The tasks of the FiF commission
In organisational terms, research funding is subject to the Presidential Board. Responsibility for the selection and decision-making procedures has been transferred to the FiF commission. The FiF office has no voting rights within this framework.
The FiF commission is responsible for the tendering, consultation, review, approval and evaluation of the projects and is appointed directly by the Senate and is composed on an interdisciplinary basis. The FiF director is the chairman of the commission. The next call for applications will be in spring 2022.
Members of the FiF Commission
Prof. Dr. Andrea Rapp, dep. 2 German Studies
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Kirchner, dep. 16 Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Dr. Christina Marie Thiele, dep. 7 Chemistry
Prof. Dr. Nicolai Hannig, dep. 2 Social and Historical Science
Prof. Dr. Thomas Walther, dep. 5 Physics, Commission Chair, FiF Director
Prof. Dr. Josef Wiemeyer, dep. 3 Sports Science
Prof. Dr. Ulrike Nuber, dep. 10 Biology
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tran Quoc Khanh, dep. 18 Lighting Technology
Mohammed Bouras, dep. 2
Lisa Morath, dep. 3 Human sciences
Scientific Research Assistants
Dr Boris Kastening, dep. 11 Materials and geological sciences
Dr. Thomas Trebing, dep. 5 Physics
Dr Arnulf Kletzin, dep. 10 Biology
Barbara Zimmer, dep. 3 Human sciences
Karl Ulrich Saß, dep. 18 Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Miriam Hauf, ULB
Assessors without voting rights
Department of Research and Transfer
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