Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship
The Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship (DLF) is awarded annually to a leading researcher to work on cutting-edge research at the interface between the humanities and/or social sciences on the one hand and the natural and/or technological sciences on the other. Distinguished Lorentz Fellows are nominated by prominent figures from within the Dutch academic community.
The DLF award includes a personal prize of €10,000, a residential fellowship of up to ten months at NIAS and a workshop at the Lorentz Center. The fellowship is by nomination only and is awarded once per year to a leading scientist working at a Dutch university or research institute.
- The Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship (max. 10mths) at NIAS includes accommodation (or local travel expenses up to max. 300 euro pm), lunches, study, research facilities (computer, library services etc).
- The DLF is eligible for teaching replacement funds equivalent to a senior stipend (max. €3800).
Scholars who are interested in the NIAS-Lorentz Program can find detailed information on the NIAS-Lorentz website.
Pivotal to the NIAS-Lorentz program is the understanding that important and exciting advances are to be expected in research at the interface of the Humanities and/or Social Sciences on the one hand and the Natural Sciences and/or Technological Sciences on the other. Topics of societal importance that require extensive collaboration across traditional scientific boundaries in order to progress are encouraged.