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International Visiting Fellowships

This scheme enables research groups at Warwick to engage with distinguished, international researchers, including policy makers, representatives of the arts, business, government and industry. Visiting Fellows must be nominated by a Warwick academic and during their visit it is expected that the Fellow(s) will contribute to the wider activity of the university, engaging with a wide cross-section of the research community. For this reason it is expected that visits will last approx. 10 days however, Fellows can be hosted for up to 10 weeks. There are three calls per year. Further details and guidance are found in the Funding Guidelines document.

All applications to this scheme must now be uploaded through the Online Submission System.

"A number of future grant applications and collaborations are under discussion resulting directly from the visit" - International Visiting Fellowship 2014-2015

Selected recently awarded International Visiting Fellowships:

Dr Andrea Brunello (Jet Propulsion Theatre, Italy) Visited 18 - 27 January 2016

Nominated by Professor Simon A. Gilson and Dr Anna Pegoretti, School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Dr Andrea Brunello co-counded of JPT - Jet Propulsion Theatre - with the University of Trento - a project which aims to narrate science through theatre, and to enhance the general public’s understanding of both science and the people of science in a whole new way. All JPT productions are bilingual (English/Italian), and involve topics such as the principle of uncertainty, the notion of time, and climate change.


Professor Samuel Moyn (Harvard Univeristy USA) Visited 25 - 29 May 2015

Nominated by Dr Charles Walton, Department of History, Professor Samuel Moyn is a Professor of Law and History at Harvard University. During his visiting fellowship at IAS, Professor Moyn collaborated with the Human Rights Network project (‘Rights, Duties and the Politics of Obligation: Economic and Social Rights in History’) in examining the relationship between political economy and human rights around the mid 20th century. Professor Moyn’s network application to the Leverhulme Trust was awarded and he will be continuing the work begun during his IAS Fellowship at Warwick.