Andreas Heddergott, Bernhard Ludewig and Wenzel Schürmann from TUM
The objective of the GNeuS COFUND programme: build the next generation of neutron scientists!
Join us and benefit from a structured, global, interdisciplinary and intersectoral approach in response to the challenges facing the future European neutron landscape at one of the top five facilities worldwide, MLZ.
The first call opened on 1st of November 2021, 00:00 (CET) and closed on 15th of 2022, 18:00 (CET) January . The next call will open on 1st of November 2022, 00:00 (CET). Guidelines for applicants (applicable to call n.1) are available clicking below.
Photo credit: Bernhard Ludewig, TUM
What is GNeuS?
GNeuS is a MSCA co-funded programme that will offer a total of 45 fellowships, each for a typical duration of 24 months. Implementation will be achieved in three recruitment calls (15 fellows recruited per call), organised in November 2021, 2022 and 2023.
The GNeuS programme is specifically created for outstanding researchers who received their PhD not more than 6 years or with an equivalent of 10 years’ FTE research experience.
This new generation of neutron researchers will be educated within GNeuS to be able to meet future challenges offered by neutron technology and to create a broad, united community of neutron experts embracing all scientific disciplines and neutron techniques, enabling them to take full advantage of world-leading facilities such as the ESS in the future.
You want to be part of this adventure? Design a research project and submit your application!
Submit your application
The first call opened on 1st November 2021 08:00 (CET) with the deadline for submission on 15th January 2022 18:00 (CET).
Results will be published around mid-May 2022.
Please read the all information already available including the “Guide for applicants” to prepare your application.
We would like to thank Wenzel Schürmann, Bernhard Ludewig and Andreas Heddergott from TUM as well as Juli Eberle for the pictures provided that illustrate most of the GNeuS website pages.