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German-Israeli Foundation (GIF) 2016 - Young Scientists Program - Exact Sciences Engineering and Social Sciences

   Description

​​​​​​The GIF Young Scientists’ Program aims to encourage young scientists and help them establish first contacts with potential counterparts in Israel or Germany.

The program supports researchers within 8 years after completing their Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent degree (at the starting date of the grant, 1.1.2018), and will give these scientists an opportunity to present themselves and their research activities in the other country.

Starting with the submission cycle 2016 the GIF Regular Program will be open according to a new 2-year cycle:​

Cycle I - Fall 2016: Exact Sciences, Engineering, and Social Sciences:

  • Exact Sciences: Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, etc.
  • Engineering
  • Social Sciences: Economics, Education, Law, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, etc.
Cycle II - Fall 2017: Medicine, Life Sciences, and Humanities


The GIF Young Scientists’ Program is aimed to scientists without research partner. The applicants should not have any working relations yet with scientists in the other country. This program offers a platform to facilitate first contact between younger scientists with potential collaborators in the other country which may later on lead to a joint proposal within the GIF Regular Program based on this project.

The application website will be open from 1st August, 2016, for submissions in both programs, and will be closed on Wednesday, 26th October, 2016 16:00 Israel time.

Success rate: 40.9%

כניסה

המידע המלא ניתן לסגל האוניברסיטה העברית בלבד (בגלישה שלא באמצעות הרשת האוניברסיטאית נדרשת התחברות לאתר)