Through the module "Start-up Promotion", research networks can receive funds to help promising early career researchers pursue independent projects. Talented early career researchers should be encouraged to remain in science and academia. Directly following completion of their doctorates they should therefore be enabled to define and design their own research topics, which can serve as the basis for independent project proposals.
4 junior scientists have applied for funding in the context of start-up funding.
Research funds in the amount of 15,000€ per project were granted
Susann Rahmig (A3)
Tony Müller, PhD (B1)
Rouzanna Istvanffy, PhD (B3)
Tim Ammon, PhD (B7)