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DFG establishes 18 new research training groups
Date:5/20/2011

lidity forms the focus of RTG 1728's work. The Research Training Group, entitled "Theologie als Wissenschaft. Formierungsprozesse der Reflexivitt von Glaubenstraditionen in historischer und systematischer Analyse" ["Theology as Science. Processes of Formation in the Reflexivity of Faith Traditions, Analysed from A Historical and Systematic Perspective"] will base its research on the theory that scientific theology, in particular, embodies the "reflexivisation" of faith traditions. In its work, the Research Training Group will draw on self-descriptions and declarations of autonomy provided by the religions themselves. The study is an interdenominational one that will involve the cooperation of Protestant, Catholic and Islamic theologists, as well as scientists from non-theological disciplines. Through its work, the Research Training Group also aims to revive the visibility of the scientific nature of theology or theologies.
(Coordinating University: Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Coordinator: Professor Dr. Claus Arnold)

RTG 1703 "Ressourceneffizienz in Unternehmensnetzwerken Methoden zur betrieblichen und berbetrieblichen Planung fr die Nutzung erneuerbarer Rohstoffe" ["Resource Efficiency in Company Networks Corporate and Industrial Planning Methods for Utilising Renewable Raw Materials"] aims to develop methods to facilitate the more efficient use of resources. The team will focus on the efficient use of renewable raw materials in joint production processes (processes which produce several different products at the same time). The researchers aim to achieve a cascading usage of uses, in which the same raw material is used several times before being processed to generate energy. The projects will thus contribute to sustainability management, which affects procedures in all sectors of the network at operational, tactical and strategic levels.
(Coordinating University: Georg August University of Gttingen. Coordinator: Pr
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Contact: Marco Finetti
marco.finetti@dfg.de
49-228-885-2230
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
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