You are in­ter­es­ted in a re­search stay....

The Max Planck In­sti­tu­te for for­eign and in­ter­na­tion­al Crim­in­al Law in Freiburg at­tracts re­search­ers from all over the world by of­fer­ing ex­cel­lent pos­sib­il­it­ies to real­ise in­di­vidu­al re­search pro­jects in the fields of crim­in­al law, crim­in­al pro­ced­ure and crim­in­o­logy in a lim­ited peri­od of time. The prox­im­ity to the Al­bert Lud­wig Uni­versity of Freiburg and the close co­op­er­a­tion with it en­sures moreover a par­tic­u­lar in­tens­ive sup­port for the re­search­ers of the In­sti­tu­te.

Re­ceiv­ing many in­ter­na­tion­al ap­plic­a­tions for a re­search stay, the In­sti­tu­te un­for­tu­nately has to re­strict the ad­mit­ted num­ber of guest re­search­ers caused by the lim­ited in­fra­struc­ture (e.g. avail­ab­il­ity of re­search places and the edp re­sources). There­fore an early ap­plic­a­tion for the very pop­u­lar sum­mer time from June un­til Au­gust is highly re­com­men­ded.

The In­sti­tu­te aims to con­sider those ap­plic­ants, sub­mit­ting a re­search plan that on one hand fits the re­search pro­gram of the In­sti­tu­te and on the oth­er hand let ex­pect a very prom­ising stay.

Reg­u­larly or­gan­ized lec­ture act­iv­it­ies provide the guest re­search­ers a frame to present their re­search res­ults to a com­pet­ent audi­en­ce. This op­por­tun­ity is wel­come to be fol­lowed by dis­cus­sions with the Dir­ect­ors, re­search col­legues or oth­er guests.

In com­pli­ance with the in­struc­tion of the Max Planck So­ci­ety the In­sti­tu­te con­cludes with all ar­riv­ing guest re­search­ers a guest res­id­en­cy agree­ment  for the dur­a­tion of the planned re­search stay.

For your stay we of­fer the fol­low­ing con­cep­tions:

Guest researcher    (dur­a­tion longer than 5 days)