OeAW Go!Digital Next Generation Fellowships at Austrian Academy of Sciences in Austria

OeAW Go!Digital Next Generation Fellowships at Austrian Academy of Sciences in Austria

  • Location Austria
  • Level Postgraduate
  • Deadline May 15, 2018
  • Academic Humanities
  • Amount ₤150,000

Scholarship Description

The Austrian Academy of Sciences is calling for proposals for a new digital humanities programme. Groups of scientists from university and non-university research institutions in Austria who are still at the beginning of their careers are entitled to apply. The programme is primarily aimed at young scientists who wish to apply and enhance digital methods within the framework of cooperation projects.

The programme is intended to improve the framework conditions for data-based and data-driven research in the social sciences and humanities by intensifying the use of existing infrastructures, digital data, and tools.

The Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW) is Austria’s central non-university research and science institution. Its statutory mission is to “promote science in every way”. Founded in 1847 as a learned society, today the OeAW has over 770 members and 1,600 employees dedicated to innovative basic research, interdisciplinary exchange of knowledge and the dissemination of new insights with the aim of contributing to progress in science and society as a whole.


Entrance Requirements: To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet the following requirements:

Application requirements
  • Scientists from all disciplines with a maximum of 8 years since completion of their most-recent academic degree (calculated from the issue date of the certificate until 1 January 2018; copies of certificates of all proponents must be enclosed with the application).
  • Submission as a group of at least 2 scientists and an approximate gender balance among applicants. The share of female scientists in the group shall be at least 50 %. In the case of an uneven number more female scientists must be represented.
  • One scientist must assume the role of application coordinator.
  • Each scientist may only take part in one application.
  • The applicants must be prepared to pro-actively contribute to the public presentation of the programme and take part in associated events.
  • The project must take place in an Austrian research facility.
  • Approval from the representatives of the relevant research facilities must be enclosed with the application.
  • A research facility may support multiple applications.

English Language Requirements: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.

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