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Earth Sciences (mineralogy, geology, geochemistry)
MSc/PhD or Postdoctoral Research
Dr. Eduard Gubelin Association
International Students in Switzerland
The Dr. Eduard Gubelin Association for Research and Identification of Precious Stones a not-for-profit entity of the Gubelin Group is offering research scholarship for MSc/PhD students or postdoctoral researchers. Applications are welcome from eligible individuals of any nationality. This is an annual grant to be allocated to an innovative research project in the field of gemology. The scholarship will be granted once a year to a scientist for a proposed research project. Depending on the type of project, the research might involve collaboration with the Gubelin Gem Lab. This could entail the use of its assets, resources and knowledge database, including access to analytical equipment and samples from the Gubelin Reference Collection, as well as support and collaboration with its research staff.
Scholarship is awarded in the fields of earth sciences (mineralogy, geology, geochemistry), crystallography, chemistry, solid-state physics, material sciences, archaeology, biology, and related fields.
-The minimum requirement for applicants is a BSc degree in earth sciences, chemistry, physics, material sciences, or another exact science.
-The successful recipient of the grant, i.e. the applicant, must be a person, not an institution or company.
-Applicants are encouraged to submit project proposals that involve collaboration with a university or another research institute.
-Applicants may be no more than 40 years of age.
-Applications are welcome from eligible individuals of any nationality.
What does it cover?
The overall annual value of the scholarship is USD 30,000
Applicants meeting the requirements set out in this document are invited to submit their research project proposal. Proposals must be submitted using the relevant form on the Gubelin Gem Lab website. In addition to submitting their research project proposal, applicants are required to provide details of their previous scientific achievements as well as their curriculum vitae.
The Association checks the incoming project proposals for compliance with the administrative requirements, as well as for suitability in terms of scientific relevance and potential. The Association may contact applicants to clarify any issues regarding their application. Following these initial checks, the Association establishes a shortlist of suitable proposals, based on their relevance and potential. The short listed proposals are then forwarded to the members of the Scientific Committee, who will assess the proposals and select the project they consider is best qualified to receive the scholarship. The proposal receiving the highest number of votes by the members of the committee will earn the scholarship.
For further details refer www.gubelingemlab.ch/
Dr. Eduard Gubelin Association
for Research & Identification
of Precious Stones
Phone: +41 41 429 17 17
Fax: +41 41 429 17 34
Email: Contact Now
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