International Nuclear Forensics Fellowship 2024 - 2026


The International Science and Technology Center (ISTC) is seeking exceptional young candidates from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Armenia, and Uzbekistan. 

The Nuclear Forensics 2024 - 2026 highly competitive fellowship offers a unique opportunity to secure one to two years of funding for a full-time Master’s degree program in a field relevant to nuclear forensics (e.g., physics, chemistry, engineering, etc.).

Successful applicants will benefit from financial support and the guidance of a laboratory or university mentor in nuclear forensics, a virtual mentor from a prestigious United States National Laboratory, and funding to attend two conferences annually. These conferences will provide a platform to present research findings and serve as a gateway to expanding their professional network. Upon completion of the fellowship, students are expected to contribute to the field of Nuclear Forensics for a period of two years in their country of citizenship.

Applications should be sent to in English by 31 March 2024.