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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Collaborative Research Centres at Humboldt-Universität

The DFG is currently funding four collaborative research centres which are coordinated by Humboldt-Universität.

 

1 CRC 951 Organic/anorganic hybrid syste, (HIOS)
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2 CRC 1315 Mechanisms and disturbances in memory consolidation: From synapses to systems
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3 CRC 1412 Register: Language-Users' Knowledge of Situational-Functional Variation
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4 CRC 1404 FONDA – Foundations of Workflows of Large-Scale Scientific Data Analysis
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Humboldt Participation in Collaborative Research Centres

     
1 CRC 980 Episteme in Motion - Transfer of Knowledge from the Ancient World to the Early Modern Period
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2 CRC 1078 Protonation Dynamics in Protein Function
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3 CRC 1265 Re-Figuration of Spaces
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4 CRC 1294 Data Assimilation - The Seamless Integration of Data and Models
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5 CRC 1349 Fluorine-Specific Interactions: Fundamentals and Functions
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6 CRC 1375 Nonlinear Optics down to Atomic Scales (NOA)
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7 CRC/TR109 Discretisation in Geometry and Dynamics
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8 CRC/TR154 Mathematical Modelling, Simulation and Optimisation Using the Example of Gas Networks
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9 CRC/TR175 The Green Hub. Central Coordinator of Acclimation in Plants
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10 CRC/TR190 Rationality and Competition: The Economic Performance of Individuals and Firms
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11 CRC/TR266 Accounting for Transparency
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Completed Projects of Collaborative Research Centres

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Collaborative Research Centres

are research institutions established at universities for a longer term - usually for twelve to fifteen years - where researchers work together in a framework of interdisciplinary research projects. Host universities apply for DFG funding and, on obtaining it, provide the Collaborative Research Centres with an appropriate level of personnel and material support.

Collaborative Research Centres conduct research on challenging, complex and long-term projects by concentrating and co-ordinating a university’s capacities. Promoting young researchers is another specific objective of the Centres.

When the research focus is on one university, Collaborative Research Centres may also incorporate projects from neighbouring universities and non-university research institutions. In carrying out the investigations, they may also co-operate with industry and the private sector.

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