Cesar A. Mujica Martinez from Colombia is specialised in physical implementations in quantum computing. Funded by the DAAD the PhD student at Hamburg University takes part in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
According to a new ranking by the Humboldt Foundation, the Freie Universitaet (FU) and Humboldt-Universitaet Berlin (HU), LMU Muenchen, the University of Bonn and Technische Universitaet Muenchen are the most popular universities with foreign researchers in Germany.
Software giant SAP, reinforcement specialist Haeussler Innovation and measuring instrument manufacturer NanoTemper Technologies have been appointed the winners of the German Innovation Prize 2012 for forward-looking technologies developed by German companies.
For the second time, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation launches the ideas competition "Research alumni of German universities" and invites universities in Germany to submit ideas for active and sustainable cooperation with their research alumni.
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH), the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the German Research Foundation (DFG) and Fraunhofer joined forces and organised various events in India to strengthen and expand R&D collaboration.
In 2012, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is awarding the Georg Forster Research Award to four outstanding researchers from developing and emerging countries. The new prize honours researchers whose work is helping to solve development policy challenges.
The German High Tech Champions Competition by Fraunhofer supports technology developers and calls for application-oriented proposals in the field of Energy Efficient Building to be presented at an international forum for GreenTech.
The Federal Government has formulated fundamental goals in ten forward-looking projects of this kind to provide answers to global challenges. The result is a new action plan that concretises Germany's High-Tech Strategy.
German researchers have developed a special spectrometer to quickly and easily test the quality of food while shopping so that potential buyers will know whether fruit, vegetables, cheese and meat are up to scratch.
Researchers at Chemnitz University of Technology have developed loudspeakers that can be printed on standard paper. They have a good sound quality, are incredibly robust and can be produced by printing at a very low cost.
The Euroscience Open Forum includes a science programme of workshops and debates on the latest science and technology, a careers programme for young researchers and an exhibition to showcase European research.
Naturejobs Career Expo is a highend career fair that attracted scientists from the life sciences, medical sciences, chemistry and physics sectors and aims to introduce young researchers to potential new employers.
The Forum of FENS is the opportunity to get in touch with renowned scientists and to discuss the developments in brain research. The "Research in Germany"-events invite scientists to discover what Germany offers in the field of neuroscience.