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Sofja Kovalevskaja Award – Become a research group leader in Germany
€ 1.65 million for young researchers from all disciplines
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is now calling for applications for the Sofja Kovalevskaja Award, one of the most valuable academic awards in Germany. With funding of up to € 1.65 million, it creates unique opportunities for excellent researchers to conduct their own research in Germany: award winners are invited to spend five years working at the institute of their choice and setting up their own research groups – independently and virtually free of bureaucracy.
Scientists and scholars of all disciplines from abroad who have completed their doctorates within the last six years are eligible to apply. The award targets outstanding talent and a creative approach to research.
The Humboldt Foundation actively promotes equal opportunities and therefore particularly welcomes applications from women researchers.
The closing date for applications is 31 July 2016. More information: www.humboldt-foundation.de/SKP_en
Exzellenz verbindet – be part of a worldwide network.
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Looking for new research career opportunities in Poland? check out this link http://www.fnp.org.pl/en/new-research-career-opportunities-in-poland/
Check out the EU-funded grants to be carried out in Poland, offered by the Foundation for Polish Science!
The offer is aimed at PhDs from all over the world and at all career stages!
Our offer includes:
Our requirements include:
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INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH AGENDAS – new research institutions in Poland
A pioneering project involving the creation of new centres of global scientific excellence in Poland. We are planning to establish 10 new units by the end of 2023, creating jobs for over 500 scientists working in over 50 teams. Check the details here
TEAM – groundbreaking scientific challenges
Funding for research teams headed by distinguished scientists from all over the world. Grants of up to EUR 0.8 million are awarded for a period of 3 years (with a possible extension for a further 2 years). Check the details here
TEAM-TECH – challenges in technology and R&D services
Funding for research teams headed by distinguished scientists with experience in commercializing research and pursuing R&D projects in cooperation with industry, for development of technologies, processes or innovative products. Grants of up to EUR 0.8 million will be available for projects lasting up to 3 years (with a possible extension for a further 2 years). Check the details here
FIRST TEAM – a team of one’s own
Funding for recent PhDs to establish their first research teams. Grants of up to EUR 0,5 million will be available for projects lasting up to 3 years (with a possible extension for another year). Check the details here
HOMING – postdoctoral fellowships in Poland
An offer for recent PhDs of all nationalities wanting to come to Poland for a postdoctoral fellowship. Grants of up to EUR 0,2 million are available for projects lasting up to 2 years. Check the details here
REINTEGRATION – returning to scientific work after a break
Fellowships for postdocs returning to scientific work after a break for parenthood or work outside of academia. Grants of up to EUR 0,2 million available for projects lasting up to 2 years. Check the details here
All of these programmes are funded through the Smart Growth Operational Programme.
Find out more about the Foundation for Polish Science and its offer.
Bioinformatics funding for Japan
Promoting science and technology is a key engine to materialize a bright future of Asia and it is vitally important to enhance the exchange of youths in Asian countries and Japan who will play a crucial role in the field of science and technology.
Based on this concept, “Japan-Asia Youth Exchange Program in Science” (SAKURA Exchange Program in Science) is the program for enhancing exchanges between Asia and Japan of the youths who will play a crucial role in the future field of science and technology through the close collaboration of industry-academia-government by facilitating short-term visits of competent Asian youths to Japan. This program aims at raising the interest of Asian youths toward the leading Japanese science and technologies at Japanese universities, research institutions and private companies.
The Arturo Falaschi ICGEB Fellowship Programmes for PhD, PostDoc and Short term courses