Monday, May 30, 2011

e-Conference on Sustainable Mountain Development in the Southeast Asia, June 1-30, 2011

We invite participants to take part in the preliminary brainstorming session for preparing the Southeast Asian status report on mountain development challenges and opportunities faced by the region. Join from .

Date: June 1-30, 2011
Venue: Virtual Conference/Online
Contact Persons: Madhav Karki, Benedicto Q. Sánchez, Ramón Razal, Earl Díaz and Tek Jung Mahat

The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held in Rio de Janeiro, 1992 put mountains on the global environment and development map by introducing a specific chapter of the Agenda 21 on mountains as fragile ecosystems (Chapter 13). Twenty years later, Rio+20 provides an excellent opportunity to present a global status report on achievements, challenges, and future opportunities in sustainable mountain development (SMD) that can show where we stand today and indicate where we need to move forward in future.

The Broad Initiatives for Negros Development (BIND), the Non-Timber Forest Product-Exchange Programme, as a member of the global Mountain Partnership Consortium (MPC), has together with ICIMOD been assigned the task of preparing a Regional Assessment Report on SMD in the Southeast Asian (SEA) region with the following objectives:
  • To take stock of what has, and what has not, been achieved in promoting sustainable mountain development since 1992 in different parts of the region
  • To learn what has worked and what has not—and why
  • To identify current and future challenges and to explore pathways and opportunities on how these can be addressed in the context of the SEA Mountains
  • To identify the role of different stakeholders and to propose a “plan of work” toward the preparation of a draft regional report by September 2011

The status report will be ready for global presentation and distribution on the occasion of the Rio 2012 conference. Prior to this key event, an International Conference will be held in Lucerne, Switzerland, on 10-12 October 2011. The conference will provide a platform to present and discuss preliminary findings and to extract the key messages for policy makers involved in the Rio+20 negotiations.

“Given the very different characteristics of the world’s diverse mountain regions, even on one continent, it is probably best not to propose a precise definition of sustainable mountain development, but to recognize that it is a regionally-specific process of sustainable development that concerns both mountain regions and populations living downstream or otherwise dependent on these regions in various ways” (Price and Kim 1999).

Target audience of the Report
The central target audience for the SEA region Rio 20 Assessment report are policy and decision makers at the international and national level, including multilateral and bilateral development agencies, national governments, private sector, and local and regional administrations. The report is further meant to address least developed mountain countries, regions and their civil society organizations including international and national NGOs and foundations; private as well as public sector enterprises, including transnational corporations; academic institutions; scientists; and researcher, scholars and academia.

NTFP-EP’s Commitment
The key motivation for NTFP-EP working closely with other members of the MPC, especially with fellow members BIND, ICIMOD, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), is to contribute to a global status report for Rio 20 and share the findings at an international conference to be organized by SDC in 2011 in collaboration with partners worldwide.

The NTFP-EP as collaborative network of non-governmental organizations and community-based organizations in South and Southeast Asia has been providing support and has gained enormous experiences in various tasks related to sustainable mountain development in South and Southeast Asia, especially in the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia. Some of its partners took part in the promotion of SMD since way back the 2002 global celebration of the International Year of the Mountains.

It is working with forest-based communities to strengthen their capacity in sustainable management of natural resources and interfaces with government institutions on policy issues on natural resource use and land management. For centuries, forest-based communities in the region have harvested a wide range of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) on the region’s tropical rainforests both for subsistence use and as a source of income, and for the sustainable conservation and promotion of mountain ecological and socio-cultural systems that are the basis for important landscapes that benefit the entire region and beyond.

Discussion Questions
Pre-discussion: A short overview (with spatial/quantitative/trend data where possible)

Session 1: Understanding different mountain systems and their contribution to providing goods and services
  • What are the key mountain systems in the SEA region? What are the key characteristics and ecological/environmental status of the mountain systems of the SEA region?
  • What are the roles and contributions of mountains in providing goods and (especially ecosystem) services to the wider surrounding region of the SEA?

