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Mathematics and natural sciences

Structured doctoral programmes - Mathematics and natural sciences

Keywords

Optical technologies, optical measurement techniques, optical material processing, optics in medicine, optical materials and systems, optics in information and telecommunications technology, computer-assisted optics, optics in life sciences

Doctoral degree

Dr.-Ing., Dr. rer. nat., Dr. rer. biol.hum.

Programme duration

3 to 4 years

Application procedure

Submit applications to Dr. Jürgen Großmann

Specific conditions

Financial support (scholarship), mentoring, English, interdisciplinary, credit points system

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International Max Planck Research School Physics of Light (IMPRS-PL)

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Dr. Jürgen Großmann

  • Organization: Exzellenzinitiative
  • Working group: SAOT - Erlangen Graduate School in Advanced Optical Technologies
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-25850
  • Email: juergen.grossmann@aot.uni-erlangen.de

Information on graduate school

Keywords

Process engineering, technical chemistry, materials science, materials technology, physical and theoretical chemistry, chemical solid state and surface research, analytics, method development, physics of condensed matter, modelling, simulation and optimisation

Doctoral degree

Dr.-Ing., Dr. rer.nat.

Programme duration

3 to 4 years

Application procedure

Applications only possible for doctoral students at FAU within the EAM cluster of excellence

Specific conditions

Interdisciplinary mentoring, interdisciplinary networking, alumni experiences, support for participation in international conferences

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Research Training Group 1896 and Graduate School Molecular Science (GSMS)

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Ina Viebach

  • Organization: Exzellenzinitiative
  • Working group: Cluster of Excellence Engineering of Advanced Materials (EAM)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-20844
  • Email: ina.viebach@fau.de

Information on graduate school

Keywords

Molecules, materials, chemistry, pharmacy, model systems, computer chemistry

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat., Dr.-Ing.

Programme duration

Generally 3 years

Application procedure

The doctoral supervisor makes the application for admission. Please submit your application to Prof. Jux. The decision is made by the recruitment committee.

Specific conditions

No scholarships, financing of national and international conference visits/workshops/research trips, annual winter school

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Graduate School Advanced Materials and Processes (GS AMP) and Research Training Group 1896

FAU contact person and information about the programme

apl. Prof. Dr. Norbert Jux

  • Organization: Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy
  • Working group: Chair of Organic Chemistry II (Prof. Dr. Hirsch)
  • Phone number: 09131 8522976/29030
  • Email: norbert.jux@fau.de

Prof. Dr. Andreas Hirsch

  • Organization: Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy
  • Working group: Chair of Organic Chemistry II (Prof. Dr. Hirsch)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-22537
  • Email: andreas.hirsch@fau.de

Information on graduate school

Keywords

Research topics: Nanophotonics, non-linear optics and quantum optics, optomechanics, laser science, single molecule spectroscopy, super-resolution microscopy, plasmonics, pattern recognition, biophysics and biophotonics, detector development and X-ray imaging

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat., Dr.-Ing.

Programme duration

3 years +1 year (maximum 4 years)

Application procedure

Information on applying for the doctoral programme

Specific conditions

Structured curriculum, working language English, excellent research environment, international and interdisciplinary environment, financial support, soft skills courses, individual supervisor for each doctoral candidate and an advisory committee (advisor and group leader or postdoctoral researcher and academic IMPRS coordinator)

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SAOT – Erlangen Graduate School in Advanced Optical Technologies

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Dr. rer. nat. Peter Banzer

  • Organization: Institute of Optics, Information and Photonics
  • Working group: Chair of Experimental Physics (Optics)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 7133 115
  • Email: peter.banzer@mpl.mpg.de

Information about the programme

Keywords

Focused integration of the mathematical branches of modelling, simulation and optimisation using the example of gas networks, modelling and analysis of complex networks of hyperbolic balance equations, including switches, development of a mixed integer optimisation theory and its algorithmic implementation for complex networks, numerical approximation of algebraically linked PDEs including error management, optimal control of systems with deterministic or stochastic uncertainty

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat.

Programme duration

Approximately 3 years

Application procedure

Applications for doctoral scholarship (6-12 months) can be made at any time within the SFB Transregio 154

Specific conditions

Intensive academic support from two mentors, trans-regional summer and winter schools, regular talks and block courses by guest academics, lecture series adapted to the location and tailored to the thematic focal points of TRR 154, networking, international conference visits, overseas trips, excursions

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Doctoral programme – Mathematics

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Prof. Dr. Frauke Liers

  • Organization: Department of Mathematics
  • Working group: Professur für Diskrete Optimierung in den Ingenieurwissenschaften (Prof. Dr. Liers)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-67151
  • Email: frauke.liers@math.uni-erlangen.de

Prof. Dr. Nicole Marheineke

  • Organization: Department of Mathematics
  • Working group: Professur für Angewandte Mathematik (Mathematische Modellierung) (Prof. Dr. Marheineke)

Information about the programme

Keywords

Mathematics and mathematical research as an entity, mathematical and scientific training and advanced training, individual supervision

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat.

