Funded postdoc opportunity: Stanford Sustainability Accelerator Fellowship

| April 4, 2024 | Leave a Comment

Calling your attention to the newly launched Stanford Sustainability Accelerator Fellowship. Applications are open and close on June 3. To learn more about this unique postdoctoral fellowship opportunity, please join our upcoming info session on Wednesday, April 17, 9:00a-10:00a PT.

Registration for the Zoom link

The Stanford Sustainability Accelerator is launching a postdoctoral fellowship designed to empower and support innovators to launch scalable real-world technology and policy solutions. The 2024-25 fellowship will be focused on our first flagship destination, greenhouse gas removal (GHG-R), at the gigaton scale by midcentury.

We are looking for a diverse cohort of applicants to work on developing solutions with the potential to have an impact at scale. We will select up to four fellows for full financial support for one year with the potential for a second-year renewal, including a salary of $85,000, benefits, and $50,000 in research and development funds. Fellows in this program also benefit from dedicated professional development and community-building programming that will empower and support them in launching real-world technology and policy GHG-R solutions.

I would greatly appreciate it if you would share this opportunity with Ph.D. students and postdocs working in greenhouse gas removal and faculty members you may know.  If this opportunity is a match for your future goals, I would encourage you to apply!

Please download the flyer from the link above and circulate it amongst your networks. See our website for eligibility and application information. Any questions can be sent directly to

Warm regards

Yi Cui
Faculty Director, Sustainability Accelerator
Fortinet Founders Professor of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University

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