Minerva-Weizmann Short-Term Project Programme
The Minerva-Weizmann-Programme was the first scientific programme between Germany and Israel. For its implementation, the Minerva Stiftung was founded to maintain and cultivate the scientific exchange between the two countries.
Within the framework of their projects, the Principle Investigators of Minerva-Weizmann Programme projects can invite German junior scientists for short visits to their research site in Rehovot. The funding for these research stays will be provided by the Weizmann Institute. Eligible are scientists who are German or have lived in Germany for more than five successive years and are currently working or studying at a German research institution. Please note that PhD and postdoc applicants will be given preference in the selection process.
German researchers interested in such a visit are asked to submit their request directly to the respective Principle Investigator. For details and the list of ongoing projects, please see here.