Selected scientist get the opportunity to become an IF fellow to stimulate long-term scientific exchange, on-site visits and collaboration. The IF fellows are also involved in teaching activities at RUB such as in the international Master program "Molecular Sciences - Spectroscopy and Simulation" (iMOS).
For example, Prof. Dr. James Lisy was actively involved in teaching iMOS students in the winter term 2011/12. Here, we see him discussing with some of the iMOS students (copyright: Press Office, RUB). Jim Lisy: "As a professor from the United States, I have been extremely fortunate to be a visiting professor at a number of universities on four continents. Yet, these occasions rarely offered the chance to give lectures to an international collection of Master Degree students. I was very excited about the iMOS program and strongly believe in the international component of education, as leading edge science has become an interactive, global enterprise. The iMOS students have an amazing opportunity, at such an early stage in their scientific careers, to participate in this unique world-wide program, developed at RUB."
List of IF fellows: