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Decisions on the first round of the excellence initiative announced

r year, including the resources for the first two funding lines. However, these amounts are only guidelines, as today's differentiated decisions demonstrate.

Second round of proposals:
The second round of proposals for the Excellence Initiative began in September 2006. Currently, draft proposals for the first and second funding line, submitted by 70 universities, are being reviewed by international groups of experts. In January 2007 the Joint Commission will decide which initiatives will be invited to submit full proposals. Proposals that were not accepted in the first round will be given a second chance and compete with newly submitted draft proposals. All proposals will be evaluated in the summer of 2007. Funding decisions will be made by the responsible Grants Committee in October 2007.


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Contact: Dr. Jutta Rateike
jutta.rateike@dfg.de
49-228-885-2665
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
18-Oct-2006


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