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IIT Kanpur: Postdoc Fellowships Program

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK) is inviting online applications for Post-Doctoral Research Fellows with expertise in the below-mentioned field.

Qualifications / Requirements:

  1. The applicants must have completed their Ph.D. degree
  2. Have experience working in the field of application.

Type of appointment: The post is temporary, renewable for up to three years (maximum), and carries standard benefits applicable to IIT Kanpur PG students. 

Duration: This Postdoc Fellowship is offered for three years.

Department / Field of Research

  1. Aerospace Engineering
  2. Biological Sciences and Bioengineering
  3. Chemical Engineering
  4. Computer Science and Engineering
  5. Civil Engineering
  6. Electrical Engineering
  7. Earth Sciences
  8. Department of Design
  9. Humanities and Social Sciences
  10. Industrial and Management Engineering
  11. Nano Sciences
  12. Physics
  13. Materials Science and Engineering
  14. Materials Science Program
  15. Mechanical Engineering
  16. Mathematics and Statistics
  17. Photonics Science and Engineering
  18. Space Science and Astronomy
  19. Sustainable Energy Engineering

How to Apply:

The applications for the positions should be addressed to the heads of the respective Departments of sciences and engineering. In addition, an updated detailed CV should accompany the applications with the names and contact addresses (including e-mail addresses) of at least three referees and a proposed research plan at IIT Kanpur. 

Quick Overview

Type: Postdoctoral , Research Associate
Organization: India: IIT Kanpur
Location: India
Fellowship Amount: As per UGC norms
Eligibility: PhD
Other Info: Visit Website

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