14.02.2020 The Rathgen Heritage Science Scholarships have been established in 2009 and are awarded annually. The scholarship enables young professionals to undertake a project at the Rathgen-Forschungslabor within a duration of 3 months.
The Rathgen Heritage Science Scholarships have been established in 2009 and are awarded annually. The scholarship enables young professionals to undertake a project at the Rathgen-Forschungslabor within a duration of 3 months.
The Rathgen Research Laboratory is the leading institution for conservation science, art technology and archaeometry at the National Museums in Berlin. It researches aging and weathering processes as well as sustainable conservation and restoration strategies for movable and immovable cultural heritage in the light of global change and is an active contributor to the sustainability debate on the Green Museum. The Laboratory carries out investigations on a broad variety of materials within the museum environment and focuses its research on scientific issues concerning the care of monuments and archaeological sites.
It carries forward the tradition of the world´s oldest scientific museum laboratory, the Chemical Laboratory of the Royal Museums in Berlin, which was founded on April 1st, 1888 and bears the name of its first director, Friedrich Rathgen.
It is the mission of the Friends of Rathgen (Förderkreis des Rathgen-Forschungslabors e.V.) to support the work of the Rathgen Research Laboratory in various ways, among others by supporting research projects of young professionals in heritage science.
To this end, the Rathgen Heritage Science Scholarships have been established in 2009 and are awarded annually. The Rathgen Heritage Science Scholarship enables young professionals in the natural sciences of biology, chemistry and physics to undertake a project at the laboratory within 3 month duration. The topic is proposed by the applicant. Successful applicants will receive a scholarship for Post-Graduate Scholarship of EUR 900 month and Post-doc Scholarship EUR 1200 per month. Required are also good to very good English language skills.
The topic of the research project can be proposed freely by the applicant and will be evaluated by a selection committee for potential synergies with the research areas of the Rathgen Research Laboratory.
The application consists of:
Deadline for 2020: March 31rd, 2020
Please submit your application electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to:
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Schlossstrasse 1 A