Carl von Linde Senior Fellowship
Active TUM faculty members with a distinguished track record in research who intend to develop innovative, high-risk topics in their scientific research areas, if possible within a trans-disciplinary team, are eligible to become Carl von Linde Senior Fellows. Carl von Linde Senior Fellows should be well-established within the TUM network with at least three years of experience as a TUM professor.
This Fellowship is named after TUM professor Carl von Linde (1842-1934), who invented the air liquefaction and founded the “Linde’s Eismaschinen” company in 1879.
How to apply
- The Deans of TUM Faculties, all further members of the “Erweitertes Hochschulpräsidium (EHP)”, and members of the TUM-IAS Board of Trustees can directly nominate candidates for TUM-IAS Fellowships (any member of the university community can propose; the nomination, however, is then channeled through the Dean of the hosting Faculty or the Director of the hosting Institute).
- Please submit the following application documents:
- letter of nomination from the Dean of the hosting department or another member of the TUM Extended Board of Management (EHP) or TUM-IAS Board of Trustees,
- a CV including a list of major publications (please highlight the 3-5 most important publications of the past 5 years),
- a statement of purpose describing how the Fellowship would contribute to the innovation of the scientific or technological environment at TUM, the specific goals to be achieved and a budget plan.
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