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DFG establishes 14 new research training groups
Date:5/24/2009

s to facilitate new, interdisciplinary perspectives in the research fields of physics and biology. The selected research topics range from the transport of interacting electrons in nonequilibrium through semiconductor quantum dots, to nanorods that swim in aqueous solutions and that are driven by shear flow, to neurons in the brain. With the description of the collective dynamics of interacting units in nonequilibrium, the Research Training Group is concentrating on basic research, but will also be motivated by possible applications in medicine or modern photonic or microfluid apparatus, for example. (Host university: Technical University of Berlin; spokesperson: Professor Dr. Holger Stark)

In an inter- and intraregional comparison, the Research Training Group "Risk and East Asia" plans to use an innovative approach to consider the risks to which institutions expose themselves when changing from government control processes to market-related control processes. For this purpose, the Research Training Group of the University of Duisburg-Essen is studying the institutional transition in East Asia, with special focus on China, Japan and South Korea. There, the risks exhibit considerable differences in distribution and responsibilities as compared to Europe. In addition, the theoretical and purely empirical social sciences are also to be combined with language- and country-related regional science. For this purpose, the group is working in close cooperation with the White Rose East Asia Centre of the universities of Leeds and Sheffield. (Host university: University of Duisburg-Essen; Spokesperson: Professor Dr. Karen A. Shire)

The International Research Training Group "INTERCOASTIntegrated Coastal Zone and Shelf-Sea Research" combines the expertise of the universities of Waikato and Bremen, which build upon a long-standing cooperation. The researchers from Germany and New Zealand want to study how one can analyse, understand, predict and, when necessar
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Contact: Marco Finetti
marco.finetti@dfg.de
49-228-885-2230
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
Source:Eurekalert

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