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Emmy Noether Programme

The Emmy Noether Programme supports researchers in achieving independence at an early stage of their scientific careers. Postdocs gain the qualifications required for a university teaching career during a DFG-funded period, usually lasting five years, in which they lead their own independent junior research group.

As a rule, researchers who have acquired between two and four years of postdoctoral research experience are eligible to apply. Applicants must have international research experience.

GEPRIS – German Project Information System

The following excerpt from Gepris shows the independent junior research groups funded currently and in the past under the Emmy Noether Programme. The details include information about the group leaders, the funded projects and the disciplines under which they are classified.

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