National conference on EU research funding, Germany

May 19, 2004

Brussels, 18 May 2004

The 16th national conference on EU research funding will be held at the University of Leipzig, Germany, from 2 to 4 June, focusing on 'experiences with the new instruments in FP6'.

The event is organised by the University of Leipzig, together with the Max Planck institute for evolutionary anthropology and KoWi, the European liaison office of the German research organisations.

Topics for the event will include:
- visions of German universities in the European Research Centre (ERA);
- Leipzig as a region of science;
- the efficiency of the new instruments in the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6);
- mobility of researchers at universities.

For further information, please contact:
Kathrin Kohs
KoWi
E-mail: kk@kowi.de

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