Session 2: Issues, challenges and opportunities
  • What are the key issues/opportunities/challenges in SMD, and how do these derive from these driving forces?
  • What have been/are the major internal and external driving forces of change in the mountain environment, economy, and social systems?
  • What impacts are the changes making on the ecological status of the mountain systems (indigenous communities, mountain settlers and the natural resources within)?

Session 3: How Mountain systems can provide strategic way forward for the Rio+20 Agenda?’
  • What factors are currently impeding/promoting the shift toward a green economy, climate resilient development, and/or sustainable development in the mountain region?
  • How do the factors identified contribute/impede sustainable mountain development? How can the positive contributions be enhanced/ and the negative effects mitigated or totally avoided?

The NTFP-EP would like to kick-start the preparation of the regional assessment by first identifying the key gaps, issues, opportunities, and challenges, and key mandated, qualified, committed, interested, and potentially interested people from government organizations (GOs), non-government organizations (NGOs), academia, foundations, development partners, nature trusts, and the private sector through this electronic discussion.

e-Conference team
Overall Coordinator: Dr Madhav Karki, Deputy Director General, ICIMOD Email:
Lead Coordinator: Mr. Benedicto Q. Sánchez, BIND Program Coordinator, Board of Trustees, Secretary, NTFP-EP Email:
Moderator: Dr Ramón Razal, College of Forestry, University of the Philippines-Los Baños, Board of Trustees, NTFP-EP Email:
e-Conference Administrators: Mr. Earl Díaz, IT Specialist, NTFP-EP Email: and Mr. Tek Jung Mahat, APMN Node Manager, ICIMOD Email:

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The Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program

The Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program
TOYOTA has initiated a number of corporate activities to make their commitment to the environment, such as the world’s first mass-production and sales of hybrid vehicles, the construction of an environmental management system (including the ISO 14001 certification), and active disclosure of environment-related information. In recognition of various achievements in environmental protection and improvement, TOYOTA received the Global 500 Award from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in 1999.

The Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program was inaugurated in 2000, commemorating TOYOTA’s receipt of the prestigious Global 500 Award, to further demonstrate TOYOTA’s responsibility for the environment and sustainable development. Since then, as part of its corporate philanthropic activities, TOYOTA has been conducting the Grant Program to support environmental activities implemented by NPOs and other non-profit private groups.

The Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program FY2011 now accepts Applications
The grant themes are ” Biodiversity Conservation ” and ” Global Warming Countermeasures ” that are serious and urgent issues for conserving the earth environment. And the United Nations declared 2011 as the International Year of Forests, hence we take up ” Forest Conservation ” as an important item.

Applications for following two categories of grants are accepted same as last year. One is for overseas project grant, targeting the activities in overseas, conducted by groups based in Japan or foreign groups collaborate with Japanese groups. The other is domestic project grant, targeting community-based activities in Japan.

Application Period: From Friday, April 15 to Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Application must be arrived by June 15, 2011

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Monday, May 23, 2011

Call for papers Young Scientist Workshop, International Water Week, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 31 October – 4 November

Are you a young water professional or PhD student working in the area of urban water management or urban planning? 

Then the Young Scientist Workshop 'Water Challenges of Urbanisation' during the International Water Week Amsterdam 2011 should be of interest to you!
The Young Scientist Workshop is an intensive scientific event students and international young professionals from the water industry and public organisations. The topic of the Workshop concerns the challenges of providing water systems in urbanizing areas, a cross-cutting topic covering water management, water supply, sanitation and spatial planning. 
Apart from exchanging ideas with other professionals, you will work with colleagues from all over the world on a joint vision of the challenges and solutions to urbanisation problems. The outcome will be reported in a memorandum made available to all conference delegates, and published in a journal after the conference. 
Before the workshop you are asked to prepare a scientific paper and/or case study addressing a specific water problem integral to the growth of cities under the stress of climate change. After review the selected papers will be published in the IWW-YSW proceedings. You and the other participants will present posters in the exhibition hall of the conference. The workshop is scientifically supervised by several professors involved in the water sector and some senior water professionals who chair the workshop sessions and the discussions. 
You are invited to submit an abstract of about 500 words to the conference secretariat before 30 June 2011. The Young Scientist Workshop focus on urbanisation under pressures of growing population and climate change. 
• drinking water availability 
• sewer systems 
• sewage treatment 
• drainage, including floods 
• integrated water management 
The best paper will be selected by a scientific jury and the winner will be announced during the IWW. The prize associated with the award is 1500 euro. 
A scientific committee will review the abstracts. Notification of acceptance will be shortly after submission of the abstract and before 25 July. Full paper manuscripts are expected to be submitted before 1 September 2011. 
More information can be found on the YSW website. 
Organising committee 
Arnold Lobbrecht (UNESCO-IHE, Delft) 
Florrie de Pater (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam) 
Scientific committee 
prof. Jeroen Aarts (VU Amsterdam) 
prof. Luuk Rietveld (TU Delft) 
prof. Roland Price (UNESCO -IHE) 
Information and registration 
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Sunday, May 22, 2011


