Fellows and Affiliates

Fellows

Carlo Alberto Fellows are senior distinguished scholars in the social sciences who contribute to the research environment in the Collegio, by actively participating to its scientific life as well as by putting effort into the growth of the Collegio’s status within the international research community. Fellows are scholars residing in the Torino area who agree to spend at least 70 working days per year at the Collegio. They work in a private office equipped with standard research equipment and software. They are part of the resident research community of the Collegio and participate to its faculty meetings. The Fellows work closely with the Chief Scientist who coordinates all scientific activities. They receive a yearly research allowance and are entitled to participate as principal investigators in the Carlo Alberto Research Grants, as well as in its Research Incentives initiative.

In terms of scientific achievement, fellows are scholars that would obtain a tenured position in one of the top 15 European Universities. They must be fluent in English.

If you satisfy the above requirements and wish to be considered for a Carlo Alberto Fellow position, please contact Dino Gerardi, Chief Scientist (dino.gerardi@carloalberto.org) by December 31st, 2015.

Affiliates

Carlo Alberto Affiliates are junior scholars in the social sciences who contribute to the research environment in the Collegio, by actively participating to its scientific life as well as by putting effort into the growth of the Collegio’s status within the international research community. Affiliates are scholars residing in the Torino area who agree to spend at least 70 working days per year at the Collegio. They receive an office space at the Collegio equipped with standard research software and equipment. They are part of the resident research community of the Collegio and participate to its faculty meetings. The Affiliates work closely with the Chief Scientist who coordinates all scientific activities. They receive a yearly research allowance and are entitled to participate as principal investigators in the Carlo Alberto Research Grants, as well as in its Research Incentives initiative. They are appointed for renewable four-year terms.

In terms of scientific achievement, affiliates are scholars who have completed their Ph.D. and have either a track record or a promising outlook of research publications. They must be fluent in English.

If you satisfy the above requirements and wish to be considered for a Carlo Alberto Fellow position, please contact Dino Gerardi, Chief Scientist (dino.gerardi@carloalberto.org) by December 31st, 2015.