How To Write Postdoc Research Proposal
1 Answer Sorted by: 6 My recommendation is to not modify your research statement, but just write the research proposal from the beginning. It's less than 2 pages, so it's not that much work, and depending on how your research proposal is written, the result probably won't flow well if you just delete the previous work parts. Share
We have drawn below ten tips from our experiences in securing postdoctoral fellowships to help as you successfully tackle your proposal. Rule 1: Start Early and Gather Critical Information Crafting a competitive fellowship can take 6–9 months, so it is imperative that you start early.
If the professor request that you write a proposal, give it a thought and draft a simple one (whatever that comes out of your mind), you may also wish to put in a cover letter or some notes to indicate your interest in working with him, on some general topics that he is working on. Do not second guess what the prof "probably would find good".
Post-doctoral proposal 4 articles and probably attend some scientific events. (8 months) 8- Final documentation of the project in the form of a book. (9 months to 1 year) Total time needed = 37 months. *** References (12-20) Dunster, B. (2002). SkyZED - The Flower Tower. Bill Dunster - architects. Retrieved November 2005, from