S&T Collaborations Between India & Germany

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PIB Delhi – A total of 11 career researchers from India and Germany have received the ‘Paired Early Career Fellowship in Applied Research (PECFAR)’ which will facilitate their short-duration visit to explore opportunities for connecting and networking for research collaborations between India and Germany in frontier areas of science and technology. This is the first time researchers have received this award under the PECFAR, which was launched recently to facilitate a two-way exchange between early-career researchers from India and German. It is envisaged that such engagements through networking would further establish long-term bilateral collaborations and provide an opportunity to explore the Indian and German research landscape for potential collaborations.

The initiative has been launched by the Indo-German Science & Technology Centre (IGSTC), a bilateral institution established by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), the Government of India, and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Government of Germany to promote Science and Technology collaborations with a focus on applied research. IGSTC organised a virtual Award Felicitation Ceremony on 15th November 2022. S.K. Varshney, Adviser & Head, International Cooperation, Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India & Indian Co-Chair and Ms. Kathrin Meyer, Head of the Division Cooperation with Asia and Oceania, Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Govt. of Germany & German Co-Chair addressed the awardees and inspired them to take the opportunity to visit India and Germany for exploring various S&T aspects including infrastructure/lab facilities, work culture, entrepreneurship avenues, and inter-institutional networking. Each pair of Indian and German Awardees pitched their views on the programme and expressed how such opportunities will create a foundation for their future research endeavours. The details of the awardees of the PECFAR-2022 are as below:

No.Name & Affiliation of the paired fellows
IndiaGermany
1Tarun Rambha, IISc BangaloreMaximilian Schiffer, TU Munich
2Surabhi Jain, IIT-ISM DhanbadAna Paula Ribera, TU Munich
3Pankaj Khanna, IIT GandhinagarSamuel Thomas Thiele, Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology
4Ankit Jain, IIT BombayAbhishek Khetan, RWTH Aachen
5Sai Gautam Gopalakrishnan, IISc BangaloreHans-Georg Steinrück, Paderborn University
6Uma Shanker, Central University of PunjabAmit Khurana, RWTH University Hospital
7Saikat Kumar Shome, CSIR-CMERI, DurgapurAmartya Ganguly, TU Munich
8Tanmoy Chakraborty, IIT DelhiDebarghya Ghoshdastidar, TU Munich
9Prateek Saxena, IIT MandiChristian Lahoda, TU Berlin
10Bukke Kiran Naik, NIT RourkelaSumit Agarwal, PTB, Braunschweig
11Khalid Muzamil Gani, NIT SrinagarTavseef Mairaj Shah, Hamburg University of Technology

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