What are Minerva Schools?
Minerva Schools are intended to bring together young Israeli and German scientists. In addition to the Israeli and German participants, also scientists from other countries can be included in the program. In all areas of research they establish new collaborative efforts through conferences and workshop. The Schools are orientated particularly towards PhD-students and post-doctoral researchers and aim at enabling first contacts, scientific exchange as well as interaction with select senior scientists.
Where are Minerva Schools?
The venue may be in either Germany or Israel. In both countries, the participants should come from different institutions.
Funds and Conditions
Minerva Schools are being funded with up to EUR 25,500 by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Proposals are being reviewed by the Minerva Fellowship Committee.