The membership within HEiKA is individual. Every interested scientist has to apply for it in written form.
- Every scientist of the University of Heidelberg and the KIT who works in or applies for joint projects can be a member
- The joint projects do not have to be funded necessarily only by HEiKA
- A membership is a precondition for the application of funding by HeiKA. If necessary, a memebership can be applied for together with the submission of the project proposal.
- Both applicants have to be members; a membership of other project members is not mandatory, but welcome
- Members of HEiKA are allowed to use scientific facilities in both partner institutions
- Members report to the Board of Directors about their scientific activities within HEiKA
- Members may suggest new topics for research within HEiKA
- Twice a year a meeting of all members will take place to discuss the research performed within the HEiKA research bridges. The Board of Directors will inform about the development of HEiKA.