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* Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Minerva Center of Computer Science

Hebrew University of Jerusalem
(Established 1984)

Director

Prof. Daphna Weinshall
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Institute of Computer Science and Center for
Neural Computation
91904 Jerusalem
Tel.: 00972-2-6586299
Fax: 00972-2-6585439
E-mail: daphna@cs.huji.ac.il
Internet: http://leibniz.cs.huji.ac.il/

Chairman of the Advisory Council

Hans-Peter Seidel
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik
Stuhlsatzenhausweg 85
66123 Saarbrücken
Tel.: 0681-9325-400
Fax: 0681-9325-499
E-Mail: hpseidel@mpi-sb.mpg.de

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* Fields of research/Forschungsgebiete

Computer Science / Computerwissenschaften
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* Key Words

Basic and applied research in computer science
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* Research activities and aims

The goals of the Leibniz Center are to advance basic and applied research in all areas of Computer Science, and to promote dialogue between Germany and Israel in this field.
The goals of the Center are met by funding exchange visits of Israeli and German scientists, sponsering workshops and symposia in research areas that are of interest to the Center's members, granting fellowhips to doctoral students at the Hebrew University and acquisition of specific infrastructure necessary to support the research of members of the Leibniz Center.
The many diverse projects and research efforts currently pursued by members of the Leibniz Center span the spectrum from questions pertaining to the very foundations of computer science to the actual building of hardware. Indeed, one of the strengths of the Center is the interaction between researchers in the applied fields with those interested in the more theoretical aspects.
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