DFG Priority Programmes

The German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG) establishes Priority Program for coordinated multi-location funding for important new topics in order to foster network formation and advance interdisciplinarity. These programs are typically run for six years with an intermediate review.

Ongoing DFG - Priority Programs related to TU Kaiserslautern

SPP 1158 "Antarctic Research with Comparative Investigations in Arctic Ice Areas" (since 2003)

SPP 1655 "Drahtlose Ultrahochgeschwindigkeitskommunikation für den mobilen Internetzugriff" (since 2013)

SPP 1710 "Dynamics of thiol-based redox switches in cellular physiology" (since 2014)

SPP 1736 "Algorithms for Big Data" (since 2014)

SPP 1748 "Reliable Simulation Techniques in Solid Mechanics. Development of Non-standard Discretization Methods, Mechanical and Mathematical Analysis" (since 2014)

SPP 1807 "Control of London dispersion interactions in molecular chemistry" (since 2015)

SPP 1833 "Building a Habitable Earth" (since 2015)

SPP 1839 "Tailored Disorder" (since 2015)

SPP 1879 "Nucleotide Second Messenger Signaling in Bacteria" (since 2016)

SPP 1927 "Iron-Sulfur for Life" (since 2016)

SPP 1929 "Giant Interactions in Rydberg Systems (GiRyd)" (since 2015)

SPP 1962 "Non-smooth and Complementarity-Based Distributed Parameter Systems: Simulation and Hierarchical Optimization" (since 2016)

SPP 1980 "Nanoparticle Synthesis in Spray Flames: Spray Syn: Measurement, Simulation, Processes" (since  2017)

SPP 2020 "Cyclic deterioration of High-Performance Concrete in an experimental-virtual lab" (since 2017)

SPP 2045 "Highly specific and multidimensional fractionation of fine particle systemes with technical relevance" (since 2017)

SPP 2074 "Fluidless Lubricationsystems with high mechanical Load " (since 2018, Coordination TU Kaiserslautern)

SPP 2086 "Surface Conditioning in Machining Processes" (since 2018)

SPP 2100 "Soft Material Robotic Systems" (seit 2019)

SPP 2102 "Light controlled reactivity of metal complexes (LCRMC)" (since 2018)

SPP 2137 "Skyrmionics: Topological Spin Phenomena in Real-Space for Applications" (since 2018)



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