The Leibniz Center for Research in Computer Science is a first-rate institution that promotes fundamental research in key emerging areas of Computer Science and its applications while strengthening German-Israel scientific ties. Established at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem in January 1985, the Leibniz Center is closely associated with the at School of Engineering. and Computer Science. Its members include all the tenuered and tenure-track faculty of the School.
The Leibniz Center promotes scientific excellence and close Germany-Israel collaboration by granting student fellowships in the School of Computer Science and Engineering, sponsoring Posdoctoral students in Germany and Israel, and, supporting research activities, including: research proposals, workshops and symposia, and travel to scientific meetings in Germany and Israel.
The value-added of the Leibniz Center is that of identifying and supporting selected key research topics of the future and promoting them during their early stages by fostering synergism between its members and their German counterparts. The Leibniz Center is identified with innovation and research leadership in selected emerging research topics in Computer Science. It synergistically grows with the School of Computer Science and Engineering while keeping its focus on specific topics within Computer Science.
The unique long-term contribution of the Leibniz Center is on selected emerging areas of Computer Science that will be conspicuous over the years.
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This Center is part of
The School of Computer Science and Engineering
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel