Researcher in Residence Program
2020-2021 Researcher in Residence Program
Application deadlines: 31 July 2020 and 29 January 2021
Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) is inviting the global research community to apply for residencies of three to 12 months at our facilities in Victoria, British Columbia to foster interdisciplinary initiatives and expand use of ONC observatories, data, and resources.
Applications are invited across disciplines of basic and applied research. Selections will be based on research excellence, interdisciplinarity, and quality and relevance of proposed research. Submissions will be reviewed by ONC science staff and members of ONC’s Observatory Council.
- Recognized standing and contribution of the nominee to their field of research, as assessed by scholarly contributions and major recognitions.
- Demonstrated capacity to shape the direction of research.
- Importance of the nominee’s work beyond domain-specific impact, as judged by the breadth of their scholarship across multiple disciplines.
- Track record of engagement across disciplines and sectors beyond academia.
Quality and Relevance of Proposed Research
- Quality of proposed research and other activities while in residence at ONC.
- Alignment with ONC research priorities and use of ONC infrastructure and/or data.
- Residencies are full-time for a minimum of three months and a maximum of 12 months.
- ONC will provide an equipped workstation as your primary work space and staff support in areas such as data access and processing.
- A fixed allowance of $2,000/month to cover lodging and living expenses. Reimbursements for travel is not included.
- Your proposed dates (minimum of three months).
- A Curriculum vitae (maximum five pages).
- A statement of interest and description of proposed research activities.
- A description of how you propose to engage with ONC staff and the broader ONC research community.
- A proposed title/subject area for a guest lecture and/or other public event.
- In-kind support being offered by your institution.
Questions contact: Kim Juniper, Chief Scientist