At Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, young researchers receive funding from a variety of institutions:
DFG Emmy Noether Groups ...
ERC Starting Grants ...
Young academic grants of the Carl Zeiss-foundation ...
Within the framework of the Emmy Noether Program, several young academics are currently heading their own young researchers' groups and, in so doing, are not only exercising early scientific independence but are also gaining qualifications for faculty membership.
- Dr. Karin Evershor-Sitte: TWIST - Topologische Wirbel In SpinTronik
- Dr. Michael Kühn: Epigenetische Veränderungen von Leukämien
- Dr. Arash Nikoubashman: Kontrollierter Transport und Anordnung von weicher Materie
- Dr. Helge Ruddat: Entartungen von Calabi-Yau-Mannigfaltigkeiten und Verwandte Geometrien
You will find more research projects at JGU funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) here.
Young reserchers groups, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
The aim of an ERC Starting grant is the set-up or the consolidation of an independent excellent research team. Young researchers may profit from this funding projects as well as established scientists.
- Prof. Joachim Kopp: nuDirections: New Directions in Theoretical Neutrino Physics
- Prof. Marion Silies: MicroCyFly: Microcircuitry of the Drosophila visual system
- Dr. Zachary Chitwood: MAMEMS: Mount Athos in Medieval Eastern Mediterranean Society: Contextualizing the History of a Monastic Republic (ca. 850-1550)
- Dr. Christian Smorra: STEP: Symmetry Tests in Experiments with Portable Antiprotons
You will find more research-projects at the JGU funded by the ERC and the EU here.