Marie Curie Fellowship opportunities
The Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at Delft University of Technology will accept ‘Expressions of Interest’ for hosting Marie Curie Individual Fellows. Excellent postdocs and recent PhD graduates who would like to apply 2020 programme are invited to join the excellent research environment at our faculty.
With an EU-funded Marie Skłodowska Curie European Fellowship, researchers could spend 1-2 years at one of the BK research groups. The faculty offers candidates an excellent research environment and access to novel research facilities. TU Delft Library provides a digital repository that allows staff members to store and access research output as open access. Selected candidates will receive support from our faculty to write a successful proposal for the MSCA-IF-2020 call (deadline 9 September 2020).
Delft University of Technology is the oldest, largest and most comprehensive university of technology in the Netherlands. TU Delft ranks 50 on the 2020 QS World University Rankings and 67 on the 2020 THE World Rankings list, and has been awarded the HR Excellence in Research logo. The Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment is one of the largest architecture faculties in Europe and a leading design academy, playing a key role in design-oriented research. The faculty ranked 2nd in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020 (Architecture / Built Environment). The faculty has a strong focus on 'design-oriented research’, combining a robust research profile with passion and creativity. We are working on improving the built environment with the help of a broad set of disciplines, including architectural design, urban planning, building technology, social sciences, process management, and geo-information science.
More information on our research programme, and fields of expertise of our supervisors, can be found here.
Please find a full overview of the formal aspects here. Please mail applications with expression of interest to email@example.com before 20 June 2020, including a research proposal for MSCA-IF-2020 and a recent CV (max. 3 pages).