Post-Coc: The Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture, ETH Zürich (15 February 2016)

The Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture (gta) at ETH Zürich is offering gta Fellowships in History and Theory of Architecture beginning in Fall 2016. The Institute aims to support researchers in their work and to allow them to fully profit from the resources of the Institute (Archive, Library Werner Oechslin). Senior researchers will have the possibility to stay for 4 to 6 months. Junior researchers can apply for a period of two years. The Institute offers:
2 Postdoctoral Fellowships (24 months) /
1 Senior Researcher Fellowship (up to 6 months)
We are looking for candidates for the Postdoctoral Fellowship who must have obtained a PhD in architecture, history of art and architecture or related fields and propose a research project. Selections will be made on grounds of the quality of the project and the academic merits. Candidates for the Senior Researcher fellowship are expected to have several years of academic experience. Successful candidates should involve in the Doctoral Program in History and Theory of Architecture, for instance in teaching a seminar.
For further information about the Institute please visit our website http://www.gta.arch.ethz.ch/home/about-us. For questions concerning the position you may also contact Prof. Dr. Laurent Stalder (laurent.stalder@gta.arch.ethz.ch) or Prof. Dr. Philip Ursprung (philip.ursprung@gta.arch.ethz.ch) by email (no applications please).
We look forward to receiving your application. Applicants should include a letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, 2 letters of recommendation (except when applying for the Senior Researcher Fellowship), and an outline of their future research project, including a time plan. Please apply online, using the link provided. Please address your application to: ETH Zurich, Mr. Matthias Steiger, Human Resources, 8092 Zurich. The application deadline is February 15, 2016.

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