Programme duration

Four semesters with the opportunity to extend by 1 year twice

Application procedure

The informal application (see the programme statutes) must include a two-page, brief academic description of the doctoral project signed by both the doctoral candidate and supervisor

Specific conditions

Support with applying for scholarships, help with interdisciplinary networking within FAU and at the international level, intensified contact and

academic exchanges with other doctoral candidates, at least one all-day doctoral colloquium every year, additional certificate if the doctoral candidate

has given two lectures during the doctoral colloquiums or symposiums, participated in two doctoral symposiums, including mini courses, and attended at least two professional soft skills courses offered by the FAU Graduate Centre.

Overlaps

Research Training Group integrated into TRR 154

FAU contact person and information about the programme

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Keywords

Pharmaceutical science, molecular medicine, molecular science, pharmacology, food chemistry, biochemistry

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat.

Programme duration

Approximately 3 to 5 years

Application procedure

Doctoral candidates should submit an application with the support of their supervisor.

Specific conditions

Mentoring, presentations, research day, attendance at talks, participation in lectures, soft skills courses

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Research Training Group 1910 – Medicinal chemistry of selective GPCR ligands

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Prof. Dr. Markus Heinrich

  • Organization: Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy
  • Working group: Professor of Medicinal Chemistry
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-24115
  • Email: markus.heinrich@fau.de

Information about the programme

Keywords

Medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCR), receptor dynamics, visualisation

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat.

Programme duration

3 to 4 years

Application procedure

Contact the spokesperson or co-ordinator

Specific conditions

Interdisciplinary research in various working groups (overseas trip with European or American partners), teaching by peers, seminars, participation in international symposiums and summer schools, choice of internships with commericial partners, professional skills workshops

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Research Training Group 1910 – Medicinal chemistry of selective GPCR ligands

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Prof. Dr. Peter Gmeiner

  • Organization: Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy
  • Working group: Chair of Medicinal Chemistry (Prof. Dr. Gmeiner)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-24116
  • Email: peter.gmeiner@fau.de

Information about the programme

Keywords

Elite degree programme, physics, integrated doctoral programme, research-orientated, co-operation with the University of Regensburg

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat.

Programme duration

From 3rd/4th semester of Bachelor’s degree programme through to completion of doctoral degree (5.5 + 1.5 years)

Application procedure

Online via the programme website

Specific conditions

Elite Network of Bavaria programme, degree programme with a marked focus on research, special events on topics such as project management, patent law or presentation techniques, the students in the annual intake on the elite degree course spend one year studying together (one semester in Erlangen and one in Regensburg), extensive workshops, option to spend time abroad, teaching language is English

Overlaps

No overlaps with other programmes

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Prof. Dr. Kristina Giesel

  • Organization: Institute of Theoretical Physics
  • Working group: Professur für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Giesel)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-28470
  • Email: kristina.giesel@gravity.fau.de

Information about the programme

Keywords

Adaptive immune response, immunology, B and T cells, dendritic cells, ILC, fast-track doctoral degree

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat., Dr. med.

Programme duration

4.5 years in the case of fast-track doctoral degree

1 to 2 years in the case of qualified physicians

3 years in case of associated doctoral candidates

Application procedure

Application symposium with presentation, individual discussions with the training group professors, doctoral candidates and training group committee. The application process has already ended.

Specific conditions

Fast-track doctoral degree (4.5 years from BSc to Dr. rer. nat.), solely supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG), quality assurance by a three-person supervisory committee, annual retreats and networking meetings with other national research associations, fully-financed 3-month internship abroad for fast-track doctoral candidates, workshops and international congress organised by doctoral candidates, annual public relations activities (International Immunology Day)

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Integrated Research Training Group from TRR130 (focus on B-cells). As well as B cells, the RTG 1660 also investigates other cells of the adaptive immune response and their mediators (e.g. B and T cells, dendritic cells, ILC, etc.)

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Hans-Martin Jäck

  • Job title: Leiter d. Abtlg. f. Molekulare Immunologie/Med. Klinik III
  • Organization: Department of Medicine 3
  • Working group: Division of Immunolgy (Prof. Dr. Jäck)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-35912
  • Email: hans-martin.jaeck@fau.de

Dr. rer. nat. Anja Glanz

  • Job title: GK1660 Koordinatorin
  • Organization: Department of Medicine 3
  • Working group: Division of Immunolgy (Prof. Dr. Jäck)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-43219
  • Email: anja.glanz@uk-erlangen.de

Information about the programme

Keywords

Medicinal chemistry, materials research, G-protein coupled receptors, selective receptor ligands, computer chemistry, pharmacology

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat.

Programme duration

3 years

Application procedure

Vacant posts will be advertised on the research training group website in due course.

