Call for Short Scientific Visits 2024

The aim of this call is to support short visits (up to one week) to a few partners who have agreed to earmark some limited fund for this program. Currently this includes the following host institutions:

  • France: High energy theory groups at LPENS, LPTHE, APC in Paris; CPHT Palaiseau, IPHT Saclay, IHES/LAG in Bures sur Yvette, IDP Tours, ENS Lyon, LAPTh Annecy
  • Italy: High energy theory groups in Padova, Torino
  • Spain: Institute of Cosmos, Barcelona
  • UK: Birmingham; City-University of London; Durham
  • Germany: AEI, Golm; Leibniz University, Hannover; Math-physics group, Heidelberg University; QFT group, Humboldt University, Berlin; Math-physics group, DESY/Hamburg University
  • Netherlands: String theory group in Amsterdam
  • Belgium: High energy theory groups at KU Leuven and Université de Mons
  • Nordic countries: Nordita, Stockholm; University of Iceland, Reykjavik
  • Poland: Math-physics Chair, University of Warsaw
  • Israel: Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot
  • India: ICTS, Bangalore and HRI, Allahabad
  • Brazil: ICTP-SAIFR, São Paulo
  • East Asia: KIAS, Seoul; Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing

The call is open to junior researchers (advanced PhD students and postdocs) from any of the institutions participating in IRN:QFS, who have not benefited to a visit to the same host institution in previous calls (with a limit of two applications in the same call). Each host institution remains fully responsible for screening applications and disbursing funds.

This third call covered visits planned to  take place between Feb 12 and Dec 20, 2024.  If you would like to apply, please fill in the application form before January 22, 2024 (extended from original deadline Jan 19).

After this date, applications will be forwarded to the contact scientist for the corresponding node, who will consult with the host scientist and other colleagues and decide whether to grant or reject the request. Approved visits will be notified by the host by Feb 9, 2024.  

We hope that this scheme will foster fruitful scientific exchanges with the IRN:QFS network.

The Network Coordinator