Erwin Schrödinger Fellowships

(FWF – Austrian Science Fund)

>> Erwin Schrödinger Fellowships

Deadline: accepted continuously

The Schrödinger Fellowships support young scientists (age limit 34 years) who are normally based in Austria to work abroad at leading research institutions and on leading research programmes.

Eligible applicants must (at the time the application is submitted) have been based in Austria for at least three of the previous ten years (principle of territoriality) and must return to Austrian science.
If the application is placed from abroad, please note:  a post-doctoral research stay abroad that is to be extended by means of a Schrödinger Fellowship may last no longer than three years, including the period of the Schrödinger Fellowship.

Applicants who meet the criteria given above and who have performed their doctoral work abroad may only apply for a Schrödinger Fellowship if they request a change of research institution to undertake the research project.

The duration of the fellowship is 10 – 24 months without return phase respectively 16 to 36 months including return phase (return phase is 6-12 months).

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