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Date:11/18/2008

n properties, infrared vision or optical orientation: exam-ples from nature will be studied and implemented in technical systems. In this project the re-searchers from Bonn are cooperating with engineers from the Research Centre Jlich and the RWTH Aachen as well as external industrial partners. (Host university: Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms University, Bonn; Spokesperson: Professor Dr. Gerhard von der Emde)

  • A better understanding of mathematical structures of equations in different applications of fluid mechanics is the goal of the International Research Training Group "Mathematical Fluid Dynamics", in which Darmstadt University of Technology is collaborating closely with the Japanese University of Tokyo and Waseda University. The researchers in this Group, who come from various disciplines, intend to link together various branches of mathematics and engineering in a productive way. (Host university: Darmstadt University of Technology; Spokesperson: Professor Dr. Matthias Hieber; Collaboration partners: University of Tokyo, Waseda University)

  • "The Dynamic Response of Plants to A Changing Environment" is the title of the Interna-tional Research Training Group in plant science at the University of Dsseldorf. In close co-operation with Michigan State University in the USA, the complex adaptation processes of plants to non-constant temperature and light conditions are to be investigated. The interdisci-plinary research ranges from genomics and population ecology to bioinformatics and cell bi-ology and biochemistry. (Host university : Heinrich-Heine University, Dsseldorf; Spokes-person: Professor Dr. Andreas P. M. Weber; Collaboration partner: Michigan State Univer-sity)

  • In its International Research Training Group with Spanish scientists in the field of medicine, the University of Giessen is working on the topic of vascular diseases. Its focus is on ischemic heart disease, which is the most common cause of death in industrialised
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  • Contact: Dr. Eva-Maria Streier
    em.streier@dfg.de
    49-228-885-2250
    Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
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