Individual Grants Programmes - A How-To Guide
Step by step through the DFG grant process: In our How-to-guide you find clearly information on individual funding, a programme comparison, a checklist, helpful tips and pointers. Interner Linkmore
Ongoing Calls for Proposals
- Interner LinkPriority Programme “Energy Efficient Power Electronics ‘GaNius’” (SPP 2312)
(Information for Researchers No. 77 | 2 October 2023)
- Interner LinkUrsula M. Händel Animal Welfare Prize
(Information for Researchers No. 70 | 24 August 2023)
- Interner LinkArgentinean-German Collaboration in Research
(Information for Researchers No. 67 | 14 August 2023)
The Head Office of the DFG employs 850 members of staff and is based in Bonn. It has an office in Berlin plus foreign offices in India, Japan, Latin America, North America and Russia.
FAQs on submitting proposals to funding programmes
The FAQs were compiled to assist prospective applicants in submitting proposals to the DFG. They provide information on various DFG funding programmes and serve to complement existing guidelines and instructions. Interner Linkmore
Good Scientific Practice
How self-monitoring in the scientific and academic community counters misconduct. Interner Linkmore
Promoting Equal Opportunity
How the DFG works to support gender equality in science and academia. Interner Linkmore
How the DFG supports open access to scientific literature and other materials. Interner Linkmore
Handling of Research Data
Research data are an essential basis for scientific work.
National Research Data Infrastructure
In setting up and funding the NFDI, the DFG is responsible for selecting and evaluating the consortia.
The aim is to strengthen Germany as an outstanding place for research and to improve its interna-
tional competitiveness. Interner Linkmore