[Air-L] Pulse Research Fellowship 2023 is no open

Hanna Kreitem hannaq at gmail.com
Fri Mar 10 01:26:20 PST 2023

The Internet Society has launched the Pulse Research Fellowship
<https://pulse.internetsociety.org/fellowship> to support one researcher to
work on data-driven analysis or develop tools that add value to
understanding one or more of the Internet Society Pulse focus areas: Enabling
Technologies <https://pulse.internetsociety.org/technologies>, Internet
Shutdowns <https://pulse.internetsociety.org/shutdowns>, Internet Resilience
<https://pulse.internetsociety.org/resilience>, and Market Concentration
<https://pulse.internetsociety.org/concentration>, and Keeping Traffic Local

The Pulse Research Fellowship is open to researchers based anywhere in the
world who want to research a specific area that helps in upholding an open,
globally-connected, secure, and trustworthy Internet using state-of-the-art
and/or novel Internet measurement techniques.

The duration of the fellowship is six months (mid-May to mid-November) and
the selected candidate can work remotely. Applicants will be selected
according to their:

   - Proposal’s relevance to the Internet Society Pulse focus areas.
   - Knowledge of the field of Internet measurements and experience
   necessary to accomplish the proposed research goals.
   - Ability to commit at least 25 hours per week to the fellowship.

The selected applicant will receive a generous stipend based on experience
and time commitment.

See the fellowship webpage <https://pulse.internetsociety.org/fellowship> for
more information, including how to apply. If you have questions about this
program or the application process, please email pulsefellowship at isoc.org
<foundation at isocfoundation.org>.

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