The University and the Town Council of Salamanca working together to attract talent

The two institutions set up a program aimed at helping young researchers become group leaders.

The University of Salamanca and the Salamanca Town Council have jointly made a call for the program “Attracting Scientific Talent”. This call is aimed at young researchers (Principal Investigators) who wish to join the area of Research and Development of Salamanca and to lead research groups to establish new lines of research in the areas proposed.

This program intends to attract, retain and support scientific talent in the city of Salamanca under the sole criterion of scientific excellence. The project will award a maximum amount of 510,000 euros for a duration of three years, and is open to researchers of any nationality.

Candidates must meet certain requirements such as having obtained a doctoral degree at least three years prior to the call. They should be young researchers with a promising track record, which includes achievements related to their research field and level of study. This includes outstanding publications (as the main author) in scientific, multidisciplinary and international journals, or in international journals of their respective fields of research. They should also provide a list of written and oral presentations given at renowned international congresses, scholarships obtained, prizes, awards, etc.

Information on the call 

Juan Manuel Corchado

Full Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of Salamanca, Spain.


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