Dr. France A. Córdova, Director of the National Science Foundation, and DFG President Peter Strohschneider
DFG Offices North America: Washington DC and New York City
The United States and Canada hold a special position in the context of the increasing internationalization of German research. The North America Office facilitates contact between scientists and researchers in Germany and North America, supports early-career researchers on a DFG fellowship in the region, and organizes outreach activities to showcase German research in the region.
Leibniz Prize recipient Brigitte Röder accepted the invitation of the DFG Office North America and offered the audience fascinating glimpses into her research work in her Leibniz Lecture, the seventh such lecture at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). Interner Linkmore
Urban growth, climate change, extreme weather — these are the severe threats to urban infrastructure and the challenges facing city planners and local policymakers. Experts discussed "smart cities" at an event at the DFG North America office. Interner Linkmore
An audience of several hundred listened to the Leibniz Lecture given by Professor Ivan Dikic, organised by the DFG Office North America together with the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health in Maryland (USA).
December 09-13, 2019
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA
German Partners in North America