Tallinn University of Technology, Stanford University Libraries and Kistler-Ritso Foundation invite Estonian Researchers to apply for the Research Fellowship at Stanford University.
The Global Digital Governance Fellowship at Stanford University intends to offer Estonian Researchers the opportunity to make use of Stanford’s academic knowledge, networks, and collections related to the study of information and communications technology (ICT), digital society and economy, cyber security, and smart governance, also to enhance Estonian scholars’ ability to share their knowledge of and experience in issues related to cyber security, e-governance, and trust and technology with the global research community at Stanford University.
The fellowship would be hosted by SUL’s Baltic Studies Program. Stanford Program on Geopolitics, Technology and Governance (GTG), which is situated in the Cyber Policy Center (CPC) at the Freeman-Spogli Institute, is also prepared to organize at least one lecture or seminar by the fellow during the fellowship and including them in GTG’s activities, events, and networks. The fellow would have the opportunity to engage in the scholarly and research activities and rich intellectual life of Stanford University, including CPC’s other programs on ICT, social media, and digital policy, Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (on AI-related topics), and Department of Electrical Engineering and Department of Computer Science (on hardware security related topics).
In short: Time period is 2-6 month during 2022; grant sum is up to 50.000 USD; application deadline is 10 November 2021.
More information is available on the intranet (in Estonian) - the organization and statute of the 2022 competition determine the exact conditions and requirements for participation.
Contact in TalTech: Ülle Vaht, email@example.com
Information in the web of Stanford University.