The Bauhaus Research School funds the international visibility of the research achievements of our young researchs, artsits and designers. We provide grants for the use of translation and proofreading services for foreign-language texts of publications for doctoral candidates of the Bauhaus Universität Weimar.
Applications can be submitted until 30 September 2020.
The commissioning of a translation or proofreading service has to be completed until 31.12.2020.
Only doctoral candidates enrolled at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar are eligible for funding. The prerequisite is the acceptance for the doctorate by the Doctoral Candidate Admissions Board of the respective faculty. Doctoral candidates who have already completed the oral examination as part of their defense are no longer eligible for funding.
- Funding will be provided for texts that are envisaged to be published by the applicant as main author in a language other than his/her mother tongue.
- The following text forms can be submitted for funding: Articles (full papers), extended abstracts, essays, reviews in journals, monographs, contributions to collective works, conference contributions and publications in connection with exhibits. Doctoral theses are not eligible for funding.
- The envisaged publication must have comprehensible relevance to the doctorate.
- The maximum funding available is max. 300,00 Euro for translations and max. 200,00 Euro Proofreading Services.
- The Bauhaus Research School does not award funding for any costs also being covered by third parties. The applicant is obliged to inform the Bauhaus Research School of any other funding awarded and/or approved or denied by third parties (e.g. faculty, foundations).
- Funding cannot be awarded for publications relating to projects commissioned by third parties.
Applications (in German or English) can be submitted until 30. September 2020 by using the online form with document upload. The signed CV of the applicant must be attached to the application as a PDF file via the file upload of the online form. In the case of joint publications, the first author must be the applicant.
Once all applications have been received, the Bauhaus Research School will decide on the allocation of funds together with representatives of the directorate of the Bauhaus Research School. Applicants will be informed of the decision by e-mail. The budget principles of economy and cost effectiveness apply.
- Relevance of the publication to your doctorate
- Need for proofreading or translation
- International focus of the publication medium
- Availablility of the university's budget
- The principle of funding diversity applies (funding of various doctoral candidates instead of funding of two and more publications of one doctoral candidate).
The grant awarded will be reimbursed after duly submitting the corresponding original invoice and proof of submission of the publication. Proof of submission can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, by post or in-person to the Bauhaus Research School, Dr Franziska Matthes, Marienstr. 14, 99423 Weimar, Germany.
- Pursuant to Art. 6 para. 1 of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Bauhaus Research School will process the data that grant applicants provide in the grant application form exclusively for the purpose of awarding grants. It will be processed internally and will not be passed on to any third parties. Specifically, processing is necessary to implement pre-contractual measures, fulfil a legal obligation, and perform a task that is in the public interest. In the event that a grant is approved, the project title and name of the grant applicant will be published on the Bauhaus Research School website and, where applicable, in other media of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar (e.g. newsletter, online journal, etc.).
- The responsible party in the sense of GDPR and other national data protection laws of the member states as well as other statutory data protection provisions is: Dr. Franziska Matthes, Bauhaus Research School, Marienstr. 14, 99423 Weimar Tel.: +49 (0) 36 43/58 41 05, Email: ipid[at]uni-weimar.de.
- The responsible party’s data protection officer is: Dipl.-Ing. Jens-Uwe Wagner, Coudraystr. 7, Room 515, 99423 Weimar Tel.: +49 (0) 36 43/58 42 33, Email: datenschutz[at]uni-weimar.de
- The data collected in the grant application form will be deleted after twenty (20) years if funding is approved and after ten (10) years if funding is denied.
- Grant applicants and recipients have the right to information, right to rectification, right to restrict processing, right to erasure, right to notification, and right to object in accordance with the legal provisions. Irrespective of any other administrative or legal remedies, they moreover have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.