Lindau Laureate Meetings 2020

Once in a lifetime opportunity.

Honoris United Universities in Partnership with the Lindau Laureate Meetings is pleased to announce the Call for Talented REGENT BUSINESS SCHOOL Students and Alumni to participate internationally as delegates at the renowned Nobel Laureate Meetings in Lindau, Germany in June-July 2020 and August 2020.

The closing date for applications is 14 October 2019.

The partnership allows Honoris United Universities to nominate up to 10 (Ten) students from its partnering institutions to attend the annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings in Germany. During these meetings, students have the unique opportunity of meeting, listening and interacting with Nobel Laureates across various disciplines. (A Nobel Laureate is a person or organisation awarded the Nobel Prize)

The first of these meetings which takes place from 28 June – 3 July 2020 is dedicated to Chemistry, Physics and Physiology/Medicine, with a particular focus on interdisciplinarity. The second of these meetings in Economic Sciences will take place in August 2020.

In both of these meetings, Nobel Laureates will congregate in Lindau to meet the next generation of leading scientists and researchers. Approximately 600 excellent young researchers from all over the globe will get the unique chance to meet to participate in these meetings. These young participants will be recruited worldwide among (1) undergraduate students, (2) masters and doctoral students and (3) young post-doctoral scientists from the above mentioned fields and related disciplines.

The programmes for both these opportunities feature a broad variety of content including:

  • Lectures on the significance of Nobel Prize winning research
  • Presentation of latest research findings
  • Talks on specialised research topics

The aim of the meetings’ various sessions and social activities is determined by the guiding principle “Educate. Inspire. Connect”. These meetings thus provide ample opportunities for young researchers to learn from outstanding scientists and to get valuable insight into the scope of a researcher’s life, to find inspiration from one another and to connect through ideas and friendship.
There are very specific criteria for the candidates to be eligible to apply to the Lindau Nobel laureate Committee. All nominated participants shall:

  • Show a genuine interest and engagement in their chosen fields of study and research.
  • Show excellence in their principal field of studies and in addition show a commitment to interdisciplinary work, documented for example by double degrees or interdisciplinary projects in their research work.
  • Receive very strong support in their application by their academic advisor and/or by an internationally renowned scientist, who knows the applicant well; a detailed letter of recommendation is indispensable for the application.
  • Deliver a comprehensive CV together with their application (as an attachment).
  • Be fluent in English and prepared to actively participate in discussions with laureates and young scientists.
  • Belong to the top 5 percent of their class.
  • Normally not have a permanent position as this is a criterion for exclusion except in special cases.
  • Be not older than 35 years of age at the date of the meeting with exceptions for special cases (e.g. Maternity leave).
  • Not have participated in a previous Lindau meeting.
  • Deliver fully completed applications in their online profiles on or before the deadline of 14 October 2019 (responsibility of the nominated individuals; incomplete applications will not be considered).
  • Commit yourselves to b present in Lindau for the full duration of the meetings.

How to apply

If you are interested in taking part in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings,
REGENT BUSINESS SCHOOL you to submit your detailed CV and a Motivation Letter by Monday 14 October 2019. The introduction to your CV should include details as listed below:

*Please specify the Programme you are applying for (e.g. the meeting which takes place from 28 June – 3 July 2020 and is dedicated to Chemistry, Physics and Physiology/Medicine Or the meeting in Economic Sciences will take place in August 2020)

Success Story

Read Esther Duflo’s inspiring story and how her work has allowed poor communities in their fight to eradicate poverty. She is the youngest recipient of a Nobel Prize for economics.

If you are a student of REGENT BUSINESS SCHOOL and would like to meet with and be inspired by Nobel Laureates like Esther at the Nobel Laureate Meeting 2020 in Lindau, Germany, apply here now: https://bit.ly/33cVq6L

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