The Dahlquist Research Fellowship
The Dahlquist Research Fellowship means that a researcher is able to get funding for full-time research in the field of Numerical Analysis at KTH.
The recipient is encouraged to devote his / her own research interests and is provided with a workplace at the Department of Mathematics at KTH during the period.
The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) announces the Dahlquist Research Fellowship, named in honor of professor Germund Dahlquist, the pioneer in numerical analysis at KTH, Stockholm.
The fellowship shall be awarded to a young promising numerical analyst, who:
• is no more than 40 years of age
• has a PhD dissertation more recent than 5 years
• speaks English
The award will be for full time research at KTH in numerical analysis and will carry special recognition at the School of Engineering Sciences. The recipient is encouraged to pursue her or his own research interests. The Fellow is provided with office and computer facilities within the department of Mathematics at KTH throughout the award period. The award period is two years.
The call is currently open. Application deadline is 11th of January 2019.
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The Committee members are appointed by the Chair of the Mathematics Department in agreement with the CEO of Comsol AB
The current members:
Ingrid Melinder, Chair of the Committee
Anna-Karin Tornberg, Professor and Head of Numerical Analysis Unit
Björn Engquist, Professor, Comsol AB Board member
Bertil Gustavsson, Professor em, Comsol AB Board member
To help with the process of selecting future recipients, the board encourages you to submit an application or a nomination for this fellowship.
This fellowship is financed by Comsol AB and KTH.
Germund Dahlquist, founder of NADA, worked as professor in Numerical Analysis at KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) and SU (Stockholm University) in 1963-1990, and as a guest professor att Stanford University in 1982-1986. He was one of the true Swedish pioneers in Computer Science.
The Dahlquist Research Fellowship was during the period 2007 - 2012 managed by the School of Computer Science and Communication at KTH and has since moved to the School of Engineering Sciences.