Humboldt Research Fellowships for postdoctoral researchers are the instrument with which the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation enables highly-qualified scientists and scholars from abroad who are just embarking on their academic careers and who completed their doctorates less than four years ago to spend extended periods of research (6–24 months) in Germany. Scientists and scholars from all disciplines and countries may apply.

Research projects are carried out in cooperation with academic hosts at research institutions in Germany. Candidates choose their own research projects and their host in Germany and prepare their own research plan. Details of the research project and the time schedule must be agreed upon with the prospective host in advance. Short-term visits for study and training purposes or for attending conferences are not eligible for sponsorship.

Candidates are selected solely on the basis of their academic record. There are no quotas for individual disciplines or countries. The most important criteria for assessment are:
-the academic quality and feasibility of the research proposal submitted by the candidate;
-academic publications in internationally-reviewed journals and for publishing houses;
-statements on the candidate’s academic achievements and potential contained in the expert references submitted by the candidate.

Applications are assessed by independent peer reviewers appointed by the Humboldt Foundation. The final decision is taken by a committee composed of academics from all disciplines.

Fellowship specifications
The fellowship is worth 2,250 EUR per month. This includes a mobility lump sum and a contribution towards health and liability insurance.

Additional benefits:
-an allowance for research costs to be paid to the hosts in Germany amounting to 800 EUR per month (for research projects in the natural sciences and engineering) and 500 EUR (for research projects in the humanities and social sciences);
-language fellowship for an intensive language course for the fellow and his/her marital partner lasting two to four months at selected language institutes in Germany immediately prior to the actual period of research;
-lump sum for the fellow’s travel expenses if the costs are not borne by a third party;
-family allowances for visits by family members lasting at least three months (up to 326 EUR for the marital partner and up to 234 EUR per month for each child);
-Europe allowance for a research stay at a research institute in another European country (though not the research fellow’s own country); for a designated period in the course of the fellowship if necessary to ensure the success of the research project;
-extensive alumni sponsorship once a successful research stay has come to an end, especially for maintaining contact with collaborative partners in Germany during the Humboldtian’s entire academic career.

Application requirements
1. Doctorate or comparable academic degree (Ph.D., C.Sc. or equivalent), completed less than four years prior to the date of application. Candidates who have nearly completed their doctoral degrees are eligible to apply provided that they submit the manuscript of their dissertation or publications containing the results of their dissertation.
2. Academic publications reviewed according to international standards and printed in journals and/or by publishing houses.
3. Confirmation that research facilities are available and a detailed expert’s report by an academic host at a research institution in Germany.
4. Expert references from the doctoral supervisor and other academics qualified to comment on the applicant’s eligibility, preferably including reviewers not working at the applicant’s own institute.
5. Language skills: scholars in the humanities or social sciences and physicians must have a good knowledge of German if it is necessary to carry out the project successfully;  otherwise a good knowledge of English; scientists and engineers must have a good knowledge of German or English.

Potential applicants who have been in Germany for more than six months at the time of application should check with the Humboldt Foundation (info@… ) whether formal requirements have been met before submitting their application documents.

Academics who have already been sponsored by the Humboldt Foundation are not eligible to apply for the Humboldt Research Fellowship Programme but should turn to the Foundation’s Alumni Programme for support for further research stays.

