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Nanyang-DSO Post Doctoral (NDPD) Fellowship

Introduction
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) invites outstanding researchers with a PhD degree in science and technology to apply for the prestigious Nanyang-DSO Post-Doctoral Fellowship (NDPD) awards.

Key Features

The NDPD scheme provides selected young and promising scientists to conduct and lead research that is relevant to defence in Singapore/NTU. It offers:

  • Independence to pursue a research career in Singapore

  • A 2-year flexible research grant of up to S$1 million that commensurate with the scope of work

  • Possible conversion to tenure-track appointment at the end of the NDPD.

    • Tenure-track position will be offered with the NDPD award if the candidate meets the

      required criteria for tenure track appointment by the university. Please check the relevant

      box in the research application form for the type of position you’re applying for.

  • Attractive and competitive remuneration

Research Areas
The NDPD fellow may conduct research at Temasek Laboratories or other research entity at NTU.

The research areas for NDPD 2015 are provided below:

Candidates with relevant post-doctoral experience in the above research areas and are prepared to lead a research project as Principal Investigator are encouraged to apply.

 

Eligibility
Outstanding scientists and researchers in the relevant discipline of science or technology from a reputable university are eligible to apply for the NDPD. Candidate must possess a Ph.D degree AND postdoctoral working experience. Ph.D degree must have been conferred at the point of the submission of application.

Research project proposals which are already funded by other agencies or being considered for funding by other agencies are not eligible for funding under the NDPD Scheme. The NDPD fellow shall not apply for other funding support, unless approval has been given by the NDPD funding agency.

Application Period
The NDPD grant call will be open from 1 July 2016 to 23 September 2016.

Application and Deadline details
Please complete the forms included in the application package and provide the required documents in the relevant order.

All documents must be provided in English and submitted in the Word format unless stated otherwise. All translated documents will need to be duly certified.

Required documents:

 

1.

NDPD personal particulars form

 

2.

Detailed curriculum vitae containing the following information:

  • H-index

  • number of citations

  • all publications (indicate impact factor where possible)

  • number of Masters/ PhD students supervised

 

3.

Certificates – Basic and post graduate qualifications including detailed transcripts of grades/ scores (PDF format)

 

4.

At least 3 recent international referee reports (Word or PDF format). Referee reports must be emailed directly to rso-trf@ntu.edu.sg with the candidate name noted in the subject field

5.

NDPD research application form

 

Do utilise the checklist provided to ensure all required documents have been submitted.

Incomplete submissions will not be accepted.

Applications must be received by 23 Sept 2016, 12 noon (Singapore time).

Submission should be sent to:

Email    : rso-trf@ntu.edu.sg
Attn       : Dr. Keg Peisi

Review Process
Applicants will be shortlisted by a NDPD Review Panel.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to Singapore in Feb/March 2017 to present their research plans, meet local researchers and identify potential collaborators.

Shortlisted applicants from outside Singapore will receive an allowance to cover travel and accommodation expenses.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

General enquiries
Please contact us at:
Email :         rso-trf@ntu.edu.sg
Tel     :         +65 6790 5637
Fax    :         +65 6791 2397