Emmy Noether Programme

The Emmy Noether Programme by the DFG (German Research Foundation) gives highly qualified early-career researchers the opportunity to lead an independent junior research group at a university or research institution in Germany. In addition, this programme aims to attract outstanding postdoctoral researchers, currently working abroad, to return to Germany. Here you will find an overview of the current Emmy Noether Groups at Leibniz University and those completed in the last five years.

EMMY NOETHER GROUPS AT LEIBNIZ UNIVERSITY HANNOVER

Development of integrated continuous flow systems for transient transfection, cultivation and monitoring of mammalian cells
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Funded since 2017
Contact: Dr. Janina Bahnemann, Institute of Technical Chemistry,
Callinstr. 5, 30167 Hannover

An integrative design-through-analysis paradigm for higher-order computational aerodynamics and aeroelasticity

Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodetic Science
Funded since 2017 (Transfer to LUH on 01.01.2019)
Contakt: Prof. Dr.  Dominik Schillinger, Institute of Mechanics and Computational Mechanics,  Appelstraße 9a, 30167 Hannover

Continuum Robots for Surgical Systems (CROSS)
Hannover Center of Mechatronics (MZH)
Funded since 2013
Contact: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jessica Burgner-Kahrs, Hannover Center of Mechatronics,
Appelstr. 11, 30167 Hannover


COMPLETED EMMY NOETHER GROUPS

The response of seismogenic faults to natural and human-induced changes in loads on Earth's surface - a numerical modelling approach
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodetic Science
Funded from 2006 to 2013
Contact: Prof. Dr. Andrea Hampel, Institut für Geologie, Callinstr. 30, 30167 Hannover

Three-dimensional analysis of coupled thermohaline flow and reactive transport in fractured geothermal reservoirs
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodetic Science
Funded from 2010 to 2016
Contact: Prof. Dr. Thomas Graf, Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Environmental Physics in Civil Engineering, Appelstraße 9A, 30167 Hannover


Aspekte der Wärmeleitung auf speziellen Mannigfaltigkeiten und Anwendungen in der Operatortheorie
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Funded from 2008 to 2016
Contact: Prof. Dr. Wolfram Bauer, Institute of Analysis, Welfengarten 1, 30167 Hannover

CONTACT

Dr. Sonja Detay
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30169 Hannover
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Address
Brühlstraße 27
30169 Hannover
Building
Room
110