Application procedure
Applications may be sent to the following address at any time:
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Selection Department
Jean-Paul-Str. 12, 53173 Bonn, Germany
If this is not possible, they may be forwarded to the Humboldt Foundation via the branch offices of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) or the missions of the Federal Republic of Germany abroad.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Call for FONASO PhD applications 2011

FONASO - Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate programme

Call for applications – deadline 1 November 2011

Forest and Nature for Society (FONASO) is a three-year world-class global Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate programme. The main objective of the Programme is to educate the leaders of the future generation of researchers, teachers and top management staff working with sustainable forest and nature management, in both tropical and temperate regions, to ensure wider societal benefits. Within forest and nature management, the Programme is focused on the scientific fields of (i) economics and policy, and (ii) ecology and silviculture.

FONASO is offered by a global Consortium that includes top ranked universities and leading international research organisations. The Consortium consists of the twelve partner institutions: (i) University of Copenhagen, Denmark, (ii) The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden, (iii) Bangor University, UK, (iv) Dresden University, Germany, (v) University of Göttingen, Germany, (vi) AgroParisTech, France, (vii) University of Padova, Italy, (viii) Center for International Forestry Research, Indonesia, (ix) Dalhoff Larsen & Hornemann, Denmark, (x) James Cook University, Australia, (xi) University of British Columbia, Canada, and (xii) World Agroforestry Centre, Kenya.

The FONASO Programme is a fully integrated three-year doctorate programme. It builds on existing research schools and environments, taking the best from each to build up joint supervision, activities and doctoral candidate courses. Each doctoral candidate will usually stay two years with a principal supervisor and one year with a co-supervisor. Doctoral candidates obtain either a joint degree or double degree depending on mobility track. The language of the Programme is English. There is one annual call for applications; short-listed applicants are invited to Europe to present and discuss their proposals.

Detailed information on the FONASO Joint Doctorate Programme is available on, including application form and guidelines. Applications must be received no later than 1 November 2011. Short-listed candidates are notified by 30 November 2011. Interviews in Europe will take place in mid February 2012. Study start from summer/autumn 2012.

Call for papers: Natural Resources Forum, a United Nations Sustainable Development Journal

Call for Papers

Natural Resources Forum, a United Nations Sustainable Development Journal, a quarterly journal issued by the Division for Sustainable Development of the United Nations, calls for papers for a new series on the themes of the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development at its 20th and 21st sessions, over the 2012-2014 period:

- Forests
- Biodiversity
- Biotechnology
- Tourism
- Mountains

Articles submitted should be relevant to policymaking, and should address the topics from a sustainable development perspective, i.e. treating economic, social, and environmental aspects in an integrated way. Articles centred on the evaluation of global, national and local policies and programmes are encouraged.

Angles of interest include cross-cutting themes such as poverty eradication, changing unsustainable patterns of consumption and production, protecting and managing the natural resource base of development, application of integrated planning and policy tools for decision-making, institutions for sustainable development, sustainable development in a globalizing world, and sustainable development of small islands developing states, Africa, or other regions.

Articles should contain original material and should be between 6,000 and 8,000 words in length. Contributions to the journal are accepted at NRF's manuscript submission site at

Questions and comments can be addressed to:

Author guidelines:

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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Adaptation to Climate Change: An essential part of Climate Change Policy

Adaptation to Climate Change: An essential part of Climate Change Policy

Director: Prof. Anil Markandya (BC3, Basque Centre for Climate Change) and Prof. Alberto Ansuategi (EHU/UPV Foundations of Economic Analysis I)

Organizers: BC3 and UPV-EHU

Dates: 20-21-22 July, 2011

Venue: Palacio Miramar Jauregia, Donostia – San Sebastián

The objective of the Summer School is to offer an updated and recent view of the ongoing trends in Climate Change research in an annual basis. This school is designed to approach the main scientific topic from a multidisciplinary approach, depending on the main trends of Climate Change issues and allowing for an integrated view and understanding of the problem. Different editions of the school might take different approaches to study Climate Change. This second edition will be devoted to adaptation strategies and energy-related challenges of Climate Change. This school is open to PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and other researchers as well as policy makers interested in acquiring a deep understanding of Climate Change and the policies designed to fight it. The final aim of the Summer School is becoming an integral part of an European Master course offered by the UPV/EHU (University of the Basque Country) in a near future.

