Internationally acknowledged postdoctoral research in Science, Medicine and Technology
The Turku Collegium for Science and Medicine (TCSM), was launched with funding from the Consortium comprising the University of Turku and Turku School of Economics. In January 2021 the name of the collegium was changed to the Turku Collegium for Science, Medicine and Technology (TCSMT). TCSMT is supported by the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Technology. The aim of TCSMT is to establish a multidisciplinary, interactive research platform for dynamic scientists in science, medicine and technology. Research at TCSMT includes studies in the fields of e.g. astronomy, biology, biochemistry, biomedicine, biotechnology, chemistry, clinical medicine, computer science, dentistry, future technologies, geology, geography, information technology, materials science and engineering, mathematics, mechanical engineering, nursing science, physics, and statistics.The goal is to establish TCSMT as an integral and permanent part of the University of Turku.
Turku Collegium for Science, Medicine and Technology selects its researchers through an international competition, which is open to all researchers in the respective fields. Researchers at TCSMT will have an opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary research environment of high international standard. The Board for TCSMT selects the new researchers on the basis of their applications.
TCSMT researchers are appointed for fixed-term positions at the University of Turku. TCSMT researchers are also expected to train doctoral students and contribute to the teaching at the host department and university. The positions are funded for 3 years at the time.