The research areas of this scholarship are: Not provided
Who can apply to this scholarship? The Karl Schwarzschild Fellowship is awarded regularly with an alternating focus on extragalactic and stellar astrophysics. Schwarzschild fellows are identified in a competitive international search.
· The AIP continues the tradition of the Astrophysical Observatory Potsdam and the Berlin Observatory. It is located in the beautiful Potsdam/Babelsberg area, at the south
· western border of the Berlin metropolitan area. About 120 scientists work on a variety of astrophysical topics covering the full range from solar physics to cosmology. Potsdam is also the home of the Albert
· Einstein Institute for Gravitational Physics, the Physics & Astronomy Department of Potsdam University and several other research institutions.
Benefits of the scholarship: The Fellowship provides a competitive salary based on the German public service scale (TV-L E 14) and an individual research budget of 20,000 € for three years.
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Duration: The Fellowship is normally awarded for three years, but may be extended up to five years.
Number of scholarships: Not Known