“Research in Germany” at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) 2019!
(29.01.19) At the heart of Europe, Germany is one of the best destinations for cutting-edge research in the field of physics. Why not consider a research stay in Germany or starting your independent research group at one of the leading German physics institutions? Join us at the “Research in Germany” booth at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society in Boston and explore research, funding and collaboration opportunities that Germany can offer you in the field of physics.
- Visit us at the “Research in Germany Information Booth” on March 4-8 during exhibition hours (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC, booth #635, #637, #639 and #641): Learn more about research and career opportunities in German physics from representatives of various German funding organizations such as
the Externer LinkAlexander von Humboldt Foundation,
the Externer LinkGerman Academic Exchange Service,
the Externer LinkFraunhofer Society
and the Interner LinkGerman Research Foundation.
Get in touch with major German research institutions like
the newly founded Clusters of Excellence,
the Externer LinkMax Planck Society
or with scientists from German universities organized within the Externer LinkDeutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (German Physical Society).
- Join the “Research in Germany Science Lunch” on Wednesday, March 6, 12 pm- 2 pm (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Exhibitor Theater): Talk individually to internationally renowned scientists working in Germany as well as to alumni and representatives from the above German funding organizations. Discuss your specific questions about German research in physics and funding opportunities with them. Take the opportunity to network and mingle while enjoying complimentary refreshments.
Attendance is open to all registered visitors and participants of the American Physical Society March Meeting 2019 and is especially recommended to PhDs, Postdocs and junior scientists. Seating is limited and available space will be filled on the basis of first-come, first-serve.
We look forward to seeing you!
For further information please contact
- Stefan Altevogt,
DFG Office North America NY
phone +1 (212) 339-7137,
Link auf E-MailStefan.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Annina Lottermann,
DFG Head Office Germany
phone +49 (228) 885-2802,
Link auf E-Mailannina.email@example.com