The next call for International Visiting Fellows will open in March 2020
Our International Visiting Fellowship Scheme is designed to attract leading researchers to Lincoln to undertake a significant programme of engagement with a wide cross-section of the University. The scheme, which runs twice a year, provides funding and administrative support for the University’s research groups to attract to Lincoln distinguished international researchers, including policymakers, representatives of the arts, business, government and industry. While the main aim of the scheme is to foster international research collaborations, we can also host Fellows based in the UK where their visit would enhance strategically important research areas at Lincoln.
Fellows are usually lodged at Rose House.
This accommodation is a fully furnished 3 bedroom apartment with study area, just a short walk from the University of Lincoln Main campus.
Professor John Nguyet Erni
Fung Hon Chu Endowed Chair of Humanics, Chair Professor in Humanities and Department Head
Host: Prof. Matthew Cragoe, PVC College of Arts
Professor Dick Bedeaux
Professor II, Department of Chemistry
Host: Prof. Andrei Zvelindovsky, HoS Maths & Physics