Promoting young researchers in Circle U.
Helping young researchers with their current objectives is important in Circle U. International exchange in this phase of the academic qualification is of vital importance to careers, but also necessary to ensure research that is cutting-edge.
Photo: Matthias Heyde/Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Three months in Berlin
Humboldt4Europe, the national project based at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin that will support the European Universities Initiative, gives young researchers the chance to apply for research- and teaching stays or to organize their own projects within the framework of Circle U. This might include workshops, conferences or networking meetings or any other innovative formats. PhD-students and postdocs from Circle U. partners will be able to stay up to three months in Berlin and conduct research there, build up research groups and initiate projects of their own.
Humboldt4Europe, with additional funding from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), will finance travel costs and accommodation. For workshops and conferences, the project can fund travels between the partner universities and their associated partners, but also scientists or speakers from universities and institutions from outside of the network.
With the help of Humboldt4Europe, Circle U. will be able to help promoting young researchers in Europe. If you are a young researcher interested in this initiative and in visiting Berlin, the project is eager to involve you in the development process. Please contact Dr. Klaus Wiehl (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Humboldt-Universität for more information
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