IRS – International Research Space

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Contact

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Susanne Römmer

ERS Administratorin

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+49 241 80 20794

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Within the IRS, funds will be awarded to support scientific cooperation with international partners of strategic interest to RWTH including emerging and developing scientific communities. Funding formats are:

 

IRS Seed Funds

IRS Seed Funds are ERS projects with international partners, who are expected to provide matching funds. Projects can either be proposed by the researchers to support collaborations with international partners or (possibly topic-) specific calls can be published to foster collaborations with strategic partners of RWTH.

 

Theodore-von-Kármán-Fellowship – Incoming Scientists

Theodore von Kármán Fellowship – Incoming Scientists

Recognized researchers from all over the world have the opportunity to complete a research project at RWTH; stays may vary in duration from one week to several months. Further information and terms and conditions of participations

Theodore-von-Kármán-Fellowship – Outgoing Scientists

To further promote the internationalization of the University, RWTH scholars can spend a period of research abroad at a foreign university. Further information and terms and conditions of participations.

 

Theodore-von-Kármán-Fellowship – Outgoing Scientists

 

*** IRS Seed Fund Alberta ***

SFUoA001 – Impurities in Natural Graphite: Properties and Implications

RWTH Aachen, Institute of Mineral Resources Engineering:

  • Prof. Dr. Bernd Lottermoser
  • Dr. Ramil Gainov
  • Leonard Krebbers, M.SC.

University of Alberta, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

  • Prof. Dr. Daniel Alessi
  • Dr. Salman Safarimohsenabad

Abstract

RWTH Aachen

  • Prof. Michael Leuchner
    Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Physische Geographie und Klimatologie

University of Alberta

  • Prof. Arturo Sanchez-Azofeifa
    Alberta Centre for Earth Observation Sciences (CEOS)

Agrosphere Institute IBG-3 of the ForschungsZentrum Jülich

  • Dr. Heye Bogena
  • Dr. Alexander Graf

Abstract

SFUoA006 – Maternal Gatekeeping and Attachment Insecurity as Barriers to Fatherhood Flourishing

RWTH Aachen

  • Prof. Bettina Wiese
    Institute of Psychology (IfP)

University of Alberta

  • Prof. Dr. Matthew Johnson
    Department of Human Ecology

Abstract

SFUoA009 – "FInD MoTIONS" Fluid Interface Design: Morphology Tailoring with Immiscibles in Open Network Structures

RWTH Aachen

  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Wessling
    Chair of Chemical Process Engineering (CVT)

University of Alberta

  • Peichun Amy Tsai, Ph.D., P.En.
    Canada Research Chair in Fluids and Interfaces

Abstract

SFUoA011 – Identification of regulatory mechanisms involved in the postnatal establishment of epithelial-microbial homeostasis using comparative functional multi-omics

RWTH Aachen

  • Prof. Mathias Hornef
    Lehrstuhl für Medizinische Mikrobiologie (Mibi)
  • Dr. Aline Dupont
    Lehrstuhl für Medizinische Mikrobiologie (Mibi)

University of Alberta

  • Prof. Leluo Guan
    Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Science
  • Nilusha Malmuthuge, Ph.D.
    Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Science

Abstract

SFUoA013 – Artificial intelligence (AI) as a socio-technical system in Germany and Canada - an interdisciplinary and intercultural comparison

RWTH Aachen

  • Dr. phil. Jacqueline Lemm
    Chair of Sociology of Technology and Organization (STO)

University of Alberta

  • Prof. Rich Sutton
    AITF Chair in Reinforcement Learning and Artifical Intelligence
  • Prof. Michael Bowling
    AITF Chair in Reinforcement Learning and Artifical Intelligence

Abstract

SFUoA016 – Improved real time material characterization using multivariate geostatistical modelling with multi-spectral imaging

RWTH Aachen

  • Prof. Elisabeth Clausen
    Institute for Advanced Mining Technologies (AMT)
  • Rudrajit Mitra, PhD
    Institute for Advanced Mining Technologies (AMT)
  • Devrim Gürsel, MSc
    Institute for Advanced Mining Technologies (AMT)

University of Alberta

  • Prof. Jeff Boisvert
    Mining and Petroleum Engineering

Abstract