IIASA-Brazil Fellowships

In partnership with IIASA’s Brazilian NMO, the Federal Agency for Support and Evaluation of Graduate Education (CAPES) IIASA offers doctoral and postdoc opportunities for Brazilian nationals and permanent residents.

Brazilian doctoral and postdoctoral scientists interested in collaborating with IIASA researchers can apply for:

  • The IIASA - CAPES Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
  • The IIASA - CAPES Doctorate Sandwich Program

Applications are currently closed, please keep checking our website for updates on a future call. 


IIASA - CAPES Postdoctoral Fellowship Program


CAPES provides funding for up to four Brazilian researchers to work at IIASA for 24 months which includes a travel allowance, settling-in allowance, monthly living stipend, and a health insurance allowance.

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IIASA - CAPES Doctorate Sandwich Program

IIASA and CAPES offer 3 fellowships for Brazilian PhD students to participate in the joint IIASA-CAPES Doctorate Sandwich Program. Funding includes a travel allowance, settling-in allowance, monthly living stipend, and a health insurance allowance.

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IIASA - CAPES Postdoctoral Fellows

Raquel Guimaraes

In her research at IIASA, Raquel Guimaraes aims to contribute to the existing literature and to policy-making by modelling and predicting individual and collective preparation, mitigation and response behaviours towards floods. She conducts a case study for Brazil, Philippines and Thailand, examining gender differentials in flood-preparedness. More

Alessandra Rocha Kortz

Alessandra Kortz researches the role of non-native species leading to biodiversity change. More

Andreas Nascimento

Andreas Nascimento joined the Advanced Systems Analysis program and investigates problems involving stochastic optimisation on different fronts. More

Julian Hunt

Julian Hunt researches the implementation of seasonal-pumped-storage plants to improve energy and water management. More

Cláudio Cristino

Cláudio Cristino's studies probabilistic models of times between events, in order to optimize actions of external interventions to the systems, or developing risk prevention and reduction actions. More


IIASA - CAPES Doctorate Sandwich Program Fellows

Camila Callegari

Camila Callegari is PhD at Energy Planning Program at COPPE/UFRJ. She is industrial engineer and holds a master degree in Energy Planning. More

Rafael Cancella Morais

Rafael Morais is a researcher and PhD candidate at Energy Planning Program at COPPE/UFRJ. He is economist and holds a master degree in Energy Planning. More

Vagna da Costa Pereira

Vágna Pereira is Agronomist Engineer graduated from the Federal Rural University of the Semiarid in Brazil (2012), has master degree in Agronomy (Agricultural Meteorology) by Federal University of Viçosa (2014). More

Luis Gustavo Tudeschini

Luis Gustavo Tudeschini is focusing his research on regional development, inequalities, household consumption patterns, and their relationship with energy and carbon footprint. More

IIASA Brazil Fellowships

In 2016 IIASA's Brazilian NMO, the Federal Agency for Support and Evaluation of Graduate Education (CAPES), partnered with IIASA on a new initiative offering support for doctoral and postdoctoral scientists interested in collaborating with IIASA researchers: doctoral fellowships will enable up to three Brazilian PhD students to work at IIASA for 3-12 months, and postdoctoral fellowships will enable up to four Brazilian researchers to work at IIASA for up to 24 months. In each case, CAPES will provide a monthly stipend and contribute costs for travel, health insurance, and settling in



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