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Alexander von Humboldt Fellowships (AAU)

Promote academic cooperation between excellent scientists and scholars from abroad and from Germany. Our research fellowships and research awards allow you to come to Germany to work on a research project you have chosen yourself together with a host and collaborative partner. If you are a scientist or scholar from Germany you can profit from our support and carry out a research project abroad as a guest of one of about 23,000 Humboldt Foundation alumni worldwide - the Humboldtians. As an intermediary organisation for German foreign cultural and educational policy we promote international cultural dialogue and academic exchange.

If you would like to become a member of the Humboldt Family, only one thing counts: your own excellent performance. There are no quotas, neither for individual countries, nor for particular academic disciplines. Our selection committees comprise academics from all fields of specialisation and they make independent decisions, based solely on the applicant’s academic record. We support people, not projects. After all, even in times of increasing teamwork, it is the individual’s ability and dedication that are decisive for academic success.


Previous UH Winners:

Arturo Hernandez, 2007
Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Amold Guloy, 2004
Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Jonathan Snow, 1996
Assistant Professor
Department of Geosciences
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Rigoberto Advincula, 1995
Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Donald Kouri, 1995
Professor
Department of Chemistry
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
David Brenner, 1993
Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Modern and Classical Languages
Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Victor Hadjiev, 1991
Research Scientist
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Cullen College of Engineering
Alexander Litvinchuk, 1990
Research Associate Professor
Academic
Natural Sciences and Mathematics