Entrance examinations for the Postgraduate Program
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IMS/FORTH is co-organizing the international conference "The Economic and Social Development of the Port-Cities of the Western Black Sea Coast, Late 18th - Beginning of the 20th century" taking place in Constanta Romania on 27 May - June 1, which is being under the framework of the Thales Project "The Black Sea and its port-cities, 18th-20th c. Development, convergence and linkages with the global economy" (A collaboration between the Ionian University and the IMS/FORTH)Read more
The results of the evaluations for the following posts have been announced.
The evaluation committee for the positions of one post-doc researcher and one PhD student for the project "OTTPOL - A history of early modern Ottoman political thought, 15th to early 19th centuries", which is implemented under the "Aristeia II" Action of the 2007-2013 Greek National Strategic Reference Framework (Operational Programme "Education and Lifelong Learning"), co-funded by the EU (European Social Fund) and national resources, examined the applications on March 7, 2014. After considering the qualifications of the applicants, the committee decided that the most suitable applicant according to the criteria of the call is Ms Ekin Tuşalp Atıyas for the position of the post-doctoral researcher and Ms Marina Demetriadou for the position of the PhD student.
The first REmote Sensing Technologies in Cultural Heritage Workshop (RESTeCH I) is organized by the Laboratory of Geophysical-Satellite Remote Sensing & Archaeoenvironment (GeoSat ReSearch) and is going to be held at the Institute for Mediterranean Studies (IMS) at Rethymno on February 17th-28th 2014.Read more
The Institute for Mediterranean Studies - Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas (IMS-FORTH) (Rethymno, Greece) announces a Post-Doctoral scholarship for a scholar to participate in the implementation of the project 'OTTPOL - A History of Early Modern Ottoman Political Thought, 15th to Early 19th Centuries', which is implemented under the "Aristeia II" Action (NSRF 2007-2013), for a total duration of up to 16 months (end of term: July 2015). The post-doctoral fellow must be specialized in Ottoman history and experienced in archival research and Ottoman palaeography.
Application materials must be submitted to the Principal Investigator of the project, Dr Marinos Sariyannis, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 3rd, 2014. Please submit curriculum vitae, a copy of your PhD, a one-page description of your specialization and your potential research plan in the general framework of the project, and contact information of one or more referees.Read more