Inscription for applicants opened until the 15th of July

For more information visit:

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

University of East Anglia Scholarship for International Students from Low-Income Countries

University of East Anglia Scholarship for International Students from Low-Income Countries

Spread across 320 acres in the city of Norwich, the University of East Anglia (UEA) is one of the top universities in the UK as far as student satisfaction is concerned. There are more than 13,000 students studying in the campus.

The university also offers scholarships for academically excellent international students coming from various cultures and countries under different categories.

s always, this year also there are several scholarships available for students coming from low-income countries.

Multiple International Development Scholarships – £1,000 fees awards may be offered to international taught applicants on the basis of academic excellence.

Five International Development Excellence Scholarships – £5,000 fees awards may be offered to international taught applicants on the basis of academic excellence and their personal statement.

One International Development Full Fees Scholarship – Full fees award may be offered to international taught applicants on the basis of academic excellence and their personal statement.

Eligibility: International students from low-income countries.

Method of Application: All eligible candidates to whom the School has made an offer are automatically considered for nomination.

Last date for sending the Applications: 31 May 2011 (to be considered for the £5,000 and Full Fee awards).

For further information about the scholarships offered by the University of East Anglia (UEA), visit this link

Youth Encounter on Sustainability (YES) - Davos / Switzerland, 9 – 26th September 2011

Youth Encounter on Sustainability (YES) - Davos / Switzerland, 9 – 26th September 2011

Davos / Switzerland, 9 – 26th September 2011 – including the 3 days conference of the
“World Resources Forum” (

Last call for applications: deadline 20th May 2011

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

ACTIS, in collaboration with the Alliance for Global Sustainability (a university partnership between the ETH Zürich, MIT Boston, University of Tokyo and Chalmers University), the Swiss Academy of Technical Sciences (SATW) and WRF (World Resources Forum, Davos), is pleased to announce our  2011 Youth Encounter on Sustainability (YES) course in Switzerland – with a special focus on “Natural Resources”.
The YES course aims to sensitize participants to the complex issues of sustainable development in a global context, through course work, field trips, workshops, group work, and discussions in a practical, international learning experience, combined with social and cultural activities. The course brings together an inspiring group  of upper level students and young professionals from different disciplines, cultures and nationalities to learn together in a unique environment. The program builds on 10 years of experience successfully running YES in 10 different countries. ACTIS is an ETH spin-off organization created specifically to expand the YES program and related activities.

 Course flyer and application form are attached, more information on YES:

Please forward this information within your networks to colleagues, universities, and organizations. NOTE: For this special course YES Alumni and young professionals are welcome to participate.

 Dr.Roger Baud / Director
Dr. Roger Baud
Tel.: +41 44 280 33 06
Fax: +41 44 281 22 44
mobile: +41 79 502 21 24

Friday, May 6, 2011

IWC Water Leader Scholarships 2012 - now open

IWC Water Leader Scholarships 2012 - now open

Scholarships are now open to study the International
WaterCentre's Master of Integrated Water Management (Australia).

   - Full tuition scholarships - AU$41,520
   - Partial tuition scholarships
   - Open to international & domestic students
   - Applications close 1 August 2011
   - Program starts in February 2012 (The University of
Queensland, Brisbane)

New feature: the IWC has developed an online application form for your
Apply online for the scholarship:

The Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) program equips
students with the integration, leadership and managerial skills to become part of an elite group of water leaders with sustainable and holistic solutions to global water and climate change challenges. The program is taught by highly regarded academics and professionals in a range of disciplines from around the world and from leading Australian universities: The University of Queensland, Griffith University, Monash University and The University of Western Australia. Full-time and part-time/distance* study modes are available.

More information:

Watch video on YouTube:

View slide show:

Apply now for the program:

Call us: +61 7 3123 7766

Read our 'Questions' page:

* part-time/distance study mode available only to Australian/NZ
citizens and Australian permanent residents.

