ICTP Programme for Training and Research in Italian Laboratories

How to apply for a TRIL fellowship


The International Centre for Theoretical Physics, in the framework of a programme sponsored by the Italian Government and Italian Research Institutions, offers grants to scientists from Developing Countries, Central and Eastern Europe to carry out training and research in Italian universities, national and private research centres. The average length of a visit is 6 - 12 months.

Announcements for fellowships in the following fields were issued in 1996-2006:

Communication Physics and Technology
Semiconductor Physics and Technology
Advanced Methodologies in Earth and Environmental Sciences 1
Advanced Methodologies in Earth and Environmental Sciences 2
Optical Physics and Lasers
Advanced Technologies for the Environment - ANPA
Synchrotron Radiation - Sincrotrone Trieste
Medical Physics
OGS - Earth and Environmental Sciences
Weather Prediction
Magnetofluid Dynamics
Renewable Energies
Synchrotron Radiation
Renewable Energies
Physics applied to Neurobiology
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Science for Cultural Heritage

The following is a new announcement for fellowships:
 Earth and Environmental Sciences


The minimum amount of these grants will be Euro 1,300 per month. Limited funds for travel expenses will be available in case these are not covered by other sources. Health insurance coverage will be provided for visitors and their accompanying family members. A monthly family allowance for those having dependant family members will be granted.

Applicants should write to:
Strada Costiera 11- 34100 TRIESTE - ITALY
telefax 040/2240558 - telephone 040/2240553-556
e-mail: itlabs@ictp.trieste.it


- Completing and returning the attached Application Form (Text) or Application Form (Encapsulated PostScript - Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5, Page 6), Request for Participation Form (PostScript - Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5, Page 6) in duplicate copy, providing all the documents requested and any additional information they deem relevant;

- Giving a priority list of the laboratories in which they are interested;

- Giving indicative preferred dates of their visit.


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