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

Research Training Group "Lorentz Force Velocimetry and Lorentz Force Eddy Current Testing" of the Technical University of Ilmenau. The researchers want to use two methods developed at their university to examine fundamental aspects of these questions and thereby lay the path for innovative applications. (Host university: Technical University of Ilmenau; spokesperson: Professor Dr. Andr Thess)

The Research Training Group "Teaching and Learning Processes" of the University of Koblenz-Landau seeks to give fresh impetus to interdisciplinary research on teaching and learning. The goal is to establish an interconnection of teaching methodology, empirical pedagogics and psychology in instruction through the innovative combination of result- and process-oriented research perspectives. In the Research Training Group, teachers with practical experience in schools and graduates of the education sciences and psychology will, for the first time, work towards their doctorates together. (Host university: University of Koblenz-Landau; spokesperson: Professor Dr. Wolfgang Schnotz)

The Research Training Group "Religious Nonconformism and Cultural Dynamics" of the University of Leipzig will study forms of religious behaviour and belief that deviate from the dominant forms of religion within a society and that are generally punished. This phenomenon occurs in the form of prophets, heresies, sects or discriminated religious minorities in all complex societies. Researchers will be studying interdisciplinary tensions between religious conformity and nonconformity, innovative and transformative potential in religious milieus and how it is presented by the media in various geographical areas and historical eras. (Host university: University of Leipzig; spokesperson: Professor Dr. Hubert Seiwert)

In the area of theoretical and experimental physics, the Research Training Group "Symmetry Breaking in Fundamental Interactions" of the University of Mainz will research s
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Contact: Marco Finetti
marco.finetti@dfg.de
49-228-885-2230
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
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