The Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage (Direção-Geral do Património Cultural - DGPC) recently opened a call for 30 PhD research grants in the area of Cultural Heritage, to carry out research activities leading to the attainment of the academic degree of doctor in Portuguese universities, framed in the DGPC activity plan and strategy and in collaboration with Museums, Palaces and Monuments and other DGPC structures, namely the José de Figueiredo Institute. The call is open until the 1 July.
Within the scope of the new Institute of Art and Technology, NOVA University Lisbon is accepting expressions of interest from candidates who match the referred call. According to the profile and interest of the candidates, links will be established with supervisors within NOVA and DGPC institutions.
Interested parties should send their CV and indicate the area of interest by e-mail to: email@example.com until 15 June for the subsequent preparation of the application.
About the Institute of Art and Technology
NOVA's Institute of Art and Technology aims to develop, through training, research, innovation and the provision of services, in an internationally renowned teaching, research and creation space, artistic creation and products and services that incorporate an aesthetic or design dimension, based on technology in all its forms. It also intends to act at the interfaces between cultural and heritage studies and technologies that contribute to its preservation and enjoyment.
About the DGPC Call
More information on the DGPC website
The Installation Committee of the Institute of Art and Technology: