Some links to relevant funding sources/opportunities are given below:
Civilian Research and Development Foundation
CRDF At the core of CRDF activities is the Cooperative
Grants Program (CGP). The program provides up to two years
of support for joint U.S. and Eurasian research teams in all areas
of basic and applied research in the natural sciences.
Asia and Pacific Summer institute for U.S. graduate students.
The East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes provide U.S. graduate
students in science and engineering: 1) first-hand research
experience in Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand or Taiwan;
2) an introduction to the science and science policy infrastructure
of the respective location; and 3) orientation to the society,
culture and language. Details on 2008 places will be announced
late summer 2007.
The American Council for International
Education also has several fellowship opportunities for research
work in Eurasia. More information is available from
Fellows Program provides funding for Chinese scholars to conduct
6-9 months of research (mainly in the field of social science)
Deadline for 2007 has passed (12th January).
Science Research Council, Eurasia Fellowships provides
fellowships for social science research on the Russian Empire, the
Soviet Union and the New States of Eurasia. Fellowships offered
annually to U.S Citizens and permanent residence only. Deadline for
this year seem to have been extended to Deadline for 2006/07
(see website for details for 2007/08).
PREPARE Summer Institute. July 2-11, 2007, Bratislava, Slovakia. The
of the Summer Institute is "The Modeling of (Spatial) Interaction".The
intended audience for the Summer Institute are PhD-students and young
researchers who are active in the area covered by the institute.
Deadline for applications March 5th 2007. Awards include travel costs.
Summer School on
Environmental Studies in the Boreal Forest Zone, July 14-28, 2007,
Fedorovskoe, Tver' area, Russia. Deadline for applications February 9,