• Science Cooperation

    Germany and Israel have developed a distinctive multilevel structure for their research and innovation partnership. The collaboration topics cover a wide field, but are simultaneously very focused. more: Science Cooperation.

  • Funding

    Excellent research should be funded. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and its associate ministries provide the main funds for Israeli-German cooperation projects. Beside their normal offerings, funding organisations also provide special funding programmes for bilateral cooperation. more: Funding.

  • Researchscapes

    Both Germany and Israel have highly developed and differentiated researchscapes. A summary of the German and Israeli research systems follows. more: Researchscapes.

  • News

    Find news about German-Israeli cooperation in science, research, innovation and education.
     more: News.

→ Calls

→ German-Israeli Project Cooperation (DIP): 25th Call for Proposals 

deadline: 31 March 2021

The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) manages the programme 'German-Israeli Project Cooperation' (DIP) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The BMBF provides the funding, while the DFG has all scientific and administrative responsibility. Only 7 institutions in Israel (5 universities + Technion and WIS) are eligble to submit proposals which may come from all fields of science and research. Proposals shall be so designed as to be carried out in close cooperation between the Israeli and the German project partners.

→ Young Scientists Exchange Program (YSEP)

continuous | no deadline

In order to encourage young scientists to engage themselves in the Water Technology Research Program in the framework of the German-Israeli Cooperation, BMBF and MOST have initiated a young scientists exchange program in 1999. The program is open to Israeli and German diploma/M.Sc.-students, post graduates, doctoral degree students, and post doctorates candidates who wish to spend a training period in Israel or Germany for up to 6 month, but not less than 1 month.