Further Projects and Research Structures

Summary

Interdisciplinary Working Groups

With the founding of the first Interdisciplinary Working Group in 1986, the Johannes Gutenberg University created a new funding instrument for interdisciplinary collaboration in individual fields of research. The centres are established by the Senate, with a reservation of appraisal, for a certain period, and provided with €2,500 per year.

Interdisciplinary working groups serve, among other things, as nuclei for the formation of larger structures and for the creation of a critical mass, in order to find an increased echo among external funding sources.

At present Faculty 08 is involved in the following Interdisciplinary Working Groups:

» Bio-Information Technology

» Funktionelle Kernspintomographie

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