The University of Groningen (The Netherlands) initiated the prestigious Rosalind Franklin Fellowship programme to promote the advancement of talented international researchers at the highest levels of the institution. The ambitious programme has been running since 2007 and has financed over 90 Fellows.
The Rosalind Franklin Fellowship programme is aimed at women in industry, academia or research institutes who have a PhD and would like a career as full professor in a European top research university. The Fellowship is only awarded to outstanding researchers. New Fellows are given:
- A tenure track position to work towards full professorship within a period of ten years;
- Budget for a PhD student to enable them to make a flying start.
our University and elsewhere.
The University of Groningen has 13 tenure track positions available in this programme, currently co-funded by the European Union.
Within these, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMNS) has five Rosalind Franklin Fellowships to offer, including positions on
- Fundamental Computer Science (Data Management, Theory of Computing, Algorithms, Networks, Security)
- Artificial Intelligence (logic, neuromorphic computing, cognitive modelling or robotics)
- Fundamental Mathematics (Algebra, Geometry, Analysis), Mathematical Data Analysis, Complex Systems
More information about the positions (including eligibility conditions and conditions of employment) is available on:
- The applicants guide:
- The Johann Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science: