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April 11, 2019
Leading Indian Institutes of higher education to establish first Joint Indian-German Research Training Group (RTG) on Bio Big Data Science. The main idea behind this program is to educate next generation researchers in the field of science and to promote the use of big data methods in biological applications.
They are partnering with Heidelberg University, Germany, and Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India.
Speaking about this collaboration, Dr. Michael J. Winckler, Program Coordinator, Heidelberg University, said, "We hope to foster new and long lasting research collaborations with leading Indian institutions. The topics of this research training group are highly relevant for developing the biotechnology industry in both countries".
The Research Training Group will set up as many as 50 Ph.D. projects, which will be supervised by Research tandems consisting of leading Indian and German scientists.
The first funding of the program will be between 2019 and 2025 with an investment of 3 Million Euro from each of the two organizing partners (Heidelberg University and DBT).
Speaking about the expertise of IIT Madras in this field, Dr. Karthik Raman, Associate Professor and Co-ordinator, Initiative for Biological Systems Engineering, IIT Madras, said, "Given the rich expertise in data science at the Initiative for Biological Systems Engineering (IBSE) and Robert Bosch Centre for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (RBCDSAI) at IIT Madras, this initiative will be catalytic in developing strong collaborations with the University of Heidelberg in frontier areas of biological data analysis, and to train future leaders in these emerging areas."
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