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Date:11/18/2008

countries. Under the title "Protecting the Heart from Ischemia" the interdisciplinary project is concerned with the causes and effects of the disease and also with possible therapeutic approaches. (Host univer-sity : Justus-Liebig University, Giessen; Spokesperson: Professor Dr. Hans Michael Piper; Collaboration partner: Universitat Autnoma de Barcelona)

  • The European "Expert Cultures of the 12th to 16th Centuries" are the topic of a Research Training Group at the University of Gttingen. In this project, doctoral researchers from the fields of history, theology and philosophy will investigate the ambivalent relationship that arose in the late Middle Ages between experts and society, in which the non-experts devel-oped a very diverse set of attitudes, ranging from trust in experts to criticism of them. (Host university: Georg-August University, Gttingen; Spokesperson: Professor Dr. Frank Rexroth)

  • The Research Training Group "Self-organised Mobile Communication Systems for Disaster Scenarios" aims to overcome the restrictions of existing, highly static communication sys-tems. The young team of researchers from the Technical University of Ilmenau is developing more flexible types of communication technology to this end. At the forefront of this is the creation of improved organisational networks. As a specific objective, the scientists want to create mechanisms for the dynamic self-organising coordination of future means of communi-cation. (Host university: Technical University of Ilmenau; Spokesperson: Professor Dr.-Ing. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel)

  • A unique and highly complex connection between various research fields in physics is the aim of the Research Training Group "Quantum and Gravitational Fields" at the University of Jena. In close collaboration between physicists and mathematicians the Group is making use of the interface between field theory and differential geometry. The aim is therefore to exploit the innovative cross-fer
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  • Contact: Dr. Eva-Maria Streier
    em.streier@dfg.de
    49-228-885-2250
    Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
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