University of Mohaghegh Ardabili student awarded Research Fellowship of Johannes Gutenberg Mainz University in Germany.
| Post date: 2021/04/19 - 01:51 |
According to the university's public relations, Dr. Mohammad Taghi Alebrahim said: Jafar Cheraghalizadeh, a PhD student in physics at the University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, won a six-month Research Fellowship of Johannes Gutenberg Mainz University in Germany.
He added that the scholarship (known as TRR 146) belongs to the University of Mainz, Germany, which has been funded by the German Research Foundation DFG since 2014, adding that the scholarship is related to the basic sciences and algorithm development.
Alebrahim stated: The award of this scholarship depends on the researcher's work topics and the researcher's resume, which will be implemented in Germany after being accepted by a professor from the University of Mainz in the related subject.
The Director of the Scientific & International Affairs of the University of Mohaghegh Ardabili pointed out: University of Mohaghegh Ardabili has started important steps in the path of internationalization, such as the exchange of professors and students with different countries, and supports any exchange program for professors and students for specialized courses.
It is worth mentioning that Jafar Cheraghalizadeh started his university education in 2011 at the undergraduate level in the University of Mohaghegh Ardabili. In 2016, he was accepted to the master's degree program in the same university, and in August 2016, he successfully defended his dissertation with an excellent degree. The result of this dissertation was the extraction of six articles in prestigious international journals, four of which are Q1 journals. He has also won the title of the best dissertation in the Department of Basic Sciences and is also a talented student in this field.
It should be noted that immediately after completing his master's degree in 1397, he entered the doctoral program in the University of Mohaghegh Ardabili and was able to do so by helping Dr. Morteza Natagh Najafi, a faculty member of the University, who was also his master and doctoral supervisor. Have scientific collaborations with foreign professors and prominent in the field of physics.