This email was sent by:
International WaterCentre (IWC)
ADDRESS: PO Box 10907, Adelaide St, Brisbane QLD 4000, Australia
PHONE: +61 7 3123 7766
FAX: +61 7 3103 4574

Thursday, May 5, 2011

PhD Research Project: Wind Risk Forecasting for Forest Investments, University of Edinburgh, UK

Dept/School/Faculty: School of GeoSciences
PhD Supervisor: Dr G Patenaude
Application Deadline: 03 June 2011
Funding Availability: Competition Funded PhD Project (UK Students Only)

This frontier and interdisciplinary project contributes to addressing a critical knowledge gap between forest loss risks and investor confidence. The studentship will improve understanding of forest-loss risks due to wind which underpin investor confidence in forest investments, including REDD+. The project represents a novel collaboration between University of Edinburgh (Patenaude), Forest Research (Gardiner, Perks) and ForestRe Ltd. (Cottle), and draws on expertise in business, insurance, risk assessment, forest management, modelling and earth observation. The proposed study area is in southern Brazil. The key focus will be on managing risk for institutional investment in carbon forestry, across 3 Forest Management Types (FMTs): commercial biomass, community managed woodfuel & Amazonian natural forest.

Funding and eligibility
• If you have or expect to receive a 2.1 degree or higher. If you have a 2.2 degree, but have also obtained a masters qualification, you are also eligible.
• Funding is available ONLY to UK citizens, and to EU citizens who have worked or studied in UK for previous 3 years.

Application deadline: Friday 3rd of June, at noon.

Application procedure, with contact details of first Supervisor
• Please submit your application online at the following link:

Link to project on our website: 

Funding Notes: Funding and eligibility
• If you have or expect to receive a 2.1 degree or higher. If you have a 2.2 degree, but have also obtained masters qualification, you are also eligible.
• Funding is available ONLY to UK citizens, and to EU citizens who have worked or studied in UK for previous 3 years. 

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

5 Fellowships of USD 15,000 available for Antarctic research - Last date 15th May!



Two leading Antarctic organisations announce today opportunities for early career researchers.  The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) and the Council of Managers of National Antarctic Programmes (COMNAP) are working together to attract talented researchers, engineers and other professionals to strengthen international capacity and cooperation.

The Fellowships are worth up to $US 15,000 each and up to five (4 SCAR and 1 COMNAP Fellowships) are on offer for 2011.

For the SCAR fellowships, the awardee should:

(1) Be PhD students or within 5 years of having completed a PhD on the day of the deadline for applications
(2) be from any country
(3) want to visit a SCAR member country's research facilities or Antarctic base
(3) work in ANY field of SCAR's Antarctic scientific interest, including Antarctic Climate change, Life Sciences, Geo Sciences, Physical Sciences.

Further details of both the SCAR and COMNAP fellowships and application packs are available at:

The deadline for applications is
15 May 2011.

The Einstein Fellowship 2011

The Einstein Fellowship 2011

The Einstein Forum and the Daimler and Benz Foundation are offering a fellowship for outstanding young thinkers who wish to pursue a project in a different field from that of their previous research. The purpose of the fellowship is to support those who, in addition to producing extraordinary work in their area of specialization, are also open to other, interdisciplinary approaches following the example set by Albert Einstein.

The fellowship includes living accommodations for five to six months in the gardener`s cottage of Einstein`s own summerhouse in Caputh, Brandenburg, only a short distance away from the universities and academic institutions of Potsdam and Berlin. The fellow will receive a stipend of EUR 10,000 and reimbursement of travel expenses. Candidates must be under 35 and hold a university degree in the humanities, in the social sciences, or in the natural sciences.

Applications for 2012 should include a CV, a two-page project proposal, and two letters of recommendation. All documents must be received by May 20, 2011. Please send applications to:

Prof. Dr. Susan Neiman
Einstein Forum
Am Neuen Markt 7
14467 Potsdam
Or email to: einsteinforum(at)
phone:             +49-(0)331-271780
fax: +49-(0)331-2717827
Prof. Dr. Susan Neiman
Einstein Forum
Am Neuen Markt 7
14467 Potsdam