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Grants and granted funds

 

date / period

¤

equals US$ approx.

 details

 1991-2010

approx. 378,028

approx. 524,857

total

11/2010

200

272

participation in conference “The Story of the Stone and The Tale of Genji in Modern China and Japan: Issues in Issues in Media, Technology, Gender, and National Identity” at Columbia University, accomodation expenses taken over by the university

10/2010-9/2012

100,000

136,000

Research Project “Re-defining China’s identity at the beginning of the 21st century – Changing patterns of perception of Chinese culture and society and the emergence of a critical public opinion”, with Stefan Messmann, Central European University, Budapest, Luigi Moccia, Universitą Roma Tre, and Guido Rappe, Technical University Karlsruhe. Granted by the European Science and Scholarship Association.

8/2010

2,300

3,128

participation in Research Project “Global spread of Chinese culture through the Western translations of the Dream of the red Chamber”, accomodation, support by 3 student assistants granted by the Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu/China

7-8/2010

2,300

3,128

Research project "Western translations of the Dream of the Red Chamber" in China, funds granted by the Hanban, Ministry of Education, PR China

8/2010

11,750

15,980

international conference "Philosophy Bridging Worlds", Ruhr University Bochum; funds granted by International Postgraduate School of Humanities; funds for proceedings granted by European Science & Scholarship Association

2007-2009

approx.
75,000

approx. 105,000

printing costs from the European Science and Scholarship Association for academic monographs in the areas Chinese language, Chinese literature, comparison of cultures, philosophy

June 27, 2009

1,400

1,960

funds from the University of Applied Languages sponsoring the conference “Chinese Literature in translation”

11/2008-10/2012

40,615

56,861

funds from the Chinese Language Council International (Hanban) sponsoring one teacher of Chinese, in order to build up Chinese language courses at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, organized by the University of Applied Languages

since 10/2008

approx. 10,000  per year

approx. 14,000
per year

funds from the Frankfurt School for the University of Applied Languages in the framework of their institutional cooperation

9.2008

37,307

52,230

funds from the German chancellor for 6 teachers and graduated students of the University of Applied languages interpreting for a group of state guests, invited by the German chancellor to Berlin

21.05.2008

3,256

4,558

funds from the European Science and Scholarship Association for supporting the acquisition of students of Chinese

18.12.2007, 3.4.2008

5,200

7,280

printing costs from the European Science and Scholarship Association for the acta of the conference “Law and Justice in China

10.2007-2009

5,000

7,000

funds from the European University Press for the publication of outstanding theses of the University of Applied languages

9.2007

10,000

14,000

prize money for the award “Desideratum 2007”, used on the printing costs of the German translation of the novel “The Dream of the Red Chamber”

1998-1999

ca. 7,500

ca. 10,500

funds from the NRW State Ministry of Science, Germany, for the personal expenses of an internship in the framework of the program “Personnel transfer NRW”

1998

ca. 50,000

ca. 70,000

funds from the NRW State Ministry of Science, Germany, for the project “Far Eastern Language Modules for Companies / Research Institute for Language Software and Science”, sponsored by Prof. Inge C. Schwerdtfeger, Ruhr University Bochum

1996-1997

3,000

4,200

Graduate scholarship for gifted students from the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Bonn

1991-1996

5,000

7,000

Undergraduate scholarship for gifted students from the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Bonn

1991-1992

8,400

11,760

scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service for studying abroad at the Peking University, Faculty of Chinese Language and Literature

 

2010-2011 visiting scholar (as professor), Harvard University, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, sponsored by Prof. David Wang

1998-1999 visiting scholar (as post doc), Harvard University, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, sponsored by Prof. Leo Ou-fan Lee

1993 - 1995 Collaborator in the project “European Project on China's Modernization” granted by the Volkswagen Foundation, sponsored by Prof. Helmut Martin.