Call for Statistics Mobility Fellowships

Deadline: 09/03/2006
January 16, 2006

The Mathematical Sciences Programmes are offering Statistical Mobility Fellowships to enable researchers without a permanent position and from a non-statistics background to move into statistics within 10 years of completing their PhD. The fellowship will be for 3 years with the expectation that in the first year the fellow will familiarise him/herself with the necessary statistical training while the second and third year will be spent carrying out research involving substantial innovation in statistical theory or methodology.

Details here
Contact: Anne Farrow

Polaris House,
North Star Avenue,
SN2 1ET.
Telephone: 01793 44 4110
Fax: 01793 444547

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