On September 29th, the DAAD Cairo Office hosted a welcome event for German students and scholarship holders in Egypt. The students, who usually stay for one or two semesters in Egypt, were greeted by Dr. Roman Luckscheiter, Director of DAAD Cairo Office, and received information about different aspects of daily life in Egypt.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Cairo Office in cooperation with the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT) organized a workshop titled “Egyptian Master Minds Contributing to International Research: Prospective on the Brain Circulation” .
Upon the request of the Faculty and Leadership Development Center FLDC of Cairo University to initiate cooperation in the domain of capacity building with the DAAD Kairo Akademie (DKA), Dr. Roman Luckscheiter, Director of the DAAD Cairo Office, suggested to start the endeavored cooperation by offering a DKA “Train of Trainers (ToT)” Module for the FLDC academic members.
On October 9th 2016, the annual conference of the German Science Centre (DWZ) Cairo was held and tackled the topic “Thoughts for Food: Sustainable Agriculture and its Technological and Social Opportunities”.
One of the successful projects funded by the DAAD is the “Joint Transformation Partnership for Urban Design and Architecture in Historic City Districts between Cairo University, Alexandria University and Brandenburg University of Technology.
the 3 Universities has held this conference to reflect their experiences in joint teaching and joint research activities of the last years and open new perspectives for further cooperation activitiesand further partners.
n November 2016, the German Science Centre in Cairo (DWZ) gathered water experts from Egypt and Germany to kick-start the Egyptian German Water Cluster, an issue-driven network meant to increase communication and cooperation, and give visibility to ongoing water research and to the scientists behind it.
The „Dialogue on Social Innovation (DSI)” is a series of talks jointly organized by the Cairo offices of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Freie Universität Berlin, and the Orient-Institut Beirut (OIB). This series takes place at the DAAD Cairo premises.
If you studied or researched at a German University or finished your PhD in Germany, either with a DAAD grant or without, and returned to your home university in Egypt you are eligible to apply in the DAAD-Material Resources Programme for scientific and research equipment.
call for application
The German Egyptian Research Short Term Scholarship GERSS is a program jointly funded by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Researches (MHESR) and the German Academic Exchange Service, Bonn (DAAD) in order to finance short term scholarships for young Egyptian scientists in Germany.
The call for application is running as of the 1st of November 2016 and the deadline will be on 15th of February 2017.
The German Egyptian Mobility Program for Scientific Exchange and Excellence Development GE-SEED (formerly known as GESP) is a fund that supports the exchange of scientific visits between Egyptian and German research teams, with special emphasis on young scientists (Master and PhD students) and within the framework of a jointly submitted research project of a period up to two years.
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