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

18.05.2022
The GSI/FAIR Darmstadt and Saint Mary's University (SMU) Canada have signed a mobility Programme contract to promote academic and research collaboration between two institutions.
07.04.2022
A new RPC-based detector built at LIP Coimbra is now part of the R3B experimental setup at the GSI. Students from the LIP NUC-RIA group are participating in the beam tests and in the preparation of upcoming experiments" GET_INvolved Programme supported students and researchers who participated in FAIR PHASE 0 experiments at R3B.
05.04.2022
Darmstadt - The Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences (h_da), as a representative of the "European University of Technology" (EUt+) signs the GET_INvolved Programme Partnership Agreement.
28.03.2022
This fellowship intends to facilitate a pair of early career researchers to have a short visit to India/Germany for networking and exploring avenues for collaboration and innovation in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM). The pair* will be formed by an Indian and a German early career researcher who shall submit a joint proposal for availing the fellowship.
08.03.2022
GET_INvolved Programme participants and Alumni join forces in the #BreakTheBias Campaign on International Women's Day.
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Programme Coordinator:

Dr. Pradeep Ghosh
Email:
international(at)fair-center.eu
and international(at)gsi.de
Phone: +49 (0) 6159 71 3257

INFORMATION!

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.