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German Centre for Research and Innovation (DWIH), New Delhi

UoC is a member of The German Centre for Research and Innovation (DWIH) New Delhi since 2012, which is funded by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany and overseen by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). It’s a network of 18 German research organisations, universities, funding bodies, and research-based companies that promotes German research landscape in India. Most of the DWIH consortium members have regional offices in India. All consortium members may apply for project funding to organise research and study activities jointly with the other DWIH members and together with the Indian Institutes of Higher Education. From 2014-2019, more than 200.000 Euros has been awarded as a third-party funding to UoC India office from DWIH New Delhi. The preparations for applications concerning calls are coordinated both by the UoC International Office, UoC India office and the various faculties at the UoC. 

Few examples of academic activities are:

Project Professor Duration
Symposium on Sustainable Smart Cities Prof. Kirk Junker, IMES 2013, 2014, 2015
Advanced Material Solutions for Alternative Energy Solutions Prof. Sanjay Mathur, Inorganic Chemistry 2013, 2015, 2018
The Cultural, Economic and Socio-ecological Dynamics of Peri-Urban Land-Use Change in the Global South   2013
Figurations of Afterlife/Afterdeath in East/West Prof. Günter Blamberger, Int. Morphomata Kolleg 2014
Organic Solar Cells and Curriculum Innovation in Science Education Jun. Prof. Amitabh Banerjee, Chemistry Didactics 2015
Medical Academic Workshop on Cardiology at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences Prof. Dr. N. Sreeram, Med Fak 2016
Conference on Vocational Education and Skill Formation Prof. Matthias Pilz, WiSo 2017, 2018