Tampere Institute for Advanced Study
Tampere University launched a new multidisciplinary research collegium, the Tampere Institute for Advanced Study, in 2021.
For more extensive information, please go to the Tampere IAS website.
The Institute is an integral part of the University’s new research architecture and supports the University’s strategy and research strategy of the Tampere university community.
Fellowships at the Tampere IAS offer researchers a unique opportunity to pursue curiosity-driven research in an inspiring international and multidisciplinary research environment. In its Call for Applications 2024, available are nine two-year Postdoctoral Fellowships and six three-year Senior Research Fellowships in the focus areas of Tampere University.
The 2024 Call for Applications is now open- Application deadline: 4 March 2024
The Tampere IAS announces nine (9) two-year Postdoctoral Research Fellowships and six (6) three-year Senior Research Fellowships for researchers in any of the focus areas of technology, health and society.
The selection decisions are expected to be finalised in mid-May. The positions will be filled as of 1 September 2024.
The Tampere IAS Call for Applications is annual. To apply for the Fellowships now, please go to Open positions at Tampere University on 5 February- 4 March 2024 for the job postings 2024.
The Tampere Institute for Advanced Study gives the top-level and the most promising researchers from all over the world opportunities to conduct research of the highest scientific quality in an active, inspiring and effective research environment.
The Tampere Institute for Advanced Study provides the University with added value by
- supporting pursuance of scientific excellence,
- giving the most competitive researchers an opportunity to take their research to the next level, and
- challenging the entire Tampere University to pursue scientifically ever more ambitious research.
Tampere University was launched on 1 January 2019 when two Tampere universities, the University of Tampere and the Tampere University of Technology, merged.
The new University, Finland's second largest university, is highly multidisciplinary, and its focus areas defined by its strategy are technology, health and society.