GET_INvolved Russia

Programme with DAAD

Information on the Programme

Within the GET_INvolved Russia we have dedicated partner Programme from DAAD under Young Talents Programme for short Line B and long term Line A stays for students (natural science and engineering), recent graduates and researchers. More information about each Programme is listed below.

Overview of Young Talents Programme

The "Young Talents Programme" is intended to contribute to the expansion of German-Russian academic exchange in the field of large-scale research. Especially talented young researchers from Russia, also beyond already established.

Programme Goal

Outstanding young Russian scientists, graduates and students have the opportunity to do a short research stay at one of the large research facilities of the MLZ / FZJ and GSI / FAIR on an innovative research topic as part of a DAAD scholarship.

Who is eligible?

Highly qualified Russian postdocs, doctoral students, graduates (including engineers) and MA students. Applicants must be enrolled or working at a Russian university, a non-university research institution or an institute of the Academy of Sciences (AdW).

  • DAAD Young Talents Programme Line A [Call open until November 15, 2021]
  • DAAD Young Talents Programme Line B [Call open until November 15, 2021]

DAAD Young Talents Programme Line A

What is funded?

A scientific research project carried out in coordination with a scientific supervisor at a large-scale research facility of the research institutes listed below:

  1. GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung, Planckstr. 1, 64291 Darmstadt
  2. Helmholtz-Institut Mainz, Staudingerweg 18, 55128 Mainz
  3. Helmholtz Institut Jena, Fröbelstieg 3, 07743 Jena
  • Duration of stay: 1-9 months
  • Application and selection process: see programme page
  • Deadline: November 15, 2021
  • Category: Postdocs, PhD Students, Graduates (incl. Engineers) and Master students.
  • Scholarship: monthly award, depending on the level of training + Health, accident and liability insurance benefits+ Grant for travel expenses
    • 1200 EUR for doctoral students, graduates and MA students;
    • 2150 EUR for postdocs
  • Start date: The scholarship can be awarded no earlier than Feb 1, 2022

DAAD Young Talents Programme Line B

What is funded?

  1. Summer/Winter schools: Highly qualified Russian postdocs, doctoral students, graduates (including engineers) and MA students. (Please contact Programme Coordinator for more information on Summer and Winter Schools at GSI and its Institutes)
  2. Short stays: Highly qualified Russian postdocs, doctoral students, graduates (including engineers).
  • Duration of stay: up to 1 month
  • Application and selection process: see Programme page
  • Deadline and funding period: 15 November 2021
  • Funding includes: Flat rate for accommodation and meals + Health, accident and liability insurance benefits + Contribution to the international travel costs (Russia-Germany) + Participation fee flat rate
  • Category: Postdocs, PhD Students, Graduates (incl. Engineers) and Master students.
  • Applications submitted by Young Talents Programme Line A grantees are highly appreciated.

Contact

Dr. Pradeep Ghosh,
E: Pradeep.Ghosh(at)fair-center.eu
T: +49-6159 71 3257

More about the Partner

The German Academic Exchange Service, or DAAD is the world’s largest funding organisation for the international exchange of students and researchers. More information at their official webpage -> Click here.

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Contact

FAIR/GSI, Germany:
Dr. Pradeep Ghosh
Programme Coordinator

 

Partner (DAAD):
Programme YTP (Line A and Line B)

DAAD, ST22 /DAAD's Moscow office:
Elena Schmid
e-mail: e.schmidt(at)daad.de