Message posted on 25/11/2019
The Heinrich Hertz Fellowship in History and Philosophy of Physics
The Heinrich Hertz Fellowship in History and Philosophy of physicsview formatted text
is designed to allow graduate students and early-career scholars to spend 3
months, 6 months or an entire academic year (9 months) at the University of
Bonn to work on any topic in the history and philosophy of physics. They
have no formal duties apart from following their own research agenda and
interacting with the other historians and philosophers of physics in Bonn.
Hertz fellows are provided with:
- A (possibly shared) office in the Institute of Philosophy of the
University of Bonn.
- Reimbursement of all travel and visa costs to come to Bonn.
- A monthly stipend of 2500 Euros to cover accommodation and maintenance
during the stay in Bonn. Stipends are not generally taxable in Germany.
Fellows have to show that they have sufficient (travel) health insurance
for their stay in Bonn.
- Reimbursements of some conference travel and similar expenses during
the stay in Bonn.
Starting times of the fellowships are flexible. However, the default would
be to start on the 1st of October (beginning of the Winter Semester) or the
1st of April (beginning of the summer semester).
Further information about the fellowship can be found at
Further information about the Lichtenberg Group for History and Philosophy
of Physics at the University of Bonn can be found at
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