States and Europe. The GMF does this by supporting individuals and institutions working on transatlantic issues, by conveying leaders to discuss the most pressing transatlantic themes, and by examining ways in which transatlantic cooperation can address a variety of global policy challenges.In addition to its headquarters in Washington, DC, GMF has seven offices in Europe: Berlin, Bratislava, Paris, Brussels, Belgrade, Ankara and Bucharest.

The Bucharest office is seeking for a young academic enrolled at University/Master level for Political Science or International Relations with a focus on foreign policy.

The internship will cover both research and event management, i.e. following events in the Wider Black Sea Region, research on issues of relevance to the region and to GMF work, conceptualizing, planning, execution, support and wrap-up of conferences, lectures and workshops concerning various aspects issues. Prior experience in this field would be a plus.

The applicant should have excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a small team. Fluency in both English and Romanian is required.

The individual is expected to:
• Produce weekly country and issue briefs, for countries and issues of relevance to and interest for GMF in the Black Sea region;
• Assist in grant making
• Database entry and maintenance
• Managing production and implementation of in-house mailing projects;
• Providing administrative/ clerical support;
• Maintaining filing systems; and
• Other duties as assigned.

The position is unpaid. At the end of the internship program the intern will be provided references and a certificate which will attest the completion of the program.

The objectives of the GMF internship are to:
• Primarily, provide interns with an opportunity to gain practical work experience to their academic program or future work in a field related to the GMF's mission.
• Secondly, enable GMF offices to benefit from the work undertaken by interns
• Work in an international environment on political issues.
Gain experience working in a mutual learning and knowledge sharing environment with world experts.

Start and length of internship:
Preferred starting date: April 6 , 2009; later applications will also be considered.
Preferred length of internship: 3 months, part-time (working hours will be accommodated considering the school schedule).

Contact information:
If you are interested, please send a resume and cover letter, before March 30, 2009, in attention to:

Anemari Necsulescu
Office Manager
The Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation
A Project of The German Marshall Fund of the United States

Email: anecsulescu@ gmfus.org
www.gmfus.org
http://www.gmfus.org/blacksea/


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Mar 27, 2009

Call for Papers/Reviewers: Biotechnology & Molecular Biology Reviews (BMBR)

Introducing ‘Biotechnology & Molecular Biology Reviews (BMBR)’

Biotechnology & Molecular Biology Reviews (BMBR), publishes the most exciting research in all areas of applied biochemistry, industrial microbiology, molecular biology, genomics and proteomics, food and agricultural technologies, and metabolic engineering. The following types of papers are considered for publication:

Standard Reviews: Standard reviews cover a broad range of subjects in biotechnology research, including: applied biochemistry, industrial microbiology, genomics and proteomics, and metabolic engineering.

Mini-Reviews: This section accommodates brief formal reviews relevant to biotechnology and applied molecular biology as well as other articles requiring more latitude in subject and/or format. These may include articles based on new models or hypotheses, and critical evaluations of methods

Our objective is to inform authors of the decision on their manuscript(s) within four weeks of submission. Following acceptance, a paper will normally be published in the next issue.

Instruction for authors and other details are available on our website www.academicjournals.org/bmbr. Prospective authors should send their manuscript(s) to bmbr@academicjournals.org, bmbr.acadjourn@gmail.com or bmbr_acadjourn@yahoo.com

Invitation to Review

BMBR is seeking for qualified reviewers as members of the review board team. BMBR serves as a great resource for researchers and students across the globe. We ask you to support this initiative by joining our reviewer’s team. If you are interested in serving as a reviewer, kindly send us your resume to bmbr@academicjournals.org, bmbr.acadjourn@gmail.com or bmbr_acadjourn@yahoo.com

Publication Alert

We will be glad to send you a publication alert showing the table of content with link to the various abstracts and full PDF text of articles published in each issue. Kindly send us an email if you will like to receive publication alert.

Best regards,
Prof. P. Ravindra
Editor-in-chief
Biotechnology & Molecular Biology Reviews
E-mail: bmbr@academicjournals.org

bmbr.acadjourn@gmail.com

bmbr_acadjourn@yahoo.com

http://www.academicjournals.org/bmbr


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International Master program in Biomedical Sciences (IMBS)

Program Structure

The International Master program in Biomedical Sciences (IMBS) at Freiburg (Germany) and Buenos Aires (Argentina) offers a 2- year course for the degree "Master of Science (M.Sc.)".

The majority of courses will take place at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) while a 4 month stay in Freiburg will include parts of module 7, first part of module 8, and a 1 week intensive course for each module. Second part of module 8 (consisting of two subjects of choice) and Module 9 (master thesis) can be performed either in Buenos Aires or in Freiburg.

Duration of the IMBS is four semesters including the Master thesis. The program is structured into the following modules:

Module I: Biophysics and Bioinformatics
Teaching:
Juan Pablo Rossi (UBA) ; Jürgen Rühe (ALU)

Module II: Pathology
Teaching:
Ricardo Gelpi (UBA); Martin Werner (ALU)

Module III: Pharmacology and Toxicology
Teaching:
Juan Perazzo (UBA); Carlos Taira (UBA);
Carlos Alberto Davio (UBA); Klaus Aktories (ALU)

Module IV: Microbiology, Virology, Cellular and
Molecular Immunology
Teaching:
Gabriel Gutkind (UBA); Emilio Malchiodi (UBA)
Rodolfo Campos (UBA); Otto A. Haller (ALU); Paul Fisch (ALU)

Module V: Neurobiology
Teaching:
Alejandro De Nicola (UBA) ; Erich Buchner (Würzburg)

Module VI: Molecular Biology
Teaching:
Daniel Turyn (UBA); Eduardo Artz (UBA)
Christoph Peters (ALU); Christoph Borner (ALU)

Module VII: Clinical Medicine
Teaching:
Juan José Poderoso (UBA) ; Hendrik Veelken (ALU)

Module VIII: Optional Seminars and Traineeships

Module IX: Master Thesis

http://www.biomedmaster.org/

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