A number of one-to-three-year fellowships for outstanding newly appointed associate professors with international experience to establish an independent research group or environment, including the acquisition of research infrastructure (equipment, register data, etc.) and the formation of a national/international network. Webfond The application system is open 1 September - 1 October At the time of application, the applicant cannot be more than two years into his/her tenured position; assistant professors in tenure track are not eligible. The maximum grant amount is DKK 4,500,000. The grant may cover salaries for postdocs and PhD students. It is however a condition that enrolment of the PhD student at a Danish 'PhD school' is guaranteed. Application requirements: The application must be submitted through Webfond (application system) The following appendices must be uploaded with the application in pdf format (please note that other formats are not accepted): Project description Curriculum Vitae List of publications Budget Short description of the research group and its organisation (if relevant) Salary budget (if relevant) Quotes on instruments, register data, etc. (if relevant) National/international Network (if relevant) Project description The project description must not exceed two A4 pages (all included). Curriculum Vitae The CV (with photo) must not exceed three A4 pages. List of publications Senior researchers can limit their list of publications to the last five years. Budget An itemised budget for the amount applied for must be provided by filling in the Carlsberg Foundation’s budget template. If relevant: Short description of the research group and its organisation If relevant: Salary budget Along with the budget, please attach a separate salary confirmation signed by the host institution, certifying the accuracy of the salary applied for. If relevant: Quotes on instruments, register data, etc. Quotes on instruments, register data, etc. should be attached to the application. If relevant: National/international Network A specification of activities proposed (such as travels, meetings, symposia, conferences, etc.) and their costs in relation to forming a national and/or international research network.