Applying for a junior research group in Germany: Free webinar

German Scholars Organization

25 September 2020

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Registration Deadline

25 September 2020

Applying for a junior research group in Germany: Free webinar

The German Scholars Organization and the Ministry of Research and Culture in North Rhine-Westphalia are hosting a free webinar for young researchers who are interested in continuing their academic career in Germany.


We give an overview of research group programs in Germany and focus on the example of the Returning Scholars Program funded by the Ministry of Research and Culture in North Rhine-Westphalia.

The program aims to attract researchers who are residing and undertaking research abroad to North Rhine-Westphalia. Successful candidates receive up to 1.25 million Euros over the course of five years to set up a research group at a North Rhine-Westphalian university of their choice.

Join us to get an overview of programs in Germany, get valuable advice from researchers who have been establishing a group in Germany, and learn more about the application process of the Returning Scholars Program and the expectations of universities.


Our guests:

·        Prof. Dr. Eva Kiermaier, Tenure Track Associate Professor (W2) for Immune- and Tumor Biology, LIMES Institute Bonn

·        Prof. Dr. Alexander Probst, Associate Professor (W2) for Aquatic Microbial Ecology at University Duisburg-Essen

·        Prof. Dr. Michael Schaub, Tenure Track Assistant Professor (W1) in Computational Network Science at RWTH Aachen

·        Dr. Fabian Schulz, Advisor for the Returning Scholars Program at Ministry of Research and Culture in North Rhine-Westphalia

·        Helga Soer-Sodberg, Department Head of Research funding support at University of Muenster

Moderated by Dr. Anne Schreiter, German Scholars Organization


The event will be held in German.


You can register for the free Zoom-Webinar here


https://www.eventbrite.de/e/applying-for-a-junior-research-group-in-germany-free-webinar-tickets-115351262732