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Date:5/27/2009

ltaic cells, as switchable optical band-gap materials or as mechanically stable lightweight construction materials. (Host university: University of Bayreuth; spokesperson: Professor Matthias Ballauff)

How can complex processes in economics and technology be statistically modelled, predicted and controlled in a manner that is appropriate and that addresses relevant issues? This topic will be investigated by SFB 823, "Statistics of Nonlinear Dynamic Processes". The research will focus on time-variable dynamic processes in economics and the engineering sciences. During the project the researchers will be employing time scales of various resolution, from the millisecond scale in sheet metal forming to the minute cycle required in audio signal processing, as well as the time horizon of multiple years in the dynamic modelling of economic market structures. For the first time, dynamic, statistical models are to be expanded with non-stationary dynamics. Using innovative approaches, the centre wants to thereby develop abstract methods as well as solutions for practical application problems. (Host university: Technical University of Dortmund; spokesperson: Professor Walter Krmer; participating institutions: Ruhr University of Bochum and the Rheinisch-Westflisches Institut fr Wirtschaftsforschung, Essen (RWI Essen); Universit Libre de Brussels, Belgium; European Center for Advanced Research in Economics and Statistics, Belgium)

Against the backdrop of current domestic and foreign-policy debates, the humanities and the social and cultural sciences have, in recent years, more strongly addressed the topic of religion. The newly established SFB 804, "Transcendence and Public Spirit", will consider the term "transcendence" beyond its religious meaning. In their work, the researchers want to conceptually unite the analytic categories of "transcendence" and "public spirit" in discourse and in practice in new ways and examine their social perception and implications
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Contact: Marco Finetti
marco.finetti@dfg.de
49-228-885-2230
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
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