The programme "Third-Party Funding Bonus for Young Researchers" is intended as an incentive for young researchers to apply for third-party funding. It is financed by the Strategic Research Fund (SFF) and applies to the non-medical faculties of HHU.
For each successfully acquired third-party-funded project of at least 100,000 € (single project, not cumulative), young scientists from non-medical faculties of HHU will receive a bonus of 5,000 € as freely available budget. The definition of destatis for third-party funding applies. For the purpose of this programme, young scientists are defined as scientists who have obtained their PhD not more than 6 years ago and who have not yet held a W1 professorship with tenure, a W2 or W3 professorship. The period is extended by 2 years for every child in analogy to §2 section 1 WissZeitVG. The date of the doctoral certificate and the date of the approval notice/date of contract are decisive for the calculation of the period.
The bonus must be applied for within one month of the establishment of the third-party account at HHU. The e-mail notification of the Department of External Funding and Project Coordination (D4.2) on the funding account number is decisive for this time.
The following procedure applies:
- The application is submitted informally by e-mail (reply email to the above-mentioned e-mail notification) to the respective officer in the Department of External Funding and Project Coordination (D4.2).
The following documents must be attached:
- A current curriculum vitae, stating, if applicable, the number of children.
- A copy of the doctoral certificate.
If the above criteria are met, a budget of €5,000 is made available to the applicant on a separate account number.
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