DLF: How to nominate
The deadline for nominations for the DLF 2017/18 is 15 October 2016. The call is now closed. The next call will open August 2017.
What does a nomination consist of?
- The nomination letter
- Title and brief description of the intended DLF research project (max. 1 page) that bridges the divides between scientific disciplines from the Humanities and/or Social Sciences and the Natural Sciences and/or Technological Sciences. The description should be explicit on how the research project will encourage research at the cutting edge of these different scientific areas and describe the possible societal impact as well as plans for one or more publications.
- Outline of the Lorentz Center workshop (guidelines found here) related to the above topic (max. 2 pages).
- Curriculum Vitae of the nominee (max. 3 pages).
- Short list of the nominee’s most important publications (max. 10 publications).
Nominations will be evaluated by the NIAS-Lorentz Advisory Board. Nominees and nominators will be informed within six weeks of the deadline. All nominations will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.
The DLF winner will be invited to NIAS to discuss further plans with the Rector of NIAS and the Director of the Lorentz Center. The DLF will be asked to submit a full NIAS-Lorentz workshop proposal at a later date.
Last updated: 17/10/2016