Minerva Schools - Current and Previous Minerva Schools

 

German-Israeli Minerva-Schools since 2006

 

Year     

Subject                                                             

Organizers                                                      

Location

2019

Back to Redemption:
Rosenzweig’s Star 1919-2019

Prof. Benjamin Pollock, Jerusalem
Dr. Ynon Wygoda, Jerusalem
Prof. Dr. Christian Wiese, Frankfurt/Main

Jerusalem

2019

Bridging the gap between genes
and behaviour: Neuropeptide
regulation of socio-emotional
behaviours

Prof. Dr. Inga D. Neumann, Regensburg
Prof. Dr. Oliver Bosch, Regensburg
Dr. Thomas Grund, Regensburg
Prof. Tali Kimchi, Rehovot
Prof. Alon Chen, Rehovot
Dr. Michael Mende, Munich

Regensburg

2019

Brain Rhythms in Computation,
Communication, And Cognition

Dr. Elana Zion Golumbic, Ramat Gan
Prof. Leon Deouell, Jerusalem
Prof. David Poeppel, Frankfurt/Main
Prof. Lucia Melloni, Frankfurt/Main

Ramat Gan

2018

Trade Routes between Aram
and Israel in the Iron Age:
A Multi-Disciplinary Examination
of their Significance to Social
and Cultural Exchange

Dr. Amit Dagan, Ramat-Gan
Felix Hagemeyer, Leipzig
Assaf Kleiman, Tel Aviv
Juliane Stein, Leipzig

Jordan Valley and Golan Heights

2017

Quantum Dipolar Gases in
Atomic and Condensed
Matter Systems

Prof. Ronen Rapaport, Jerusalem
Dr. Paulo Santos, Berlin

Jerusalem

2016

Emerging High-throughput
Systems for Wildlife Tracking at
the Regional Scale

Prof. Ran Nathan, Jerusalem
Prof. Sivan Toledo, Tel Aviv
Prof. Florian Jeltsch, Potsdam
Prof. Katrin Böhning-Gaese, Frankfurt/Main

Hula Valley

2015

Mitochondria:
Function & Dysfunction

Prof. Abdussalam Azem, Tel Aviv
Prof. Johannes Herrmann, Kaiserslautern
Prof. Ophry Pines, Jerusalem
Prof. Doron Rapaport, Tübingen

Ein Gedi

2014

Cognitive Robotics

Prof. Yael Edan, Beer Sheva
Prof. Verena Hafner, Berlin
Dr. Iris Tabak, Beer Sheva

Berlin

2013

Non-Compositionality and
Figurative Speech: Collocations,
Idioms, Metaphors, Proverbs

Prof. Edit Doron, Jerusalem
Pavel Kats, Jerusalem
Prof. Manfred Krifka, Berlin
Prof. Gert Webelhuth, Frankfurt/Main

Jerusalem

2012

Flows on Homogeneneous
Spaces

Dr. Uri Bader, Haifa
Prof. Roman Sauer, Regensburg

Haifa

2011

Alternative, Sustainable Energy
Options

Prof. David Cahen, Rehovot
Dr. Klaus Lips, Berlin
Prof. H.-W. Schock, Berlin

Nazareth

2010

Frontiers in Vascular Biology

Prof. Wolfgang Siess, Munich
Prof. David Varon, Jerusalem

Ma'aleh Hachamisha

2009

Ubiquitous Display
Environments: Intelligent
Group Interaction, Foundations
and Implementation of
Pervasive Multimodal Interfaces

Prof. Antonio Krueger, Münster
Dr. Tsvi Kuflik, Haifa

Haifa

2009

Pharmacogenetics: Improving
the Safety and Efficacy of
Medicines

Prof. Gregory Livshits, Tel Aviv
Dr. David Gurwitz, Tel Aviv
Prof. Julia Kirchheiner, Ulm

Tel Aviv

2009

P-adic Methods in Arithmetic
Algebraic Geometry

Prof. Ehud de Shalit, Jerusalem
Prof. Peter Schneider, Münster

Jerusalem

2009

Human Rights in Times of
Emergency: German,
Israeli and International Perspectives

Prof. Eckart Klein, Potsdam
Prof. Yuval Shany, Jerusalem

Jerusalem

2008

Global Public Policy and the
Law of International Administration

Prof. Armin von Bogdandy, Heidelberg
Prof Eyal Benvenisti, Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv

2008

Arithmetic Geometry and
Public Key Cryptography

Prof. Moshe Jarden, Tel Aviv
Prof. Gerhard Frey, Duisburg-Essen

Tel Aviv

2007

On Biological and Bio-inspired
Materials

Prof. Peter Fratzl, Potsdam
Prof. Hans-Jürgen Butt
Prof. Reshef Tenne, Rehovot
Prof. Moshe Gottlieb, Beer-Sheva

Berlin

2007

Slavery and the Slave Trade
in the Mediterranean Region
during the Medieval Period

Prof. Reuven Amitai, Jerusalem
Dr. Christoph Cluse, Trier

Jerusalem

2006

Bi-national Course in
Neurobiology

Prof. Yossi Yarom, Jerusalem
Dr. Ilan Lampl, Rehovot
Prof. Arthur Konnerth, Munich
Prof. Uwe Heinemann, Berlin

Eilat

2006

Unique Molecular Effects in
Electronic Materials and Devices

Prof. David Cahen, Rehovot
Prof. Ron Naaman, Rehovot
Prof. Eberhard Umbach, Würzburg

Ein Gedi

2006

Frontiers on High Pressure Research

Prof. Moshe Paz-Pasternak, Tel Aviv
Prof. Leonid Dubrovinsky, Bayreuth

Ein Gedi

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