For visiting scholars

The EACH visiting scholarship was an excellent opportunity for me, a researcher who has professional knowledge, to derive pleasure from communicating it to students as well. At the University of Tartu, I established good relations with the faculty staff, and highly-motivated and responsive students, which was a really rewarding experience for me. Dr. Rouvim Kadis (D. I. Mendeleyev Institute for Metrology, St. Petersburg)

The EACH visiting scholarship was an excellent opportunity for me, a researcher who has professional knowledge, to derive pleasure from communicating it to students as well. At the University of Tartu, I established good relations with the faculty staff, and highly-motivated and responsive students, which was a really rewarding experience for me.
Dr. Rouvim Kadis (D. I. Mendeleyev Institute for Metrology, St. Petersburg)

Scholars of e.g. the following research areas are very welcome to apply (non-exhaustive list):

  • New and emerging directions and developments in analytical chemistry
  • analytical chemistry and metrology in chemistry
  • guideline materials on QA in analytical chemistry
  • metrological and quality aspects of analytical chemistry
  • food analysis and nutrition, QA in food analysis
  • environmental analysis, e.g. with atomic mass spectrometry, isotope methods
  • occupational analysis
  • forensic analysis
  • sensors
  • automated analysis and process control

Criteria and conditions

The visiting scholar positions are competition-based. The visiting scholars are first of all expected to be outstanding experts in their respective field. In addition, a good command of English is required since the language of instruction in the EACH programme is English. Good teaching abilities are also needed, as the visiting scholar is expected to teach short (4 days to couple of weeks) course(s) in his/her field of competence. The courses can contain lectures, seminars, practicals, etc – the scholars are offered as much freedom as possible in designing their courses.

The travel and accommodation costs of the visiting scholar will be covered by the consortium and modest salary will be paid.

Applicationa

The application submission system is constantly open, with cut-off dates May 31, Aug 31 and Dec 31. Decisions are made after each cut-off date. Important: if you wish to teach in autumn, please submit your application as latest by Aug 31 of the respective year. If you wish to teach in spring, please submit your application as latest by Dec 31 of the previous year.

The following documents are required for application:

  1. application form filled in online;
  2. CV (uploaded in the application form);
  3. description of the teaching activities that the applicant plans to carry out during the mobility period (uploaded in the application form).

a Please consult the EACEA’s Provisions for the processing of personal data (also found in the footer of each page of the EACH website). EACEA may use the data for the purposes of evaluating the programmes, efficiently manage the projects, and producing statistics.

 

Applications will be evaluated by the EACH programme’s Academic Board and applicants will be contacted for further information, if necessary. Thereafter the logistical and financial aspects of the stay (incl the salary) will be negotiated with successful applicants.

 

Previous visiting scholars

Name

Institution
(Country)

Time

Courses/Sessions

Narendra Nath Ghosh

BITS Pilani (India)

Sept-Oct 2018

Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology and their Applications in Analytical Chemistry

David Thompson

Keele University (UK)

May 2018

Introduction to Forensic Analysis

Teemu Näykki

SYKE (Finland)

May 2018

Using sensors in environmental measurements

Reiner Salzer

Dresden University of
Technology (Germany)

May 2018

Sessions on
employability, CV and motivation letter

Rouvim Kadis

VNIIM (Russia)

Mar-May 2018

Introduction to Electroanalysis

Todd Pagano

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), USA

Nov-Dec 2017

Principles and applications of fluorescence spectroscopy

Dermot Diamond

Dublin City University (Ireland)

May 2017

Are Bioinspired Fluidic Systems the Key to Revolutionary Advances in Bio/Chemical Sensing?

Manuel Miró-Llado

University of the Balearic Islands (Spain)

May 2017

Environmental Analytical Chemistry

Reiner Salzer

Dresden University of
Technology (Germany)

May 2017

Sessions on
employability, CV and motivation letter

Rouvim Kadis

VNIIM (Russia)

Mar-May 2017

Introduction to Electroanalysis

Amer al Malahmeh

Wageningen university
(Netherlands)

Mar 2017

Food Risk Assessment

Franck Baco-Antoniali

Axel’One
(France)

Winter School 2017

Industrial analysis
and process control

Nils Magnus Palmblad

Leiden University
(Germany)

Winter School 2017

Different topics in chemical informatics

Todd Pagano

Rochester Institute of Technology
(USA)

Winter School 2017

Applications and Theory of Fluorescence Spectroscopy in Analytical Chemistry

Gordon Driver

Umeå University
(Sweden)

Oct 2016

Green Chemistry and
Sustainability: A Critical View

Halan Prakash

BITS Pilani (India)

Oct 2016

Analytical Methods in
Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) based Water Treatment

Rouvim Kadis

VNIIM (Russia)

Mar-May 2016

Introduction to Electroanalysis

Teemu Näykki

SYKE (Finland)

May 2016

Metrological Aspects
and Best Practices for Reliable in situ Chemical Measurements in Water
Environment

Melaz Tayakout

UCBL (France)

Mar-Apr 2016

Fundamentals of
Thermodynamic Applied to Processes

Franck Baco-Antoniali

IDEEL (France)

Winter school 2016

Industrial analysis
and process control

Reiner Salzer

Dresden University of
Technology (Germany)

Winter school 2016

Sessions on
employability, CV and motivation letter

 

 

Last modified: October 31, 2018