Schmidt Science Fellows, in partnership with the Rhodes Trust, seeks to create a new generation of scientific leaders through a combination of a postdoctoral fellowship of $100,000 a year and workshops at some of the world’s leading universities, as well as individualized mentoring.
Fellows are supported to pursue a postdoctoral placement at a world-leading laboratory anywhere in the world in a disciplinary pivot from their doctoral research. During their Fellowship Year, they also participate in a varied and challenging Global Meeting Series that introduces new research ideas, techniques, and questions, in addition to a tailored training program. Fellows benefit from a personalized mentoring program, providing professional development support from experienced and internationally accomplished scientists, and at the completion of the Fellowship Year, join the Senior Fellows community of alumni for ongoing support, interaction, and programming opportunities.
For more information, please visit https://schmidtsciencefellows.org/
In order to be eligible for nomination to the Schmidt Science Fellows application process, candidates must meet the following requirements:
- Have conducted their graduate degree in the natural sciences (Astronomy, Biology,
Chemistry, Physics, and Earth Sciences), Engineering, Mathematics, or Computing – and all
- Have completed, or expect to complete, all of the requirements for the conferral of their
doctorate in one of these fields between 1 June 2022 and 30 July 2023.
- Be available for the entire period of the 2023 program, from July 2023 to September 2024
including attendance of the Global Meeting Series (whether virtual or in person, as
conditions allow, and including additional virtual programming).
- Be nominated by a designated senior official at one of our nominating partner institutions.
Please submit your application documents in one single PDF-file to the TUM Graduate School Management Office via e-mail to email@example.com.