2020 GLAM Postdoctoral Fellowship Competition
The 2020 GLAM Postdoctoral Fellowship program is now open to receive applications. This annual program is aimed at recruiting young scientists of exceptional ability to work in the Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials at Stanford University. New Fellows are selected each year based on a competition.
We seek early‐career scientists of exceptional ability who will flourish in, and contribute to, the highly interactive and collaborative materials research environment of GLAM. The appointment includes 2 years of support with a competitive salary and benefits, and $5,000 in discretionary funds to cover research and/or travel expenses. The competition is open to both theorists and experimentalists.
Candidates are asked to submit online a curriculum vitae including publication list, and a two page research statement that details proposed research and possible collaborations within GLAM. Candidates are also required to identify one or more host faculty within GLAM, with whom they have discussed their proposed research and who will be asked to submit a nomination letter on their behalf. GLAM faculty are encouraged to nominate only one applicant. Candidates should also arrange to have two letters of reference submitted online. More details, including the application schedule and a list of frequently asked questions, is available on the GLAM webpage (https://glam.stanford.edu/glam‐fellowships). For administrative queries, please contact Cynthia Sanchez (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The deadline for applications for the 2020‐2022 competition will be 12:00noon PST on Thursday, October 31st. We expect to be able to make offers to successful candidates in early December. Appointments are expected to begin during the period June – Dec, 2020.
Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.