Short visiting fellowships at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics (INCET) at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków welcomes applications for short (no longer than about two weeks) visiting fellowships for the years 2022 and 2023. Submissions from Ukrainian scholars are especially welcome (also for longer stays). We particularly support applications from scholars who plan to come to Kraków to work jointly with us on applications to secure funding for a research project. We will review applications on an ongoing basis.
demonstrate an interest in the topics: ethics, bioethics, value theory, moral psychology, philosophy of science (with regard to biomedical science);
present a paper at our weekly research seminar (a working paper, one recently published or a research proposal);
be ready to actively participate in our research activities (seminars, lectures, conferences).
We particularly support applications from scholars who plan to secure funding for their research projects, which would at least partly be conducted at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics. For example, we would be happy to support fellows in the planning and writing the applications to the National Science Centre (e.g. Polonez Bis), Horizon Europe Framework Programme (e.g. Marie Skłodowska Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships), or the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (e.g. Polskie Powroty).
The visiting fellowships are intended mainly for junior faculty, postdocs or advanced PhD students.
For further information, please contact us at email@example.com
The application should contain:
- a CV,
- a short motivation letter, explaining your research plans related to the project BIOUNCERTAINTY and your preferred start and end dates (no more than 2 pages),
- a recent publication.
There is no deadline, we will review applications on an ongoing basis.
Please send your application in one PDF file, with "visiting fellowships" in the subject line, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be considered on an ongoing basis.
Visiting fellows receive:
- a travel reimbursement (up to 300 euro),
- an accommodation (or an accommodation allowance),
In some cases it is possible also to receive a tax-free stipend (about 30 euro/daily) for other expenses. The stipend can be awarded on a special request of a visiting fellow.
They will also have access to the Jagiellonian University libraries and their own desk in central Kraków, on 52 Grodzka Street.
- Frank Ursin (Hannover Medical School) & Cristian Timmermann (University of Augsburg)
Intraoperative application of mixed and agmented reality for digital surgery: A systematic review of all ethical issues 10.05.23
- Shaun Nichols (Cornel University)
Not for me: On the external function of guilt 09.05.2023
- Saul Smilansky (University of Haifa)
Suicide, Organ Donation and Meaning in Life: Some Disturbing Reflections 24.10.2022
- Yafeng Shan (Kent University)
Causation in Biology 20.10.2022
- John P. Lizza (Kutztown University of Pennsylvania)
Working Towards Consensus on Brain Death 22.08.2022
- Cristian Timmermann (University of Augsburg)
Levels of Explicability for medical Artificial Intelligence: What do we need and what can we get? 09.06.2022
- Lukas Meier (University of Cambridge)
How to Compute Bioethics 07.04.2022
- Elena Popa (Asian University for Women)
Distrust and Decision Making in Public Health 20.01.2022
- Wojciech Kaftański (Harvard University)
Affective Admiration, Motivation, and Value: Some Remarks on Exemplarity 13.01.2022
- Joanna Smolenski (City University of New York)
Germline Gene Editing and the Limits of Informed Consent 19.01.20
- Michał Białek (Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego)
Intuitive utilitarianism: Hybrid model of moral judgements 12.12.19
- Joanna Malinowska (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza)
Empathy in relations between people and social robots 04.12.19
- Teresa Baron (University of Southampton)
Double donor surrogacy and the substitution problem 07.11.19
- Jeroen Hopster (Universität Graz)
Climate Possibilities and Precautionary Principles 18.10.19
- Konrad Rudnicki (University of Antwerp)
The Liar lied. Experimental investigation of the Liar paradox17.10.19
- Pierrick Bourrat (Macquarie University, University of Sydney)
Overview of the emergence and evolution of religion from a Darwinian perspective 10.10.19
- Ilana Löwy (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)
Prenatal diagnosis and disability rights 03.09.19
- Emilia Kaczmarek (University of Warsaw)
How to distinguish reasonable medicalization from over-medicalization?18.09.19
- Jacob Stegenga (University of Cambridge)
The Sciences of Sexual Desire 06.06.19
Medical Nihilism 07.05.19
- Maciej Juzaszek (Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego)
Tort Liability without Taking Responsibility 27.03.2019