Developing the IGSSE research portfolio
Apply now for new IGSSE Project Teams
IGSSE invites TUM researchers with the right to supervise doctoral theses to submit a project team proposal within its 13th call. The basic requirements for a successful submission are
- a joint proposal of either 2 researchers of two divergent TUM departments (TUM-internal project team) or 1 researcher of TUM and 1 researcher of one of our international partners mentioned below (international project team)
- recognition of IGSSE as a qualification program for doctoral researchers
- interdisciplinary research.
Exclusive international partners and fields of research within 13th call
- Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at the University of Texas at Austin, U.S., in the field of computational engineering and sciences
- University of Queensland (UQ), Australia, in the fields of life sciences including nano- and biotechnology, and engineering
- universities/ research institutions in the State of São Paulo, Brazil (to be confirmed), open to all topics related to TUM research
IGSSE encourages researchers to join forces and to initiate IGSSE International Project Teams with these partners. Constellations with other international partners are not eligible for a proposal within this call.
Information, guidelines and template of 13th call for proposals
The guidelines convey information on the general project team setup, the IGSSE funding scheme, the qualification program. Download the guidelines for proposals for IGSSE Project Teams – Call No. 13.
Download the details on the IGSSE Qualification Program for doctoral researchers via the IGSSE Qualification Program Guide.
Download the proposal template of the 13th call.
The call closes 2 April 2018.