Research Units


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.

Research Units at RWTH
Number Title Spokesperson
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
FOR 2687

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.


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