Starting from 2021, the Faculty of Business and Economics of TU Dresden will grant up to three Distinguished Research Fellowships for internationally renowned scholars per year. Key objectives of the newly established Fellowship program are to foster innovative ideas and initiate exciting, vibrant research collaborations; to support the development of PhD students and early-career scholars (e.g., postdocs) of the Faculty; as well as to further expand the international research network and activities of the Faculty.
Fellowship applications are open to all international scholars at the professor level, including outstanding assistant and associate professors, who:
(a) are active researchers in one of the following fields: information systems, business administration, and economics;
(b) work at a university or research institution, outside of Germany; and
© have no recent collaboration history with current members of TU Dresden’s Faculty of Business and Economics (e.g., no joint research projects and/or publications within the last five years).
The first cohort of Distinguished Research Fellows will be awarded in spring 2021. Each Fellow will be provided with funds of up to 10,000 euros for the realization of a proposed research project (including travel, lodging, and other possible expenses associated with her/his stay at TU Dresden).
The application form, as well as additional information on the application process and the fellowships (selection process and criteria, fellow rights and obligations, etc.) are available under: https://tu-dresden.de/bu/wirtschaft/forschung/distinguished-research-fellowships?set_language=en
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 15, 2020.
In case of any questions, please contact Dr. Uta Schwarz at the Dean’s Office (email: email@example.com).
=== About Dresden and TU Dresden ===
Dresden, the capital of the Free State of Saxony, is situated in the east of Germany at the river Elbe. It is the 12th most populous city in Germany and forms the heart of one of today’s most dynamic economic regions. Dresden is well known for its rich cultural heritage and a remarkable ensemble of originally reconstructed baroque buildings such as the Frauenkirche, the Zwinger, and the Semperoper.
TU Dresden is one of the largest technical universities in Germany and one of the leading and most dynamic research institutions in the country. With 18 Faculties in five Schools, it offers a wide range of degree courses and covers a broad research spectrum. Besides, the TU Dresden is one of eleven German Universities of Excellence and one of the few universities that succeeded in all three rounds of the Excellence Initiative funded within the framework of the Excellence Strategy of the Federal and State Governments since 2019. In addition, the TU Dresden is a member of TU9, a consortium of the nine leading German Universities of Technology.