This information session will provide faculty, postdocs and PhD students with an overview of Germany's vibrant research landscape, useful tools for identifying potential collaborators and information on funding opportunities open to Canadian scholars through the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and its partner organizations.
The session will be presented by John Paul Kleiner, Senior Manager, University Relations at the DAAD Information Centre in Toronto.
DAAD is Germany’s national organization charged with fostering international academic cooperation. DAAD programs move academics in all fields and at all stages of their career to Germany to pursue study and research opportunities there.
Wednesday, March 22
10 – 11 a.m.
William G. Davis Computer Research Centre (DC), Room 1304
Registration is required although there is no cost to attend. Map and parking information.