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Dr. Helen Kaufmann's research interests include late Latin poetry, intertextuality, poetic genres, local identities and reception. In 2020, Dr. Kaufmann will further her research on Latin poetry of late antiquity at the Chair of Classical Philology (Latin) at FAU. Her stay is supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

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In 2014 Dr. Weiqing Mao completed a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry at Soochow University, China. Subsequently, in 2019 he received his PhD in Organic Chemistry from the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Until September 2021, Dr. Mao will work on the synthesis, structure and reactivity of highly reactive Iron complexes at the Chair of Inorganic and General Chemistry of FAU. His stay is supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

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Dr. Sandip Shinde´s research interest is in organic synthesis in order to develop fluorination methods and their applications in pharmaceutical and agro-chemical companies. Findings from his PhD research work were transferred and patented to various multinational companies. Dr. Shinde will further his research at the Clinic of Nuclear Medicine at the Universitätsklinikum Erlangen. His stay is supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

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Prof. Dr. den Hollanders' research areas include the theory of stochastic processes and their applications in physics, biology and computer science. In particular, he deals with the theory of large deviations, processes in the random medium and metastable behaviour. Prof. Dr. den Hollander is currently a guest researcher at the Department of Mathematical Stochastics at FAU.

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Already in the late 1990s, Prof. Dr. Chandrajith came to Erlangen to receive a doctorate in Geochemistry from FAU. Ten years later, he came back to Erlangen in the frame of a George Forster Research Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to do postdoctoral research at FAU. From July 2019 until January 2020, Prof. Dr. Chandrajith is studying seawater intrusion in coastal aquifers and also the geo-environmental factors affecting the kidney disease with unknown etiology in Sri Lanka at FAU. His research stay is supported by a Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship.

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Prof. Dr. Walter Daesslé-Heuser is Professor of Environmental Geosciences at the Independent University of Baja California, Mexico. In 2007, he received a George Forster Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to conduct research at the FAU on the sedimentology and hydrochemistry of the lower Colorado River Basin south of the American-Mexican border. He is currently back at FAU and is working with Prof. Johannes Barth on various groundwater studies.

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Prof. Dr. Tentzeri's research interests include RF electronics, batteries and sensors manufactured using 3D printing or ink-jet processes, as well as green and sustainable energy harversting, wireless energy transmission systems or the Internet of Things. He is the winner of the Alexander von Humboldt Research Award and works as a visiting scientist at FAU's Department of Technical Electronics in the development of new RF modules from the 3D printer.