Every second year the Max Planck Institute for Informatics awards the Lise Meitner Award Fellowship. This postdoctoral grant supports excellent female computer scientists in their careers, giving them the opportunity to develop their scientific ideas without exertion of influence. It consists of a two-year tax-free research fellowship and business expenses.
For the strech of the next two years, up to four young female researchers in computer science are given the opportunity to pursue their research with financial help from our institute.
|Erisa Terolli finished her PHD at Sapienza University of Rome. In May 2018 she joined the "Databases and Information Systems" group of Gerhard Weikum. Her topic is “Personalised Search and Knowledge Harvesting for Health Domain”.||Jiangxin Dong received her PhD from Dalian University of Technology. In February 2020, she joined the Computer Vision Group of Bernt Schiele with her topic "Image Restoration".|
|Roohani Sharma finished her PhD from the Institute of Mathematical Sciences, HBNI, Chennai, India. She joined the Algorithms and Complexity group from October 2020. Her area of research is Parameterized Complexity, Kernelization and Graph Theory.||Lingjie Liu received her Ph.D. degree at the University of Hong Kong in 2019. She joined the GVV group (now Visual Computing and AI Department) of Prof. Christian Theobalt at the Max-Planck-Institute for Informatics in Oct 2019. Her research interests include neural rendering, human performance capture and modeling, and 3D reconstruction.|