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Dahlem International Network PostDocs

Following two university-wide calls for applications in 2014 and 2015, a total of 17 candidates from various disciplines were selected in the funding line Dahlem International Network PostDocs, granting them funding for a period of 24 months.

In 2017, the funding lines Dahlem International Network Postdocs of the Center for Research Strategy (CRS) and POINT-Fellows of the Dahlem Research School (DRS) were merged into a new single funding line.

As part of Freie Universität’s institutional strategy, the Dahlem Postdoc Fellowships of the DRS and CRS specifically address outstanding junior researchers of all disciplines and nationalities with international research experience. The current call with further information on the funding criteria is available on the webpages of the Dahlem Research School. The deadline for applications is March 15, 2017.

PostDocs selected in the first two funding rounds were:

  • Dr. Julián Bergueiro
    Topic: Gold Nanorod@Elastine Hybrid Thermoresponsive Nanogels for Combined Hyperthermia and Chemotherapy
    Department: Chemistry and Biochemistry
    Affiliated with Focus Area NanoScale
    International Partner: University of Tokyo, Japan
    Funding Period: 2014-2016
  • Dr. Karine dos Santos
    Topic: Spectroscopic studies of spliceosome catalytic activation and development of small molecule splicing modulators
    Department: Chemistry and Biochemistry
    Affiliated with Einstein Netzwerk Single Molecule RNA Biology
    International Partner: Guangzhou Institute of Biomedicine and Health, China und Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats, Barcelona, Spain
    Funding Period: 2014-2016
  • Dr. Anika Lehmann
    Topic: A trait-based approach to unlock the secrets of the soil aggregation mechanism
    Department: Biology
    Affiliated with Focus Area Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences
    Regional Partner: Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing
    Funding Period: 2014-2016
  • Dr. Tina Bawden
    Topic: Topologies of the Codex: Space in Carolingian and Anglo-Saxon Illuminated Manuscripts
    Department: Art History
    Affiliated with Cluster of Excellence TOPOI
    International Partner: University of Leeds, UK
    Funding Period: 2014-2016
  • Dr. Britta Frede
    Topic: Out of Nouakchott: Female Scholars As Mediators of Islam in Contemporary Mauritania
    Department: Islamic Studies
    Affiliated with Berlin Graduate School Muslim Cultures and Societies
    International Partner: African Research Centre, Leiden, Netherlands
    Funding Period: 2014-2016
  • Dr. Cristina E. Murer
    Topic: „Ex sordentibus locis“. Grabplünderungen und Wiederverwendung von Sepulkralplastik in spätantiken und frühmittelalterlichen Stadträumen Italiens
    Department: Classical Archaeology
    Affiliated with TOPOI
    International Partner: Oxford University
    Funding Period: 2015-2017
  • Dr. Joana Cirici
    Topic: Filtrations and mixed Hodge structures in homotopy theory
    Department: Mathematics
    Affiliated with Berlin Mathematical School
    International Partner: Stony Brook University, New York, USA
    Funding Period: 2014-2016
  • Dr. Pooja Gupta
    Topic: Modeling of the BMP mediated co-regulation of the Smad and Non-Smad pathways in the context of cell density
    Department: Mathematics
    Affiliated with Focus Area Disease in Human Aging
    Regional Partner: ZUSE Institute Berlin
    funding Period: 2014-2016
  • Dr. Matthias Henze
    Topic: Discrete analogs to the volume-product and polar Minkowski inequalities in the Geometry of Numbers
    Department: Mathematik
    Affiliated with SFB Transregio 109, Projekt A03
    International Partner: San Francisco State University, USA
    Funding Period: 2015-2017
  • Dr. Jan Niklas Howe
    Topic: Genie-Ästhetik und Kreativitäts-Dispositiv
    Department: General and Comparative Literature
    Affiliated with Focus Area Dahlem Humanities Center
    International Partner: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA
    Funding Period: 2014-2016
  • Dr. Daniela Hahn
    Topic: Ästhetiken des Dokuments. Künstlerische Historiographien seit 1989
    Department: Dramatics
    Affiliated with Focus Area Dahlem Humanities Center
    International Partner: Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Funding Period: 2014-2016
  • Dr. Philipp Wüschner
    Topic: Zwischen Emanzipation und Widerstand. Hexis, Habitus, l’habitude als ‚travelling concept’ zwischen Philosophie, Theologie und Medizin.
    Department: Philosophy
    Affiliated with CRC 980 "Episteme in Motion"
    International Partner: Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre
    Funding Period: 2015-2017
  • Dr. Carlos Riofrío
    Topic: Novel paths towards quantum control and continuous system identification
    Department: Theoretical Physics
    Affiliated with DFG Research Center Matheon
    International Partner: Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland
    Funding Period: 2014-2016
  • Dr. Patryk Kusch
    Topic: Plasmon-Enhanced Raman Scattering

    Department: Solid-State Physics
    Affiliated with Focus Area NanoScale
    International Partner: Nanoscience Cooperative Research Center, San Sebastian, Spanien
    Funding Period: 2015-2017

  •  Dr. Jana Janssen
    Topic: Epigenetische Regulation durch microRNAs: Rolle bei der Resistenz gegen makrozyklische Laktone beim Pferdespulwum Parascaris
    Department: Veterinary Medicine
    Affiliated with Research Training Group 2046
    International Partner: University of Melbourne, Australia
    Funding Period: 2015-2017
  • Dr. Daniel Fürstenau
    Topic: IT Architectures in Integration Care: Simulating Path Dependence and Path Breaking
    Department: School of Business & Economics
    Affiliated with Focus Area DynAge
    International Partner: University of California, San Diego, USA
    Funding Period: 2015-2017

On the November 3, 2015 the CRS organized a meeting for the Dahlem International Network PostDocs of the first and the second funding round.

left to right second row: Jana Janssen, Julián Bergueiro, Philipp Wüschner, Daniel Fürstenau
left to right first row: Cristina E. Murer, Pooja Gupta, Matthias Henze, Britta Frede, Anne Enderwitz, Tina Bawden
Source: Patricia Kalisch

Our Dahlem International Network PostDocs of the first funding round got together during Junges Wissenschaftsforum Dahlem in December 2014.

Source: Bernd Wannemacher

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