The Weizmann Institute of Science is offering scientists who are in danger due to their involvement in, or opposition to, the Ukrainian conflict, a visiting scientist grant to continue their research in Israel for up to three months. The Institute will assist researchers in the fields of Life Sciences, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science, and Science Teaching in coming to Israel and is offering them airfare, accommodation, financial support (per diem) and laboratory space for the duration of their stay at the Institute. This call is aimed at ensuring the continuance of research by scientists who are besieged by the war and are not involved in the fighting.
Please submit applications to the program coordinator, Prof. Joel Sussman.
The application material should include, if possible:
- CV, including information about prior experience with experimental or theoretical research, where relevant.
- Copy of your passport (of the page that displays your details and photo) + proof of employment at a university or research institute.
- Up to one page of a personal note about yourself and your academic aspirations and scientific work.
- Please indicate if you would be arriving alone or with a spouse and/or family members (please specify the relationship for each).
- If possible, please provide details of a Weizmann Institute researcher/group with whom you have been in contact or who you believe would be suitable to host you during your stay.
In addition, The Feinberg Graduate School at the Weizmann Institute of Science is offering graduate and advanced undergraduate students, and postdoctoral researchers in said fields to apply for a sponsored Visiting Students Program. Visitors will be hosted by one of our labs and will get a monthly allowance of 5000 NIS for up to six months + accommodations + airfare.