How is NUS Life Sciences

Berlin University Alliance

As part of the first "Call for Proposals" the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Berlin University Alliance were able to fund, among other things, workshops, short-term research stays, travel grants - also for doctoral candidates and postdocs.

The projects selected in October 2019 are:

"Large scale deep Gaussian mixture modeling" (Mathematics)

Prof. Dr. Nadja Klein (Humboldt University Berlin), Prof. David Nott (National University of Singapore)

"On the Relation Between Privacy Metrics An Asymptomic Viewpoint" (Mathematics)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rafael Schäfer (Technical University Berlin), Prof. Vincent Y. F. Tan (National University of Singapore)

"Multiaction platinum-copper complexes for targeted DNA modification" (Life Sciences)

Prof. Dr. Nora Kulak (Free University of Berlin), Prof. Wee Han Ang (National University of Singapore)

"Understanding Salmonella virulence - phenotypic heterogeneity gastrointestinal colonization" (Life Sciences)

Prof. Dr. Marc Erhardt (HU), Univ.-Prof. Dr. Marcus Fulde (Free University of Berlin), Prof. Linda Kenney (National University of Singapore)

"Chemokine control of bone health" (Life Sciences)

Prof. Dr. Petra Knaus (Free University of Berlin), Prof. Christoph Winkler (National University of Singapore)

"IQSoC - Integrated Quantum Sensors on CubeSats"

Dr. Markus Christopher Krutzik (Humboldt University Berlin), Prof. Alexander Ling Euk Jin (National University of Singapore)