- International Institute
for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA): Young Scientists Summer Program
- Annual program for advanced graduate students work for the summer
at IIASA headquarters near Vienna, Austria. Students work closely with
senior scientists on IIASA projects in one of three areas: natural
resources & environment; energy & technology; or population and
- FIELD OF STUDY:
- Economics, risk analysis, atmospheric and earth sciences, global
change studies, applied mathematics, statistics, systems analysis,
environmental policy, environmental engineering, forestry, remote
sensing, geography, physics, chemistry, ecology, international law,
energy studies, water resources, political science, and other fields
related to the projects.
- Graduate students, with preference given to applicants who have
completed the first year of study in a doctoral degree program.
Applicants from countries that have an IIASA National Member
Organization, and from countries that do not, are encouraged to apply
for participation in the program. An applicant's interests should
correspond with ongoing research at IIASA as described in the project
descriptions at the Web site www.iiasa.ac.at.
- The U.S. Committee provides airfare and a modest living allowance
for students from U.S. institutions who are selected to participate.
The 2004 program runs from May 31 to August 27.
- January 9
Further information and the application form are available at the Web
site. Contact person for U.S. Committee of IIASA: Margaret Goud
Collins, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 136 Irving Street,
Cambridge, MA 02138. Telephone: 617-576-5019. FAX: 617-576-5050.