70th Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting

Published in the Research School of Physics Event Horizon
Vol44 Issue34 26–30 August 2019

Call for applications for the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine and physiology.

 

The Australian Academy of Science invites nominations from Australian-based early career researchers to attend the 70th Meeting of Nobel Laureates in Lindau (interdisciplinary), to be held in Lindau, Germany, 28 June – 3 July 2020. The Science and Industry Endowment Fund is providing financial support through the Science and Industry Endowment Fund – Australian Academy of Science Fellowships to the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.

Applications must be submitted to the Academy by the Research Office. Each institution is limited to applying for two grants on behalf of two early career researchers.

The Science and Industry Endowment Fund—Australian Academy of Science Fellowships include:

A grant-in-aid of up to $3,500 (GST exclusive) towards the cost of an international return economy airfare from Australia to the international airport closest to Lindau. Participation costs (including accommodation) for the Meeting of Nobel Laureates (up to $3,250). A $500 travel grant and registration to attend Science at the Shine Dome, an annual celebration of science held at the Australian Academy of Science in Canberra. This is where the pre-Lindau briefing will be held. Following the meeting, the delegation continue on a site-visit tour of relevant German laboratories and companies. The site visits will directly follow the Lindau meeting, and finish on the morning of July 10 2020.

Further information and the application form can be found here.  

 

If you intend submitting an application please notify Research Management for internal processes and deadlines.

 

Kind regards,

Samantha

 

Samantha Francis

Assistant Manager

Research Management

Joint Colleges Administration

Science; Health & Medicine

The Australian National University

Jaeger 8 Building, 142 Mills Road

Canberra ACT 2601

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