Julius-Maximilians-Universität of Würzburg (JMU) is big enough to offer a broad and innovative range of subjects, yet not too big to be impersonal. A university with an international reputation for excellent research, JMU is proud to be the home of outstanding researchers. But at JMU we are not only committed to delivering quality research, we are also committed to delivering quality teaching.
How do flies and ants find their way? Neuroscientist Hannah Haberkern is investigating this question with a new Emmy Noether independent junior research group. To do this, she has moved from the USA to Würzburg.
True to its motto ‘Science for Society’, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU) is committed to advancing research in a wide range of disciplines. Academic rankings confirm JMU’s place among the world’s high-performing research universities.
The hub on "Artificial Intelligence and Data Science" is present in Würzburg through CAIDAS. Here, strategies are developed to evaluate and use large amounts of data efficiently and with intelligent methods.
Prof Claudia Höbartner from the Institute of Organic Chemistry at the University of Würzburg receives this year's Hansen Family Award for her research on the biomolecular chemistry of functional nucleic acids.
In the THE and Shanghai rankings, the areas for which JMU has submitted Cluster of Excellence outlines are in an outstanding position: Life Sciences, Physics, Biodiversity Research, Medical Technology, Clinical Medicine.
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