Support of Postdoctoral Research
Support of Perspective Human Resources – Postdoctoral Research at the Insitutes of Czech Academy of Sciences
Applicants must have obtained a PhD degree in the past 2 years (before the beginning of the scholarship) with the exception of time spent on maternal / parental leave. Also time spent on a long term scholarship outside of the Czech Republic isn´t included. However, the maximal time between obtaining PhD and applying for the PostDoc-Scholarship mustn´t exceed 4 years.
Applications can be submitted twice a year, until 30 April and 30 September anually, applications for the IAH CAS are due to a month earlier. All the actual deadlines are posted on the websites of the IAH CAS.
Successful applicants have to be approved by the Academy of Sciences which is responsible for the financial support of the applicants. The support usually applies for a year, but no more than two years.
Application must contain:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Letter of motivation
- Proof of the PhD degree
- List of publications
- Description of the research project including the time schedule (the duration can be one or two yars)
Within the programme following projects are supported at the IAH CAS:
- Tomáš Murár
- project: Vienna School of Art History and the art of Michelangelo Buonarroti: Max Dvořák and his pupils Jaromír Pečírka, Charles de Tolnay, Hans Sedlmayr, 2020–2021.
- Ondřej Hojda
- project: Ósaka 1970: architecture, environment and media. World's Exhibition as a crossroads of Czechoslovak and world architecture, 2019–2021.
- Fedora Parkmann
- project: A Transnational Perspective on Czech Social Photography: a Case Study of Czech Exhibitions from 1933 to 1934 between Germany, France and the USSR, 2019–2020
- Martina Hrabová
- In the backstage of the atelier: the new findings about the organisation of Le Corbusier's work, 2017–2019
- Daniela Štěrbová
- Teaching the Architecture on the Treshold of Late Baroque Period: Johann Ferdinand Schor and His Role in Forming a New Style, 2017–2018
- Eva Janáčová
- Visual History of Zionism in Bohemia and Moravia, 2016–2017
- Francesco Lovino
- The Heritage of Nikodim P. Kondakov in the Experiences of André Grabar and the Seminarium Kondakovianum, 2015–2016
Ivan Foletti - Francesco Lovino (edd.), Orient oder Rom? History and Reception of a Historiographical Myth (1901–1970), Roma: Viella, 2018
Francesco Lovino: Leafing through Seminarium Kondakovianum, I. Studies on Byzantine Illumination, Convivium: exchanges and interactions in the arts of medieval Europe, Byzantium and the Mediterranean. Vol. 3, No. 1 (2016), pp. 206-213. ISSN 2336-3452
Francesco Lovino: Southern Caucasus in Perspective. The scholarly debate through the pages of Seminarium Kondakovianum and Skythika (1927–1938), Convivium: exchanges and interactions in the arts of medieval Europe, Byzantium and the Mediterranean. Supplementum (2016), pp. 36-51. ISSN 2336-3452
Francesco Lovino: Communism vs. Seminarium Kondakovianum, Convivium: exchanges and interactions in the arts of medieval Europe, Byzantium and the Mediterranean. Vol. 4, No. 1 (2017), pp. 142-157. ISSN 2336-3452
- Martina Šárovcová
- Illuminated Liturgical Manuscripts from the 16th–18th centuries in Bohemia and Moravia as A Cultural-Historical Phenomenon, 2014–2016
- Klára Mezihoráková
- Sacred Architecture of Těšín District Demonstrated on the Selected Localities, 2013–2015