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DFG: Leibniz Awards and Junior Research Groups

Leibniz Laureates at the University of Bonn

Emeriti

  • Prof Dr Michael Rapoport (1992), Institute for Mathematics
  • Prof Dr Sigrid Peyerimhoff (1989), Institute for Theoretical Chemistry
  • Prof Dr Werner Hildenbrand (1988), Institute for Social and Economical Sciences

Further Leibniz Laureates 

  • Prof Dr Frank Neese (2010), moved to Max Planck Institute for Bioanorganical Chemistry in Mülheim an der Ruhr
  • Prof Dr Holger Fleischer (2008), moved to Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Private Law in Hamburg
  • Prof Dr Felix Otto (2006), moved to Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Natural Sciences in Leipzig
  • Prof Dr Karl Christoph Klauer (2004), moved to the University of Freiburg
  • Prof Dr Gerd Faltings (1996), moved to Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn
  • Prof Dr Gisela Anton (1994), moved to the University of Nürnberg-Erlangen
  • Prof Dr Martin Jansen (1990), moved to Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research Stuttgart
  • Prof Dr Günter Harder (1988), moved to Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn (Emeritus)

 

Current Emmy Noether Independent Junior Research Groups at the University of Bonn

  • Dr. Katrin Jeannette Czogalla-Nitsche (since 2018), The realm of vitamin K – more than only coagulation
  • Dr. Florian I. Schmidt (seince 2016), Elucidating inflammasome activation with alpaca single domain antibodies
  • Dr. Kerstin U. Ludwig (since 2016), Integrative craniofacial genomics - From genome-wide association studies to function
  • Dr. Andreas Schlitzer (since 2016), The impact of transcriptomic imprinting on the functional specialization of monocytes during health and disease
  • Dr. Wolf Harmening (since 2013), Advanced adaptive optics instrumentation for ophthalmic imaging and function testing: the single cell approach to visual function and dysfunction

 

Current Heisenberg-Professuren at the University of Bonn

 

Current Heisenberg Positions and Fellowships at the University of Bonn

  • PD Dr. Christian Meierhofer - Modern German Literary (since 2018)
  • PD Dr. Christian Rode - Medieval Social Ontologies (since 2017)
  • PD Dr. Simone Schultz-Balluff - Worlds of Knowledge in the Middle Ages: New Perspectives on Conceptual Studies Textual Cultures in the Medieval Cloister The Hunt in German Texts of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period: Linguistic Token - Textual Shaping - Literary Execution (since 2017)
  • PD Dr. Athanasios Despotis - The experiencing and remembering of conversion according to Paul and "John": A new comparison of their theological thought patterns from an interdisciplinary and orthodox perspective (since 2014)

 

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