European forum of the software research community - Open Call for Fellowship Applications

European forum of the software research community - Open Call for Fellowship Applications

21Jul2022

The SWForum.eu Open Call for Fellowship Applications is now open!

SWForum.eu, a CSA supported under European Commission’s Cloud and Software (Unit E.2) of Shaping Europe’s digital future, looking to give out up to 10 grants to qualified graduate students, researchers, and practitioners in computer science, software engineering, or a related area, to write blogs for the SWForum.eu website. Recipients will to write about topics such as AI, Green Computing, Cybersecurity, Open Source, and more.

Recipients will receive 30€/hr to contribute 10 stimulating, informative, and opinionated blog posts on our online forum, at a rate of once a fortnight. The total grant is worth €1200 per recipient.

This is your opportunity to inform the community and express your opinions on some of the most important challenges in software technologies today!

Submission Procedure

Applications in this Open Call are being accepted through 31 July 2022. Please use the application form to submit the following.

  • A brief Curriculum Vitae (one to two pages) describing your background and areas of interest.
  • An example of your writing. This may be a reference or link to a post you have previously written, or alternatively a brief (approximately half-page) sample blog post written for your application that allows us to see your writing style and interests.

Your application will be evaluated by our committee by 15 August 2022. The reference period of activity is September 2022 through March 2023.

APPLY HERE

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Publication date: 21Jul2022

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