The Minerva Fellowship Program (*) enables German and Israeli scientists and researchers to spend longer-term research residencies at institutions in the respective other country from six to thirty-six months (for graduates) or from six to twenty-four months (for post docs). To date, more than 1,500 German and Israeli scientists and researchers have been awarded a Minerva Fellowship. Some seventy scientists receive fellowships each year. Scientists with tenure are not eligible to apply.
NEW: Regular Meetings ("Stammtisch") for Minerva Fellowship Holders in Israel
The meetings take place on a rotating basis in Tel Aviv (Contact: Mr. Krister Kowalski, email@example.com) and Jerusalem (Contact: Ms. Jana Hildebrandt, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Israeli researchers who are interested in Minerva Fellowships (in Germany) are also welcome to join the meetings.
(*) This program is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research.