MIL OSI – Source: TU Berlin –
Headline: Veranstaltungen: DFG – Materials Science and Engineering: 8th Workshop for Early Career Investigators
Freitag, 10. März 2017…”With a focus on “Inorganic Glasses and Silicate Melts: from Theory to Application”, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) organises their eighth Workshop for Early Career Investigators in the area of Materials Science and Engineering. The aim of Workshops for Early Career Investigators is to prepare researchers at an early stage of their scientific careers for their first independent research projects and to provide mentoring for managing their own DFG projects. […]
In order to maintain fundamental glass research in Germany at an internationally competitive level for future years, a strong glass science community is necessary and a basis of young scientists who are not only experts in the field but also have the opportunity to embark on an academic career in glass science. […]
This workshop will cover the fields of inorganic glasses and silicate melts, which will be divided into three areas:Silicate glasses. […]Non-silicate glasses, […]Relationship between glass structure and processing, in a more application-oriented approach. […]In all three areas, the focus lies on studies of the amorphous materials and their structure-property relationship. […]
Course of the Workshop for Early Career InvestigatorsIn a first step of the application process, candidates submit a three-page outline for a research project in one of the three main areas described above. […] Up to 15 candidates will be invited for participation, based on the significance of the project within the research area, the quality of the project idea (originality, feasibility) as well as on previous scientific achievements. […]
Workshop Part IDuring a five-day workshop held in October 2017 the participants will be able to learn about successful proposal writing, grant management and careers in academia from presentations, seminars and one-to-one tutorials.
Workshop Part IINo later than 15 December 2017 the participants will submit their full DFG proposals, which they developed from their initial project outline. In spring 2018, the DFG will organise a one-day review colloquium, where the applicants present their DFG proposals to a review panel. Based on the recommendations of this panel, the final funding decision will be made in early summer 2018 by DFG’s Statutory Bodies.
Workshop Part I will take place from 8 October 2017 to 13 October 2017 near Bamberg, Bavaria. Cost of travel (train, 2nd class), accommodation and subsistence will be covered. Candidates are expected to contribute an amount of 100 € for costs not covered by the DFG.”…
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(Quelle: DFG Informationen für die Wissenschaft, Nr. 14, 09.03.2017)