PICAIS publishes calls for Event Funding at the University of Passau twice a year.
The new application deadlines for 2022 are as follows:
Call 1 ends on Tuesday, March 15.
Call 2 ends on Monday, October 17, 2022,
each for event funding during the years 2022 and 2023.
The second call for 2022 is now open.
Please find all relevant information of our first call, which ended mid September, in the following four documents, which will be renewed for 2022 shortly:
- Call: PICAIS Event Funding Programme
- Application Form
- Leaflet: Flat Fees (for section D of your application)
- Funding Guidelines
Please check the information on this page again before submitting your application.
Contact: PICAIS office
Please be aware that event planning has to follow the "Repräsentationsrichtlinien" of the University of Passau. Here you can find information on the usage of funds for e.g. catering and hospitality. These regulations are only available in German. If you need help with comprehension, please contact email@example.com.
- Applicants must have a doctoral degree.
At least one of the applicants must be a member of the University of Passau.
- Special consideration is given to proposals submitted by and/or involving early career researchers as well as internationally competitive alliances.
- The involvement of international speakers is particularly welcome.
Which event types, subjects and/or topics?
- All forms of academic events (e.g. conferences, lecture series, symposia, seminars, summer schools and workshops) to be held at the University of Passau that
- facilitate excellent research and initiate or promote enhance cooperation networking.
- Participants may include scholars from one specific discipline or a mix of many disciplines.
- Open to all disciplines, topics and methodological traditions
PICAIS especially seeks to sponsor events that are related to one of the University’s guiding themes, whereby proposals for interdisciplinary scholarly events are preferred:
1 Europe and Global Transformation
2 Migration, Sustainable Development, and Just Order
3 Digitalisation, Networked Society, and (Internet) Culture
The funding scheme is predominantly set up as partial funding and subsidy (‘Beihilfe’ in German), i.e. it is possible that the funds cover only part of the costs, in which case complementary funding will have to be provided by the applicants.