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German Research Foundation

The German Research Foundation (DFG) is the self-governing organization of science in Germany and also the country's largest funding institution for basic research. It is responsible for awarding the funding provided by the federal and state governments to outstanding researchers and promising research projects.

At a glance

7 Collaborative Research Centres (SFB) & Transregios

6 Research Training Groups

6 DFG Research Units

3 NFDI Projects

3 DFG Emmy Noether Junior Research Groups

Collaborative Research Centres and Transregios

SFB 177: Sozialgeschichte des neuzeitlichen Bürgertums
SFB 216: Polarisation und Korrelation in atomaren Stoßkomplexen
SFB 223: Pathomechanismen zellulärer Wechselwirkungen
SFB 227: Prävention und Intervention im Kindes- und Jugendalter
SFB 343: Diskrete Strukturen in der Mathematik (in German)
SFB 360: Situated Artificial Communicators
SFB 549: Macromolecular Processing and Signalling in the Extracellular Matrix
SFB 584: The Political as Communicative Space in History
SFB 613: Physics of Single-Molecule Processes an of Molecular Recognition in Organic Systems
SFB 673: Alignment in Communication
SFB 686: Model-based control of homogenized low-temperature combustion
SFB 701 Spectral Structures and Topological Methods in Mathematics
SFB 882 From heterogeneities to inequalities





Heisenberg Professorships

Prof. Dr. Maximilian Benz: Deutsche Literaturwissenschaft von den Anfängen bis 1700 (in German)

Prof. Dr. Daniela Schiek: Soziale Herkunft, Wohlfahrtsstaat und Individualisierung: Studien zu den Voraussetzungen elternunabhängiger Lebensverläufe

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