Call for Applications: Indonesia - 2022 For Women In Science National Program
L'Oréal Indonesia together with the Indonesian National Commission for UNESCO (KNIU), the Ministry of Education and Culture again held the L'Oréal - UNESCO For Women In Science (FWIS) program in the form of a National Fellowship or research scholarship for four (4) young women researchers who have a S3 / PhD education or are currently pursuing S3 / PhD studies in the fields of Life Science and Non-Life Science (Physical Sciences, Material Science, Engineering, IT, Mathematics). This National Fellowship activity program is also held in order to
to find candidates from Indonesia to have the opportunity to participate in the Rising Talents L'Oréal - UNESCO For Women in Science International Fellowship program at the international level.
Since 2004, L'Oréal - UNESCO For Women in Science has consistently rewarded young female scientists who have contributed to the world of science. This program is a partnership with the Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemdikbud), the Indonesian National Commission for UNESCO (KNIU), the Ministry of Research and Technology (RISTEK-BRIN), and the Indonesian Academy of Young Scientists (ALMI).
This year, L'Oréal will give a National Fellowship Award of IDR 100,000,000 to 2 female scientists with the main requirements, Indonesian citizens, not over 40 years old in October 2021, have a PhD or at least are currently undergoing a PhD program, be recognized for her personal scientific excellence among the scientific community, actively involved in research in the fields of earth science, chemistry, material science, physics, life science, engineering, computer science. The jury, who are professors from various well-known universities in Indonesia, will assess the proposed research by considering the main assessments, namely originality, methodology, research impact to country, track record and publications, and writing and presentation.
For more than 17 years, this program has a mission to recognize, encourage and support women in science and has provided fellowships to 59 female scientists in Indonesia.