- The Scientific Leaders of the next Generation!
Thanks to the Division of Fundamental Research of the Swiss Chemical Society and the support of the industrial participants (see Acknowledgements), every year 12-16 young promising European scientists (including Russia and Israel) at the beginning of their academic careers have received a fellowship to participate to the Bürgenstock conference. The intense interactions between junior and senior scientists have inspired much frontier research and are at the origin of many fruitful scientific collaborations.
The Organizing Committee asks leading scientists, former Presidents of the ‘Bürgenstock Conferences’, as well as Presidents of National Academies of Science to nominate candidates at the beginning of their career (< less than 5 years as independent group leader) for supported participation. The (typically) long list of candidates, complemented by spontaneous applications of interested young researchers, is reviewed by the President together with the Organizing Committee. They select a group of 12-16 junior scientists for support based on scientific excellence and diversity. A successfully completed PhD thesis is a prerequisite for consideration.
Since 2019, to promote early world-wide interactions among leading scientists of the next generation, a maximum of two fellowships each will be attributed to young scientists from North America and Asia/Oceania/Africa respectively. Nominations will be done exclusively by the Bürgenstock speakers from these areas of the last two years. Self-nominations are not possible.
The application for a JSP fellowship should include:
- a CV
- a publication list and
- at least one letter of reference
Deadline: December 1st of the year preceding the conference.
- Dr. Monica Perez-Temprano, ICIQ Tarragona, Spain
- Dr. Anis Tlili, Université Lyon, France
- Dr. Dorian Didier, University of Münich, Germany
- Dr. Silvia Osuna, University of Girona, Spain
- Dr. Marcos Garcia Suero, ICIQ Tarragona, Spain
- Prof. Charles Diesendruck, Technion Haifa, Israel
- Dr. Markus Kärkäs, Stockholm University, Sweden
- Prof. Job Boekhoven, TU München. Germany
- Dr. Silvia Marchesan, University of Trieste, Italy
- Dr. Vittorio Pace, University of Vienna, Austria
- Prof. Sunkyu Han, KAIST, Korea
- Dr. Anat Milo, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
- Dr. Renana Gershoni Poranne, ETHZ, Switzerland
- Dr. Gabor London, Hungarian Academy of science, Hungary