A research unit is composed of multiple outstanding researchers who are working together on a particular research task. The collaboration should give them the opportunity to devote their attention to current, pressing questions in their subject fields and to establish innovative work methods.
|FOR 5409||Structure-Preserving Numerical Methods for Bulk- and Interface-Coupling of Heterogeneous Models (SNuBIC)||Prof. Manuel Torrilhon|
|CRU 5011||Integrating emerging methods to advance translational kidney research (InteraKD)||Prof. Peter Boor|
Cyclic Variations in Highly Optimized Spark-Ignition Engines: Experiment and Simulation of a Multi-Scale Causal Chain
|Prof. Heinz Pitsch|
|FOR 2591||Severity Assessment in Animal Based Research||Prof. René Tolba|
|CRU 344||Untangling and Targeting Mechanisms of Myelofibrosis in Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPN)||
Prof. Tim Brümmendorf (Speaker)Prof. Steffen Koschmieder (Research Coordinator)
|FOR 2401||Optimization-Based Multi-Scale Control of Low-Temperature Engine Combustion Processes||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jakob Andert|
|FOR 2319||Determination of Neutrino Mass Hierarchy in the JUNO Experiment||Prof. Dr. Achim Stahl|
Further research units with RWTH involvement can be found in GEPRIS.
Coordinated DFG Programs - Advice & Support
Research Training Groups, Collaborative Research Centers, Research Groups, Focus Programs