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2 Physics faculties receive DAAD scholarships

Two faculty members from the Department of Physics, Dr Mania Maleki and Dr Ali Asadian Flahieh, have received short-term research scholarships from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

Dr Mania Maleki has received a short-term research collaboration scholarship on Research Stays for University Academics and Scientists from Saarland University and Dr Ali Asadian Flahieh has received a short-term (three month) research scholarship on Bilateral Exchange of Academics from Siegen University.

The DAAD is a private, federally and state funded national agency of the institutions of higher education in Germany for scientific and international collaboration and exchange that acts as a facilitator awarding competitive, merit-based grants for study and/or research in Germany. In colloboration with the German Research Foundation. and the Max Planck Institute, the DAAD is one of the top scientific and research support organisations in Europe.

The IASBS congratulates this achievement to our two scholars and all members of the University.

Mon, 13 Sep 2021

2 Physics faculties receive DAAD scholarships

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