Universitätsgesellschaft Oldenburg (UGO)
University Society of Oldenburg: Wolfgang Schulenberg Programme (active participation of junior researchers in international conferences).
Floyd und Lili Biava Foundation
Mobility of junior researchers of the economic sciences, biology, physics, chemistry and computer science. Information is provided by the International Student Office (ISO).
The Fritz Thyssen Foundation provides funding for travel in direct connection with scientific work.
The funds of the chemical industry offer travel grants for junior researchers who would like to participate in the Chemistry Lecturer Conference.
This programme will probably be re-opened in the coming months.
The DAAD’s Congress and Lecture Tour programme offers doctoral candidates, postdocs and experienced academics at German universities two opportunities to finance their travel abroad:
- Funding for conference trips abroad, i.e. active participation (making a scientific contribution) in a recognised international scientific event (conference, symposium, congresses, etc.). Applications for funding for conference trips abroad must be submitted to the DAAD at least four months before the first day of the conference.
- Funding for lecture trips abroad, i.e. trips by academics who have been personally invited to speak at foreign academic institutions, and possibly at small meetings of experts/workshops with a closed list of speakers. Applications for funding for lecture trips abroad must be submitted at least one month before the start of the trip.
- The Congress and Lecture Tour programme is open to academics of all disciplines.
Contact: Dr. Anne Clausen, ; Tel: 0441-798-4333