ARETÉ Junior Chairs As an "ARETE Junior Chair", exceptional African postdocs who have studied at an AIMS center and worked abroad can return to Africa and continue their research leading an own, independent research group.
Bellevue Programme We provide young executives in the highest government authorities with further qualifications, foreign experience and the opportunity for exchange with colleagues from other European countries.
Border Crossers China - Germany We are looking for authors who dare to take a look for themselves, question conventional opinions, and want to collect firsthand information. Publications should be able to reach a wide audience, motivate them to discuss, and develop more understanding for foreign cultures.
Border Crossers Europe and its Neighbors We support authors preparing publications that focus on making Central and Eastern European or North African issues accessible to a wide audience both in Germany and abroad.
Care for Chronic Condition - International visitation and training Program We offer the opportunity to take educational trips abroad focused on the topics of chronic conditions and multiple morbidities.
Carl Friedrich Goerdeler-Kolleg Advanced training for young executives in the public sector, economy or civil society from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, and Ukraine.
ChangemakerXchange Exchange of ideas between dedicated young people from Europe, Turkey, North Africa, and the Middle East. ChangemakerXchange identifies and connects innovators and social entrepreneurs at summits around the world to build a community and tackle social problems.
Changing Viewpoints We encourage young academics in various related fields to focus their research on old age and actively engage in interdisciplinary exchanges of knowledge and ideas with other scientists.
Dialog with Time. The Interactive Exhibition The exhibition plays a key role in enabling both young and old to approach old age and aging in an interactive and experience-driven manner, as well as in prompting a discussion on how we view age in our society.