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The third call for applications to the EUTOPIA Science and Innovation FellowshipLink opens in a new window scheme opened on 15th September 2022 with a deadline of 15th December 2022.
The Fellowships provide two years of funding for early career researchers to undertake a significant piece of independent research as a step towards establishing a permanent academic career. Fellows will be based at Warwick but will be able to strengthen their research by undertaking secondments at other EUTOPIA-SIF institutions and external partners.
The IAS at Warwick will offer up to six fellowships in the third call. Fellows will be hosted by the IAS but, to support their research, they will be based in an academic department or centres at Warwick under the guidance of an academic mentor.
Applications are welcome from any subject area or discipline but are expected to show a link to one of the five EUTOPIA SIF key research areas:
Data & Intelligence;
Welfare & Inclusion.
Successful applicants will start in September 2023 and join a community of fellows across the EUTOPIA Alliance fellows to develop their independent research profiles and undertake training to help establish an academic career.
Further information and an FAQs are available on the IAS WebsiteLink opens in a new window.
Researchers can register their interest to attend training on Responsible Research and Innovation, delivered by ORBIT (the Observatory for Responsible Research and Innovation in ICT). The Foundation in RRI course covers the foundational elements of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) including an introduction to the AREA Framework and the 4Ps of application.
Responsible innovation is a process that takes the wider impacts of research and innovation into account. It aims to ensure that unintended negative impacts are avoided, that barriers to dissemination, adoption and diffusion of research and innovation are reduced, and that the positive societal and economic benefits of research and innovation are fully realised.
The form to register interest is available here: https://warwick.ac.uk/services/ris/impactinnovation/responsible_innovation/orbit_training/.
We will contact everyone who has expressed an interest when a date becomes available.