Karema – Kaiserslautern Research Matching
Karema – Kaiserslautern Research Matching
Kaiserslautern, Germany

Karema – Kaiserslautern Research Matching

What is the project karema about?

The central aim is to boost research careers of highly qualified international young researchers by working on a postdoctoral research project in the internationally renowned research centers of Kaiserslautern (especially Technische Universität Kaiserslautern and High Performance Center Simulation- and Software- based Innovation).

Therefore, the project karema initiates a Principal Investigator-Postdoc matching by bringing together top-class researchers from Kaiserslautern and highly qualified international young researchers (Postdocs).

The key step towards creating your postdoctoral research project within karema consists of a short on-site stay in Kaiserslautern (the “karema Days”). During the karema Days, you will meet with a first-rate researchers in a match-making workshop, have an individual research counseling with him/her in order to develop research projects in collaboration with the renowned scientists. The aim is for the visiting researchers to subsequently apply for post-doctoral positions in Kaiserslautern.

International Postdocs may apply for the karema Days that will take place

from 2nd to 10th December 2017 in Kaiserslautern

Application Deadline: 20th August 2017

Click here to get to the Application Portal

Within karema, you can apply for one of the following three research fields, in which renowned scientists of Kaiserslautern are doing research:

  • Mathematical Modelling in the Engineering Sciences
  • Membrane Biology and Systems Biology
  • Optics and Material Sciences

For more detailed information please have a closer look at the portraits of the scientists engaged in karema (“Individual Research Counselors”, IRCs). Please note: Due to the targeted research matching of karema, you should specifically tailor your research idea to the expertise of karema’s scientists.

 

A cooperation of the Technische Universität Kaiserslautern with the “High Performance Center Simulation- and Software- based Innovation” in Kaiserslautern