IJP offer research and travel grants for alumni only.
Application details for the various grants are published via the alumni network mailings and are to be found in the respective pdf-files.
The Holbrooke Research Grant is open throughout 2018 for application.
Applications for the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting will be open in March 2019.
Application deadline for the China/HKG/Taiwan-Premiumfellowship 2019 will be December 31st, 2018.
For the fifth time, alumni of IJP were awarded travel grants to attend the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, which took place from June 24th until the 29th, 2018 in Lindau/Southern Germany.
At this year’s Meeting, 39 Laureates came together with around 600 young scientists to discuss various matters of physiology and medicine.
For the fourth time, alumni of IJP were awarded travel grants to attend the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, in Lindau/Southern Germany.
This year’s Lindau Meeting was dedicated to the Nobel Prize discipline of chemistry. Topics ranged from molecular nanotechnology to climate change and computing in chemistry.
The 6th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences was held from August 22nd until 26th, 2017. The anti-globalization backlash, inequality and economic sciences in a “post-truth” world were intensively discussed.
For the third time, fellows of current IJP bursaries and alumni of IJP are being offered the opportunity to apply for free participation in the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, in Lindau/Southern Germany.
This year’s Lindau Meeting is dedicated to the Nobel Prize discipline of physics. Topics range from particle physics and cosmology to quantum technology. Application details are found in the respective pdf.
At the 65th interdisciplinary meeting, from 28 June until 3 July 2015, four IJP alumni from China, India, Latinamerica and the US enjoyed travel & accomodation grants to participate in this high level event.
The participants followed plenary lessons and master classes with the Laureates and international scientists, got engaged in eye-opening press talks and conducted dozens of interviews while broadening their science networks. You can find indepth information here.
It was already the second year that Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting supported IJP alumni on this occasion.