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

y, lessen changes to the natural environment and, thus, reduce the associated effects on society. The interdisciplinary collaboration is focused on the natural sciences. In addition, related questions from the social sciences and law are to be explored as well. (Host university: University of Bremen; spokesperson: Professor Dr. Katrin Huhn; cooperative partner: University of Waikato)

How often do certain linguistic structures occur in a language and what effect does this linguistic phenomenon have on the mental representation of language? The Research Training Group "Frequency as a Determinant in Usage-Based Models of Language Change, Language Processing and Language Acquisition" of the University of Freiburg will examine these questions. In various European languages and their variants, the research team will investigate the frequency effects using empirically observable methods of linguistics and cognitive science. (Host university: Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg; spokesperson: Professor Dr. Stefan Pfnder)

The International Research Training Group "Baltic Borderlands Shifting Boundaries of Mind and Culture in the Borderlands of the Baltic Region" of the University of Greifswald will, for the first time, specifically examine the perception of this change from the 15th century to the present. How did historic border areas form and change? What cultural correlations did border transgressions have? For what reasons were borders economically permeable? German, Swedish and Estonian researchers from the social, linguistic and historical sciences want to answer these and other questions. (Host university: Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University of Greifswald; spokesperson: Professor Dr. Michael North; cooperative partners: Lund University, University of Tartu)

The measurement of flow velocities in hot and aggressive, molten metals and glasses and the detection of underlying material defects in solid bodies are the challenges to be worked on by the
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Contact: Marco Finetti
marco.finetti@dfg.de
49-228-885-2230
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
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