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1 Research funding programmes for Graduates and Postdocs offered by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation German Research Foundation Max Planck Society Please contact the respective organisation for further detailed information on individual programmes. Start

2 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For GoalTerm More Senior Scientists 1. International Max Planck Research Schools (IMPRS)  Doctoral students from Germany and abroad  To prepare outstanding doctoral students from Germany and abroad for a doctoral degree in cooperation with foreign and domestic universities at selected locations with excellent research and learning conditions; teaching language is English  Fellowships, curriculum, summer schools  2 years with a possible 1-year extension Applications may be submitted directly to one of the 29 International Max Planck Research Schools at any time   Support

3 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal Term More Senior Scientists International Max Planck Research Schools  Foreign students at an International Max Planck Research School: Max Planck Scholarships for Bachelor Graduates  To prepare for admission to a doctoral programme  Fellowships, curriculum, summer schools  Up to 1 ½ years Applications may be submitted directly to one of the 29 International Max Planck Research Schools at any time   Support

4 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjectsSenior Scientists International Max Planck Research Schools – Examples  IMPRS of Marine Microbiology, Bremen  IMPRS of Neural and Behavioral Sciences, Tübingen  IMPRS for Radio and Infrared Astronomy, Bonn  IMPRS on Earth System Modelling, Hamburg  IMPRS for Surface and Interface Engineering in Advanced Materials, Düsseldorf  IMPRS for Demography, Rostock  IMPRS for Comparative Legal History, Frankfurt am Main  

5 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal Support TermMore Senior Scientists 2. Research Training Groups (Graduiertenkollegs)  Doctoral students and postdocs  To provide an opportunity to gain a doctorate in a high quality, cooperation- based research environment and to promote the early scientific independence of doctoral candidates  Fellowships, curriculum, travel allowances  Applications may be submitted directly to the Head of the Research Training Group, 2 years with a possible 1-year extension for PhDs, max. 2 years for Postdocs  List of Research Training Groups at groups/index.html

6 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal Support Term More Senior Scientists Research Training Groups  Foreign students holding a Bachelor degree  To prepare for admission to a doctoral programme  Qualification fellowships, curriculum, travel allowances  Up to 1 years Applications may be submitted directly to the Head of the Research Training Group  List of Research Training Groups at groups/index.html

7 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjectsSenior Scientists Research Training Groups – Examples  Bioinformatics Bielefeld (Biology and Informatics)  Environmental and Resource Economics Heidelberg/Mannheim (Economics and Geography)  Travel Literature and Cultural Anthropology Paderborn (Cultural Anthropology, Literature Studies, History,...)  Hydrogen Bonding and Hydrogen Transfer Berlin (Chemistry and Physics) index.html

8 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal SupportTerm More Senior Scientists International Research Training Groups  Doctoral students and postdocs  To provide an opportunity to gain a doctorate in a high quality, cooperation- based research environment and to promote the early scientific independence and international cooperation of doctoral candidates  Fellowships, curriculum, travel allowances, exchange period  Applications may be submitted directly to the partner universities (Head of the Research Training Group), 2 years with a possible 1-year extension for PhD-students, max. 2 years for Postdocs  List of Research Training Groups at groups/index.html

9 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjectsSenior Scientists International Research Training Groups with Polish partners Transformation of Regulatory Systems and Legal Harmonisation in Joining Europe (Heidelberg, Mainz, Krakow) Complex Processes: Modeling, Simulation and Optimization (Heidelberg, Warsaw) Advanced Polymeric Materials: Preparation, Characterization and Application (Dresden, Praha, Gliwice)

10 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal Support Term More Senior Scientists 3. Individual Doctoral Projects at Max Planck Institutes  Doctoral students from Germany and abroad  To enable highly qualified doctoral students to carry out a doctoral project within the scope of research work conducted at a Max Planck Institute  monthly stipend  2 years with a possible 1-year extension Applications may be submitted directly to a Max Planck Institute at any time  

