Young researchers

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Young researchers (including young researchers , young scientists , young scientists , Eng. Early Stage Researcher ) apply in an international context , researchers involved in its promotion work or have just completed previously. In the Charter for Researchers of the European Commission's young researchers are a scientist in the first four years ( full-time equivalent defined) of their research activity, including research training period.

Young researchers often receive a scholarship , are employed as employees in a research project or are financed through part-time jobs . In contrast to regular employment, scholarships usually lack social security such as statutory pension insurance or maternity leave . They receive support from KISSWIN , a central communication and information platform for young scientists from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research on the Internet.

The Charter for Researchers also deals with the rights and obligations of young researchers , among other things.

The German Research Foundation, on the other hand, uses a different definition: Here, young scientists are considered to be persons up to the age of 46 who have not yet held a permanent professorship and whose habilitation was not more than 6 years ago.

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  • communication and information system "Young Scientists" funded by the BMBF

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