The Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg is offering a new scholarship for young scientists and engineers to learn about science in the public interest and the intersection of science and policy. A Master’s degree in natural sciences, computer science, mathematics or engineering
(or proof of successful completion by the end of 2021) is required.
The scholarship is part of the IPSH project on Arms Control and Emerging Technologies. Potential issues to be covered include the non-proliferation and disarmament of nuclear weapons, the emergence of autonomous weapons systems, drones, and hyper-sonic weapons as well as the security implications and potential regulations of the military use of artificial intelligence.
More information on the scholarship: https://is.gd/public_interest_science
Applications to be submitted until December 7, 2021.
Contact Moritz Kütt at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> (former ISYP board member).