Our Green Talents are welcomed in Germany by a diverse sustainability landscape, excellent living conditions and top-class research facilities. Therefore, it is not surprising that some have seized the chance to remain here after their research stay and are now working at renowned German institutes, universities and companies. Enjoy some of our Green Talents success stories.
Green Talents Alumni at MPI CEC
Green Talents alumni Jayati Trivedi and Jesús Esteban Serrano are working in close collaboration in the 'Multiphase Catalysis' group at MPI for Chemical Energy Conversion in Mülheim an der Ruhr. Jayati is at MPI CEC for her research stay and Jesús works as a postdoctoral researcher. Read more here
Top Peer Reviewer 2019 in Engineering and Cross-Field
Tonni Kurniawan has been identified as being among the top 1% of reviewers in Cross-Field as well as in Engineering on Publons global reviewer database in the award year 2018-19.
Eyram´s new research article just published
Eyram Norgbey´s new research article was conducted during his research stay at the Federal Highway Research Institute together with Dr Volker Hirsch. Available now online here
Wee Jun´s recent successes
Wee Jung Ong was recently selected as one of the inaugural board - 2019 Langmuir Early Career Advisory Board Members, announced as "Top peer reviewer" and is currently Visiting Professor in the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA. Have a look in the Media box on his profile for more details
2nd Place in Boyd-Scott Graduate Research Award
Femeena Pandara Valappil was honored for the second place in Boyd-Scott Graduate Student Paper Competition at ASABE Meeting in Boston in July
Green Talent 2018 researches sub-Saharan tree growth in Bayreuth
Brigadier Libanda and Dr Andreas Hemp measuring the growth of trees at the “Albtrauf”, the steep drop-off of the Swabian Jura
Check out Kennedy´s recent publication
Kennedy Mbeva published the article "Subtle differentiation of countries’ responsibilities under the Paris Agreement" together with his supervisor Dr Pieter Pauw, conceived during his research stay at DIE in 2015