11 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal Support Term More Senior Scientists 4. Max Planck Grants for Advanced Postdoctoral Training  Outstanding postdocs from abroad who have been working in science and research for at least 2 years or hold a comparable qualification  To gain additional knowledge and capabilities at a Max Planck Institute within the scope of the existing professional qualification  Depending on qualification level and marital status  2 years, with a max. 1 year extension  Applications may be submitted directly to a Max Planck Institute at any time 

12 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal SupportTerm More Senior Scientists 5. Head of an Independent Junior Research Group at Max Planck Institutes  Young, highly qualified scientists and researchers  To qualify scientists for leading positions in the higher education and scientific research sectors through early independent work; selection follows an international job announcement; freedom in the research field  Personal budget to cover material and human resources  Funding for core equipment  Monthly salary  Five-year support term with possible extension  6-month preparation phase possible  Application follows an international job announcement 

13 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal Support Term More Senior Scientists 6. Emmy Noether Programme  Young researchers of all disciplines who have completed their academic qualification (doctorate) and who are planning to stay in Germany.  To attract outstanding young postdocs working abroad to Germany by providing them with opportunities to gain the qualifications required for an appointment as full professor  - Postdoc fellowship (phase I) - Salary for applicant as head of an independent junior research group and funding for staff and consumables to carry out the project (phase II)  Up to 6 years (phase I: 2 years, phase II: 4 years). Applications may be submitted directly to the DFG head office at any time  For more details emmy_noether_independent_junior_research_group.html

14 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal Support Term More Senior Scientists 7. Collaborative Research Centres / DFG Research Centres  Doctoral Students, PostDocs and Senior scientists  To concentrate scientific research competence in particularly innovative fields and create internationally visible research priorities at universities, to promote interdisciplinary cooperation, to advance young researchers  Opportunities for international cooperation, job opportunities  For further information and applications the centres should be contacted directly. Applications may be submitted at any time  collaborative_research_centres/index.html  dfg_research_centres/index.html

15 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal Support Term More Senior Scientists 8. Foreign Visiting Scientists at Max Planck Institutes  Excellently qualified foreign scientists  To enable independent research in at a Max Planck Institute; to promote networking; to strengthen cooperation with international partners  Fee, travel allowance  Visits can start at any time  Contact the potential host Max Planck Institute directly 

16 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects For Goal Support Term Senior Scientists 9. Mercator Visiting Professorships  Highly qualified researchers from abroad  To strengthen research and research oriented teaching at German universities. Specific support for internationalisation measures  The DFG pays a monthly salary and subsidiary allowances  3 to 12 months; applications may be submitted by the German host university at any time  More

17 Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsProjects ForGoal Support Term More Senior Scientists 10. Humboldt Research Fellowships  Outstanding scholars up to 40 years of age who hold a doctorate  To carry out a research stay at a scientific host institution in Germany; all countries, all disciplines  Research fellowship, travel allowance, language course, family allowance, conference allowance  AvH hallmarks: extensive follow-up contact programme, integration into the worldwide, cross-disciplinary network of the Humboldt Foundation  6 to 12 months, applications possible at any time   Please also note the additional regional and subject specific special programmes

18 Studierende Graduierte/ Doktoranden PostDocsSenior ScientistProjekte From Germany Students Graduates/ Doctoral Students PostDocsSenior ScientistsProjects For Goal Support Term More 11. Feodor Lynen Research Fellowships  Outstanding scholars up to 38 years of age who hold a doctorate  To carry out a research stay at the scientific host institution abroad of a guest researcher who was supported by the Humboldt Foundation in earlier years; all countries, all disciplines  Research fellowship, travel allowance, family allowance, bridging assistance for the return to Germany  AvH hallmarks: extensive follow-up contact programme, integration into the worldwide, cross-disciplinary network of the Humboldt Foundation  6 months to 4 years, applications possible at any time 

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