From: Archaeology Data Service Superlist [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
Behalf Of William Kilbride
Sent: 13 December 2005 16:59
Subject: EU-Funded Researcher Positions
Apologies if you have received this already. Please do forward to students
or colleagues that you think would be interested in this 'Early Stage
Training'. This advert will be particularly appropriate for UK-based
applicants wanting to travel abroad for a year. There will be a similar
advert in a few months offering two research twelve month long fellowships
here at the University of York, aimed at applicants from outside the UK.
All best wishes,
This is to invite applications and nominations for positions as Marie-Curie
fellows at the level of researchers. Candidates must have at least an MA or
equivalent, or may be PhD candidates, in relevant fields related to
Information Society Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage research and
dissemination. The positions are part of Chiron, an EST Marie-Curie funded
project (www.chiron-training.org), the host institutions being: PIN,
University of Florence (Italy), University of the Aegean (Greece), Ename
Center (Belgium), Ben-Gurion University (Israel), Brighton University (UK)
and ETHZ (Switzerland). The positions are due to start early spring 2006.
You could share this information with any scholars you believe might be
interested in this position.
A detailed description of the project may be found at
www.chiron-training.org. for any further information, please contact:
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Sorin Hermon, Ph.D.
VAST-Lab, PIN, University of Florence
Piazza Ciardi 25, Prato, Italy