Students Researchers

Wednesday, April 17, 2013 to Thursday, April 25, 2013

Organisation

This International German Alumni Summer School is being organised by the Centre for Tropical  and   Sub-tropical  Agriculture  and  forestry  (CeTSAF)  and  the  Department  of Conservation Biology,  Georg-August University of Goettingen, in collaboration with the School  of  Environmental  Sciences,  Jawaharlal  Nehru  University,  New  Delhi,  India.  The Summer School is being funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), and is a part of the Quality Networks, Biodiversity, Modul 2 Alumni Capacity Building Program.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Join us at 15:00 hrs for all you need to know about study and research in Germany.

Register yourself by writing to bangalore@daadindia.org. Confirmation of your registration will be sent on the 4th of February.

Monday, February 18, 2013 to Saturday, February 23, 2013

International Workshop at Ellora, Maharashtra, India
18-23 February 2013

Organised by the South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg

A Collaborative Project of the Indian Council for Historical Research (ICHR)
& the - German Research Foundation (DFG)

MPG together with Indian Embassy presents
on
29 January 2013, 7 pm
at
Indian Embassy│Tiergartenstraße 17│10785 Berlin
a Lecture by
Prof. Siegfried Bethke, Director at Max Planck Institute of Physics, Munich and Germany’s scientific representative on the CERN Council

Afterwards in discussion with
Dr. Christoph Lehner, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, coordinator of the project History and Foundations of Quantum Physics

Moderated by Ralf Krauter, Deutschlandfunk

The discussion will be followed by a reception.

For security reasons we kindly request your registration until January 23rd by mail: mpgberlin@gv.mpg.de

Please plan sufficient time for the security controls and bring your passport!

The Institute for Geophysics and Meteorology of the University of Cologne invites applications for full‐time Experienced Researcher (post‐doc) position in ITARS, an EU‐funded Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN).
For more information http://itars.uni-koeln.de/index.php/ita-jobs

The PDF File can be found here:

Saturday, February 9, 2013

In a nutshell -
Day and date: Saturday, 9th February 2013
Registration:9 - 9 30 am
Programme:9 30 am - 2 pm
Venue: Auditorium, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT),Uppal Road, Tarnaka, Hyderabad- 500 007
The venue has limited seating capacity. Participation will be possible on first come first served basis!

The programme encompasses extensive information on Germany as a destination for study and research, English medium Bachelor, Master and PhD programmes, the German university system, low tuition fees, funding and scholarships as well as the application procedures. The German Consulate Chennai will inform about the visa application process and answer individual questions. Professors from Germany and India will share their insider’s perspective on study and research in Germany and be available for discussion. The Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad will inform about ways to learn German in India.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 to Friday, January 25, 2013

As the world population increases and adopt lifestyles that are more energy intensive, different sectors such as industries, transport, agriculture, and residential also expand to meet their increasing demands. The pressure of this expansion falls on the energy sector which is primarily based on the limited stock of fossil fuels. The need to shift towards cleaner and renewable sources of energy all across the world has been recognized by many nations. This must be supported by research and innovation for tapping renewables and also to develop alternate technologies for efficient utilization of energy. This realization came early in Germany, as they make road maps to exploit a variety of renewable energy sources to meet the energy demands of the nation.

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

As the world population increases and adopt lifestyles that are more energy intensive, different sectors such as industries, transport, agriculture, and residential also expand to meet their increasing demands. The pressure of this expansion falls on the energy sector which is primarily based on the limited stock of fossil fuels. The need to shift towards cleaner and renewable sources of energy all across the world has been recognized by many nations. This must be supported by research and innovation for tapping renewables and also to develop alternate technologies for efficient utilization of energy. This realization came early in Germany, as they make road maps to exploit a variety of renewable energy sources to meet the energy demands of the nation.

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