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International Quality Network

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International Quality Network

International Quality Networks (IQN) (German: Internationales Qualit├ĄtsNetz) is a multi-year research and academic collaboration funding scheme sponsored by German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Federal Ministriy for Education and Research (BMBF). There are more than 30 IQN programs, each focuses on different cutting edge sub-field, under cooperation of partners in Germany and other countries all over the world. The program offers scholarships for postgraduate and postdoctorate students, as well as guest professorships.

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  • IQN Artificial Organs
  • IQN Biochemistry of Nucleic Acids
  • IQN Conservation Biology
  • IQN Euroculture
  • IQN Feed-back Mechanisms and their Structures in the Geo- and Biosphere
  • IQN Georisk
  • IQN Mechatronics and Telematics
  • IQN Medicinal Chemistry
  • IQN Nanoparticles and Biological Particles
  • IQN Rational Mobile Agents and Systems of Agents
  • IQN Self-organizing Communications Networks and Software Applications
  • IQN Spatial Cognition
  • IQN Technology of New Materials
  • IQN University of Mannheim (law)
  • IQN Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich (mathematics)
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