22/08/2016

JSPS travel grants for attending Lindau Meetings

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  • ORGANISATION NAME
    Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)
  • ORGANISATION COUNTRY
    Japan
  • FUNDING TYPE
    Funding
    Travel Grants
  • DEADLINE DESCRIPTION
    24 August in 2016
  • RESEARCH FIELD
    Natural sciences
  • CAREER STAGE
    First Stage Researcher (R1) (Up to the point of PhD)
    Recognised Researcher (R2) (PhD holders or equivalent who are not yet fully independent)

Outline

The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) supports young Japanese researchers to participate in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, co-hosted by the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and the Foundation Lindau Nobelprizewinners Meetings at Lake Constance. The purpose of this Program is to foster highly talented Japanese researchers with a rich global view and experience for the future of Japanese academia.

Annually, the meeting focus alternates between the three natural science disciplines of Physics, Chemistry and Physiology/Medicine, in this order. Every five years, an Interdisciplinary Meeting (Physics, Chemistry and Physiology/Medicine) is held in place of a meeting of either of the three natural science disciplines. In exception to the years or three when the Interdisciplinary Meetings are held, the Meeting of Economic Sciences takes place every two or three years on the same year a meeting in natural science is held.

What is funded

JSPS will bear the following costs based on its regulations.

1) Transportation Fee: Round trip fares between the institution, which each participant belongs to, and the venue

2) Participation Fee of the meeting (including boarding and lodging costs)

Number of Nominees (in 2016):

- Physics, Chemistry, Physiology/Medicine: within 12

- Economic Sciences: within 4

- The Interdisciplinary Meeting (Physics, Chemistry, Physiology/Medicine): within 15

Duration

A few days

Eligibility

The Applicants should meet all the following requirements.

- Be a doctoral student or postdoctoral scientist as of the date of application (having obtained a doctoral degree within five years as of April 1st of each call year) of a university or research institute in Japan or overseas.

- Have Japanese nationality or have permanent residency in Japan.

- Have not participated in the past Lindau meetings.

- Be 35 years old or younger when the meeting is held.

Disclaimer:

The responsibility for the funding offers published on this website, including the funding description, lies entirely with the publishing institutions. The application is handled uniquely by the employer, who is also fully responsible for the recruitment and selection processes.