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IV. Quarter 2020

Online Informationsevent „AI research careers in Germany“

“Research in Germany” at the NeurIPS 2020 online conference

(18.12.20) For the first time, the “Research in Germany” initiative presented the German research landscape to the international community in the field of artificial intelligence at this year’s virtual NeurIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) conference with a virtual information booth and an online seminar.

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“Research in Germany” at the NeurIPS 2020 online conference

(26.11.20) Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic this year’s Conference on Neural Information Processings Systems will be held online.


 

III. Quarter 2020

Virtual "Research in Germany" makes an appearance at the annual conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)

(09.09.20) The annual conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) was held between 24 and 28/08/2020. It was attended by over 2200 participants from around the world, who seized the opportunity of virtual learning and exchange in the field of political science. The Research in Germany initiative contributed to various agenda items at the virtual conference.

“Research in Germany” at the virtual MSE Congress 2020

(21.08.20) Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and following their many predecessors, the German Materials Society (DGM) has decided to hold their Congress on Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) as a web conference this year. The "Research in Germany" initiative also will be there to present the German research landscape through various online formats.

“Research in Germany” at the 14th ECPR General Conference

(22.07.20) Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual General Conference of the “European Consortium for Political Research” (ECPR) has switched to an online format. The Initiative “Research in Germany” will participate and provide international researchers with subject-related information about the German research landscape and funding opportunities.

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Research in Germany goes online for the first time for Japan Geoscience Union (JpGU) – American Geophysical Union (AGU) Joint Meeting 2020

(22.07.20) Instead of coming together in late May 2020 in the Japanese metropolis of Chiba, more than 5000 international geoscientists connected virtually from their home offices from 12 to 16 July. The Research in Germany initiative presented a subject-specific overview of the German research landscape.

“Research in Germany” at the ACS Fall 2020 Virtual Meeting & Expo

(22.07.20) Due to the COVID19 pandemic, the Fall Meeting of the American Chemical Society will be held exclusively online. Scientists from around the globe will come together virtually to network and present their latest research results. The "Research in Germany" initiative also will be there to present the German research landscape through various online formats.

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Virtual Research in Germany Appearance at the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE) World Conference

(22.07.20) The joint EALE SOLE AASLE World Conference was held virtually for the first time between 25 and 27 June. Participants from all over the world had the opportunity to exchange information online in the field of labour market research. The Research in Germany initiative provided information about funding and research opportunities in Germany during an online session.

First virtual joint Research in Germany appearance at the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) Virtual Forum

(21.07.20) The European specialist neuroscience conference was held as an online event for the first time from 11 to 15 June 2020. More than 500 neuroscientists from all over the world registered for the event. The Research in Germany initiative participated alongside Graduate Schools and research networks under the name “Neuroscience in Germany”.

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„Research in Germany“ at the virtual meeting of the „Japan Geoscience Union“ (JpGU) and the „American Geophysical Union“ (AGU)

(02.07.20) As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the “JpGU – AGU Joint Meeting 2020“ will be held exclusively online. Geoscientists from around the globe will come together virtually from July 12 to 16 to network and present their latest research results. The "Research in Germany" initiative will be there too, in order to present the German research landscape through various online formats.


 

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“Research in Germany” at the FENS 2020 Virtual Forum

(24.06.20) The FENS Forum 2020, Europe’s largest international neuroscience conference, has switched to its first ever-online format on July 11-15, 2020. The Initiative “Research in Germany” will participate as an exhibitor with a virtual booth. Together with several German research institutions it will provide information about research and funding opportunities in the field of neuroscience in Germany via chats and downloads.

“Research in Germany” at the virtual ”European Association of Labour Economists” World Conference (EALE) for the first time

(22.06.20) Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual “European Association of Labour Economists” World Conference has switched to an online format. The Initiative “Research in Germany” will participate and provide international researchers with subject-related information about the German research landscape and funding opportunities on June 26.

“Research in Germany” at the Virtual Annual Meeting II of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) on June 22-24

(25.05.20) Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research, the largest meeting for cancer science and medicine worldwide originally scheduled in April 2020, has switched to an online-format only.

The Initiative “Research in Germany” will participate as an exhibitor in the AACR Virtual Meeting II on June 22-24. On our page in the Exhibitor Virtual Hall, you can find information about the research landscape and funding opportunities in the field of cancer research in Germany.


 

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“Research in Germany” at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) 2020

(18.02.20) Once again, the “Research in Germany” initiative will attend the annual March Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS). At the “Research in Germany” Information Booth, numerous German institutions will provide information about research, funding and career opportunities in the field of physics. A Science Café offers international scientists the opportunity to network in a casual atmosphere.


 

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