GET_INvolved Programme - for International Students and Researchers

Programme Vision

The GET_INvolved Programme provides international students and early stage researchers with opportunities to perform internships, traineeships and early-stage research experience in order to get involved in the international FAIR acclerator project while receiving scientific and technical training.
Professional training, mentorship and research projects are available for a broad range of topics, e.g. biophysics, material research (incl. NANO), high-performance computing, radiation therapy and protection, accelerator technology, superconducting magnets, atomic physics, plasma physics, nuclear physics and chemistry.

The GET_INvolved Programme has three primary objectives:

  • Offering training opportunities with mobility to university students and early stage researchers to support their education and scientific career.
  • Creating synergies between collaborating universities and advanced technical institutes in FAIR shareholder countries to contribute to the FAIR project in research and development.
  • Building capacities for research groups and partner institutes working together within the FAIR collaborations.

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GET_INvolved News

On the 8th of September 2023, GET_Involved Programm, in collaboration with, summer school students, and ESN Darmstadt team, orchestrated an unforgettable evening at GSI Helmholtz. Grill and Chill wasn't just about enjoying delicious grilled dishes; it was a heartwarming gathering that brought together a diverse community of up to 90 people. The aim was to connect international students, celebrate Erasmus Day, and foster a sense of unity.
People having fun during the event
31.08.2023| Join us on a journey as we delve into the transformative experience of students who recently explored the Green IT Cube. Witness their awe, inspiration, and motivation as they discover the intersection of technology, sustainability, and scientific excellence.
Meet Alexander Sainishvili and Ioane Devdariani, two driven computer science students hailing from Georgia's Kutaisi International University (KIU)
Alexander Sainishvili on the left and Ioane Devdariani on the right
GET_INvolved Bosnia and Herzegovina launched with first students from University of Sarajevo in Campus!
Photo of students standing at GSI/FAIR Campus
Are you seeking a funding to host and collaborate with exceptionally skilled researchers, including PhD students, who face the threat of persecution in their home countries? Look no further! Deadline: 15 August 2023

Programme Coordinator:

Dr. Pradeep Ghosh
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Phone: +49 (0) 6159 71 3257


The COVID-19 outbreak has disrupted the ususal operation and functioning of the International Office for students and researchers. Please look up the dedicated webpage for current status and information about the measures taken by the FAIR and GSI management.

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Applications accepted all round the year.