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STOA Fellowships to individual researchers (European Parliament)

The Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) unit of the European Parliament calls for tenders from individuals wishing to be selected for contracts (STOA Fellowships) to supply expert research services in connection with projects adopted by STOA in its 1991 Workplan. ...

The Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) unit of the European Parliament calls for tenders from individuals wishing to be selected for contracts (STOA Fellowships) to supply expert research services in connection with projects adopted by STOA in its 1991 Workplan. Expressions of interest are also invited for future reference in respect of the 1992 Workplan, which has not yet been adopted. Individuals wishing to be selected for a STOA Fellowship, which is a fixed-term contract of six months duration for the supply of expert research services at one of the places of work of the EP (Luxembourg, Strasbourg, Brussels), should be holders of a Ph.D. or equivalent. Qualifications and experience should be in the natural sciences, engineering or closely related disciplines. Researchers with a CV appropriate to a professorial position may be designated Senior Fellows. Applications for Visiting Fellowships (unremunerated) will also be considered. Topics in the 1991 Workplan are: Vaccination and public health; biotechnology in agriculture in developing countries; energy and environment; hazardous waste management and prevention; R&D in Central and Eastern Europe; forest fires; industrial policy and technological innovation in the European Community; commitology in EC decision-making on science and technology; regional impact of Community R&D policy on European industrial competitivity; technology for the disabled.Persons interested in either the Call for Tenders or the Call for Expressions of Interest should write immediately for details of the procedure to: Mr. Robert RAMSAY Director-General for Research European Parliament L-2929 Luxembourg