First ELLIS Institute in Tübingen gets go-ahead

Minister-President Kretschmann and Hans-Werner Hector sign funding agreement

With the ceremonial signing of a funding agreement in Stuttgart’s Neues Schloss on Thursday, Baden-Württemberg’s Minister-President Winfried Kretschmann, Science Minister Theresia Bauer, Dr. h. c. Hans-Werner Hector, Prof. Bernhard Schölkopf and Prof. Bernd Engler, President of the University of Tübingen, gave the official go-ahead for the establishment of Europe’s first ELLIS Institute at the Cyber Valley campus in Tübingen.

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