For Guest Researchers

This section is meant to support the scientist's stay at the Institute from the inception until the review of the results. Those who feel familiar with the Institute may prefer to directly login as an organizer or participant.

In order to get an overview of this year's complete scientific program please see the annual schedules.



Prepare your stay: information for invited researchers

Once you have been invited to Oberwolfach this section provides important information for you: Registration, visa application, travel information, practical hints, special requirements, child support etc. Please, carefully read these pages on how to prepare your stay.

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During your stay: facilities and infrastructure

The basis for the successful realisation of the research programs is an excellent infrastructure. This section provides information on the facilities you can use during your stay, like for example the library, IT and communication facilities, and facilities for recreation.

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After your stay: documentation of results

The results of both meetings and long term stays are documented in different publications. Please inform yourself on how to contribute to publications and take advantage of them after your stay.

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Programs and support for early career researchers

The Institute is very committed to the promotion of early career researchers. This section provides information on special programs and grants as well as additional services.

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Check your eligibility for grants

Depending on the scientific program you are participating in, we are able to offer several grants covering travel expenses. Please find details on how you can apply in the overview of grants.

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Statement for respect and collegiality

It is one of our guiding principles to provide a welcoming and supportive environment for all. We are committed to fostering an atmosphere of respect, collegiality, and sensitivity - an atmosphere which supports the initiation and free development of new ideas in mathematical research. Please, help us in this effort and consider our statement for respect and collegiality

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Do you have any more questions that have not have been answered so far?

More information can be found in the FAQ section.

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