The Division of Analytical Chemistry supports the activities of young scientists with various scholarship opportunities. In particular, young members of the specialist group should be given the opportunity to actively attend national and international Conferences, seminars or workshops as part of their training, ie with a poster presentation or a lecture on a topic in analytical chemistry. All scholarship programs offered by the Division are listed below.
ATTENTION: All events and contributions should have a clear reference to analytical chemistry.
Selected events such as the ANAKON, the analytica conference, the GDCh Science Forum Chemistry, doctoral seminars, the summer school for Young Analytical Chemists or the European Chemistry Congress, to name just a few, are supported by the Division by awarding partial scholarships for actively participating students during their bachelor's/master's thesis, doctoral students and postdocs without a permanent position are given special support.
There are currently no special scholarships advertised.
In order to enable young scientists (students in the process of their bachelor?s and master?s theses, doctoral candidates and postdocs without a permanent position) to actively attend national and international analytical Conferences (i.e. with posters or lecture presentations on a topic of analytical chemistry), the Division provides annually a limited number of free - ie not tied to a Conference - scholarships are available. These can be requested at any time from Dr. Carina S. Kniep with the keyword "conference grant for analytical chemistry" at least three weeks before the start of the event. The complete application must include the following documents:
Maximum Grant Amounts
- national Conference up to 250 euros
- international Conference Europe up to 300 euros
- international Conference overseas up to 500 euros
Participation in one international or two national Conferences is funded per applicant and year.
The Division of Analytical Chemistry and its members benefit both professionally and financially from the success of the Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry (ABC) journal.
Young scientists (m / f / d) in analytical chemistry can apply for a scholarship for a stay of at least one month at a research institution abroad. Conversely, the scholarship can also be awarded to young researchers who are working abroad and who are planning a stay of at least one month in an analytical working group in Germany.
The aim of the publication grant is to support the completion of a joint publication by the participating research institutions, which must be submitted to the journal ABC for publication no later than six months after the end of the stay. The grant recipient must be the first author.
For a stay in the host institution, 500 euros per month, up to a maximum of 1000 euros, are granted. If the manuscript is accepted by ABC, a further 1,500 euros will be paid after publication.
The application is made under the keyword "Publication Grant ABC" by e-mail to Dr. Carina S. Kniep (GDCh Office) enclosing the following documents (summarized in a PDF document):
Before the grant is Division Board submits the description of the research content and the abstract to an ABC editor for professional opinion and assessment of the fit to ABC (see ?Aims and Scope?). The ABC editor informs the Division Board of its assessment. The awarding of the grant of the Division Board will decide. All submissions will be treated confidentially.
With the granting of the grant, the grant recipient undertakes to submit the manuscript to ABC magazine as the first author no later than six months after its completion.
The manuscript is submitted via the regular submission system of the journal. Please address the cover letter to Prof. Dr. Günter Gauglitz and include the following sentence: "This submission was supported by the Division of Analytical Chemistry of the German Chemical Society via a scholarship for finalizing a publication in a cooperation project."
The GDCh Office ( Dr. Carina S. Kniep ) must be informed of the submission of the manuscript and publication of the publication (Link / DOI).
The Board of the Division supports group excursions as part of the analytical training at universities and technical colleges with a grant of a maximum of 250 euros. The excursions must have a clear reference to analytics.
As the organizer of the excursion, please send your informal applications together with a brief description of the content to the GDCh Office ( M aike Fries ). After approval by the Board of the Division of the analytical chemistry Section , we require the following documents:
The amount will be paid after the required documents have been submitted.
The excursion should then be briefly presented in the Mitteilungsblatt of the Division .
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