“Research in Germany” at the ACS National Meeting & Exposition - Nanoscience, Nanotechnology & Beyond

19 Aug 2018 - 23 Aug 2018
German Research Foundation, DFG
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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During the 2018 Fall Meeting of the American Chemical Society (August 19 through August 23, 2018 in Boston, MA), the governmental initiative “Research in Germany” will present a broad range of universities and non-university research institutes that excel in the field of basic chemical research. With an expected 12,000 participants and 250 exhibitors, the ACS Fall Meeting is an ideal platform for the “Research in Germany” initiative to feature highlights of Germany as one of the world’s leading countries for chemistry and to point out the programs through which international students, and faculty can become part of it. At booth #2025 on the exhibition floor, “Research in Germany” will be showcasing funding options for researchers of all career levels, for instance mobility programs of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH), the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and programs for international collaboration provided by the German Research Foundation (DFG). Furthermore, there will be information about top German universities and non-university research institutes such as Max Planck Institutes and institutes of the Fraunhofer Society, examples of excellence in chemical research such as the Collaborative Research Center “3MET” and last but not least an entryway into the German chemical industry through the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh).

On Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 3:45 pm, “Research in Germany” will invite to a Science Café at the Exhibitor Workshop Theater on the exhibition floor that will highlight some of the world’s most exciting places to do chemical research and present testimonials of successful study & research stays in Germany. The attendance to this event is free of charge, but you need a conference badge for the exhibition floor only or for the whole conference to entry the exhibition hall.

More information:


Stefan Altevogt
German Research Foundation, DFG
DFG Office New York
Tel.: +1 (212) 339-7137

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