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TU Dresden is my Uni because it supports international projects. This enables us to be creative across borders and to master the challenges of the future in the interest of all.

I work at the European Project Center (EPC) of TU Dresden. Here, I help scientists to apply for European funding so that cross-border and interdisciplinary ideas can be successfully realised in projects. As group leader for “International Cooperation”, I see – along with the administrative effort involved – exciting projects every day. And this is precisely what drives me, true to the motto “Designing projects – making the most of international potential”.

At the European Project Center, the flag of the European Union accompanies me daily. The golden stars stand for the values of unity, solidarity and harmony between the peoples of Europe – and it is exactly these values that are also essential for successful research projects.

The European Project Center is part of TU Dresden’s Central University Administration and contact point for all Schools and Central Units of TU Dresden when it comes to realising international projects. We have been advising on all EU funding instruments since the EPC was founded in 2005.

TU Dresden is my Uni because it supports international projects. This enables us to be creative across borders and to master the challenges of the future in the interest of all.

I work at the European Project Center (EPC) of TU Dresden. Here, I help scientists to apply for European funding so that cross-border and interdisciplinary ideas can be successfully realised in projects. As group leader for “International Cooperation”, I see – along with the administrative effort involved – exciting projects every day. And this is precisely what drives me, true to the motto “Designing projects – making the most of international potential”.

At the European Project Center, the flag of the European Union accompanies me daily. The golden stars stand for the values of unity, solidarity and harmony between the peoples of Europe – and it is exactly these values that are also essential for successful research projects.

The European Project Center is part of TU Dresden’s Central University Administration and contact point for all Schools and Central Units of TU Dresden when it comes to realising international projects. We have been advising on all EU funding instruments since the EPC was founded in 2005.

Doris
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Group Leader at the European Project Center
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TU Dresden is my Uni because it supports international projects. This enables us to be creative across borders and to master the challenges of the future in the interest of all.

I work at the European Project Center (EPC) of TU Dresden. Here, I help scientists to apply for European funding so that cross-border and interdisciplinary ideas can be successfully realised in projects. As group leader for “International Cooperation”, I see – along with the administrative effort involved – exciting projects every day. And this is precisely what drives me, true to the motto “Designing projects – making the most of international potential”.

At the European Project Center, the flag of the European Union accompanies me daily. The golden stars stand for the values of unity, solidarity and harmony between the peoples of Europe – and it is exactly these values that are also essential for successful research projects.

The European Project Center is part of TU Dresden’s Central University Administration and contact point for all Schools and Central Units of TU Dresden when it comes to realising international projects. We have been advising on all EU funding instruments since the EPC was founded in 2005.

Doris
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Group Leader at the European Project Center
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