DFG Research Training Groups
Research Training Groups are established by universities to promote young researchers and encourage their early scientific independence. They are funded by the DFG for a period of up to nine years. Their main focus is the qualification of doctoral researchers through structured curricula and training in a focused research programme.
DFG Research Training Groups coordinated by Göttingen scientists
- RTG 2756: Cytoskeletal elements of active matter - from molecular interactions to cellular biophysics (CYTAC), start: 01.01.2023
- RTG 2654: Sustainable Food Systems
- RTG 2636: Form-meaning mismatches
- RTG 2491: Fourier Analysis and Spectral Theory
- RTG 2455: BENCh - Benchmark Experiments for Numerical Quantum Chemistry
- RTG 2300: Enrichment of European beech forests with conifers: impacts of functional traits on ecosystem functioning
- International RTG 2172: PRoTECT Plant Responses To Eliminate Critical Threats
- RTG 2088: Discovering structure in complex data: Statistics meets Optimization and Inverse Problems
- RTG 2070: Understanding Social Relationships
- International RTG 1816: Phosphorylation- and redox-mediated signalling mechanisms in the failing heart.
- RTG 1703: Resource Efficiency in Corporate Networks - Approaches for the Future Use of Renewable Materials and their By-products
- Integrated RTG - SFB 1073: Atomic scale control of energy conversion