are invited for Postdoctoral Fellowship positions. The Fields
Institute's Postdoctoral Fellowships provide for a period
of research activity at the Institute and participation in
our programs. They require no teaching, but Fellows may teach
at most course per semester at a partner university for an
additional stipend. We currently offer four kinds of Postdoctoral
Fields Institute is committed to diversity and welcomes applications
from women, members of First Nations or visible minorities,
persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups,
and others who may contribute to the diversity of ideas. If
you would like to apply for a Postdoctoral Fellowhsip for
Thematic Programs please use one of the links below and indicate
the program on your cover sheet.
Fields Postdoctoral Fellowships
Six-month Fields Postdoctoral Fellowships with a stipend of
$20,000. These Fellowships are awarded for participation in
one of our Major Thematic Programs, and there are typically
six or seven for each program. They may be offered in conjunction
with an Affiliate
or Principal Sponsoring university, through which a further
period of support may be possible. Please indicate on the
cover sheet of your application the program in which you are
interested, and include the names of faculty members at partner
universities who may be appropriate as supervisors. (You are
encouraged to apply directly to these other institutions as
well. If you do not wish your application to be shared with
a partner university, please note this in your letter of application.)
Jerrold E. Marsden Postdoctoral Fellowships
One of the six-month Postdoctoral Fellows associated to each
of our Major Thematic Programs will be awarded the Institute's
prestigious Jerrold E. Marsden Postdoctoral Fellowship. This
Fellowship provides a stipend of $25,000 plus a $1000 research
grant to be used during the tenure of the award. Conditions
are otherwise as in 2 above.
seeking postdoctoral fellowships funded by other agencies
(such as NSERC or international fellowships) are encouraged
to request the Fields Institute as their proposed location
of tenure, and should apply to the Institute for a letter
Marsden Postdoctoral Fellows
Fields-Ontario Postdoctoral Fellowships (FOPDFs).
FOPDFs are two-year fellowships with a stipend of $50,000
per year. Either four or five FOPDFs are awarded each year.
These prestigious Fellowships involve a six-month semester
at the Fields Institute for participation in one of our Major
Thematic Programs, and eighteen months (before or after the
Program) at one or more of our Principal Sponsoring Universities
(PSUs). An FOPDF may be renewable for a third year. An FOPDF
has no teaching requirement, but fellows are permitted to
teach a single one-semester course per year for an extra stipend.
Please indicate on the cover sheet of your application the program in
which you are interested, and include the names of faculty members at
PSUs who may be appropriate as supervisors. The Fields
PSUs are: Carleton University, McMaster University, the University
of Ottawa, Queen's University, the University of Toronto, the University
of Waterloo, the University of Western Ontario, and York University.
Fields-Ontario Postdoctoral Fellows
Fields-Perimeter Africa Postdoctoral Fellowship
The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences and Perimeter
Institute for Theoretical Physics invite applications for a new one-year
joint postdoctoral fellowship.
This fellowship is a unique position intended for new and recent
PhDs who are African Nationals working in the areas of mathematical
sciences or fundamental theoretical physics. While research interests
for the selected fellow may dictate either Perimeter or Fields as a
home institute, they will be encouraged to spend time at both institutes.
We welcome candidates to apply before January 11, 2016 however
applications will be considered until this position is filled.
Fellowship Positions accepting applications
Eligibility: Qualified candidates who will have
a recent PhD (awarded normally not more than five
years before tenure of the Fellowship) are encouraged
Thematic Program on Combinatorial
Applications are invited for
postdoctoral fellowship positions with the Thematic
Program in Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry taking place
at the Fields Institute July -December, 2016. The fellowships
provide for a period of engagement in research and participation
in the activities of the Institute. They may be offered
in conjunction with partner universities, through which
a further period of support may be possible.
There may also be a number of two year positions available
connected to the Fields-Ontario fellowship. These fellowships
involve a semester at Fields and 3 semesters at one
of Fields' Principal Sponsoring Universities (PSU).
Qualified candidates who will have a recent PhD in the area
of the Program or a related area of the mathematical sciences
are encouraged to apply. Deadline to apply is December 1, 2015.
Fellowship positions are conditional on funding for the Program.
Late applications will also be accepted until the positions
for the Postdoctoral
Fellowship with the Thematic Program on Combinatorial
Africa Postdoctoral Fellowship
about the Program
The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences and
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics are inviting applications
from African Nationals for a one-year Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship.
deadline for applications to the 2016 Fields-Perimeter Africa
Postdoctoral Fellowship will be January 11, 2016. Applications
will be considered until this position is filled.
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