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DFG establishes 8 new research units
Date:3/19/2013

e collaborative project will use cutting-edge laboratory methods and mathematical models to look at genetic changes, biological signal paths and the immunology of this disease. The findings promise not only a better understanding of adult T-cell lymphomas but also the origin of lymphomas in general and the immunology of T-cells.

(Spokesperson: Prof. Dr. Martin-Leo Hansmann, University of Frankfurt a. M.)

"A New Approach toward Improved Estimates of Atlantic Ocean Freshwater Budgets and Transports as Part of the Global Hydrological Cycle" is the name of a newly established Research Unit in Earth Sciences. This project involves researchers from oceanography, atmospheric physics and chemistry and air-water interaction working together to analyse and understand the flows of fresh water in the Atlantic Ocean, one of the key areas for the global climate. Central issues will be how and by how much the North Atlantic and sea ice influence the global water cycle. The researchers will look at processes such as evaporation, precipitation and ice melt with modern observation and satellite technology and will also be using numerical models.

(Spokesperson: Prof. Dr. Detlef Stammer, University of Hamburg)

The "Symmetry, Geometry and Arithmetic" Research Unit will examine current issues in modern arithmetic. An important and key theme will be the investigation of absolute Galois groups and their generalisations. These elegantly code arithmetic information which can be extracted through the study of these groups and their representations. The researchers, who are based in Heidelberg and Darmstadt, are hoping that by dovetailing motivic homotopy theory, deformation theory, Iwasawa theory, the theory of automorphic forms and L-functions, they will be able to draw interesting conclusions from new insight into one of these areas which they can apply to the others, in a contemporary vision and modern understanding of basic mathematical research.

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Contact: Marco Finetti
marco.finetti@dfg.de
49-228-885-2230
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
Source:Eurekalert

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