Specific conditions

Research training group across different locations (with the University of Regensburg), job pool includes DFG-financed doctoral and postdoctoral posts

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Emil Fischer Graduate Programme and International Doctoral Programme – Receptor Dynamics: Emerging Paradigms for Novel Drugs

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Prof. Dr. Peter Gmeiner

  • Organization: Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy
  • Working group: Chair of Medicinal Chemistry (Prof. Dr. Gmeiner)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-24116
  • Email: peter.gmeiner@fau.de

Dr. Stefan Löber

  • Organization: Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy
  • Working group: Chair of Medicinal Chemistry (Prof. Dr. Gmeiner)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-22558
  • Email: stefan.loeber@fau.de

Information about the programme

Keywords

Biological membranes, protein-lipid interactions, membrane arrangement, membrane transport, cell growth, cell adhesion

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat.

Programme duration

3 years

Application procedure

Via e-mail to Professor Böckmann,grk1962@fau.de

Specific conditions

Interdisciplinary research training group for biology, physics and medicine, supervisory committee composed of two supervisors and mentors, fast-track doctoral degree option, 2-5-month stay abroad

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Prof. Dr. Rainer Böckmann

  • Organization: Department Biologie
  • Working group: Professur für Computational Biology (Prof. Dr. Böckmann)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-25409
  • Email: rainer.boeckmann@fau.de

Information about the programme

Keywords

Research into molecular switching points for resolving inflammation, arthritis, Crohn’s disease and asthma, highly qualified, translational training, focus on life sciences

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat., Dr. biol. hum., Dr. med., Dr. med. dent.

Programme duration

4 years

1 year in each case with a doctoral scholarship for medical doctoral candidates

Application procedure

Send application documents as a PDF via email to Sebastian Böltz stating the desired sub-projects.

Specific conditions

Mentoring, “jour fixe” every two weeks, training workshops, seminars, public relations, financial support, 5 doctoral scholarships for medical doctoral candidates each year, annual retreat of the SFB/Integrated Research Training Group 1181

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Transregio SFB -B-cells: Immunity and Autoimmunity (TRR 130)

Research Training Group 1660 – Key signals of adaptive immune response

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Sebastian Böltz, M. Sc.

  • Job title: Projektkoordination IRTG 1181
  • Organization: Department of Medicine 3
  • Working group: Chair of Medicine III (Prof. Dr. Schett)
  • Phone number: Office +49 9131 85 43239 / Labor +49 9131 85 24787
  • Email: sebastian.boeltz@uk-erlangen.de

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Keywords

CNS, vulnerability, neural development, neurodegeneration, neuropsychiatric illnesses

Doctoral degree

Dr. rer. nat., Dr. med.

Programme duration

Approximately 3 years

Application procedure

By email to grk2162@fau.de. More information about the application procedure can be found on the research training group website

Specific conditions

Ten financially supported neuroscience doctoral candidates, ten associated neuroscience doctoral candidates, close mentoring by the doctoral committee, one financed post-doctoral post, intensive national and international networking, scholarships for medical doctoral candidates, rotation post for physicians, equal opportunities funding, complementary workshops and soft skills seminars, financing of conference trips

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Doctoral Academy of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Clinical Research (IZKF)

FAU contact person and information about the programme

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Dr. rer. nat. Andrea Link

  • Organization: Department of Biochemistry
  • Working group: Professur für Molekulare Medizin mit dem Schwerpunkt Molekulare Bildgebung (Prof. Dr. Lie)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-24687
  • Email: andrea.link@fau.de

Information about the programme

Keywords

Medical doctoral programme, experimental doctoral thesis in medicine, structured training programme to complement studies, research focuses of the Faculty of Medicine.

Doctoral degree

Dr. med., Dr. med. dent.

Programme duration

Work on an academic research project as the basis for a later doctoral degree extends over a total of nine months (of which eight consecutive months are covered by the scholarship), supplemented by employment through to completion of the doctoral degree.

Application procedure

By submission of an application to the IZKF office. The Committee for Promoting Young Researchers (KNF) decides whether to accept candidates.

Specific conditions

A scholarship for eight consecutive months during a programme that includes research, training modules, supervisory committees, presentations during cross-regional professional conferences, seminars organised by doctoral candidates, guest speaker seminars, subject-specific and advanced interdisciplinary training courses, annual retreat, public relations and publications

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Research Training Group 2162 – Development and vulnerability of the central nervous system

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Christoph Becker

  • Job title: Forschungskoordinator; Leiter der Forschungsabteilung der Medizinischen Klinik 1
  • Organization: Department of Medicine 1
  • Working group: Professur für Molekulare Gastroenterologie (Prof. Dr. Becker)
  • Phone number: 09131/85 35886, 85 35874
  • Email: christoph.becker@uk-erlangen.de

Anne Reichel

  • Organization: Weitere Forschungs- und Kompetenzzentren
  • Working group: IZKF - Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Klinische Forschung
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-46843
  • Email: anne.reichel@uk-erlangen.de

Information about the programme

Keywords

Religion, anthropology, human beings, Islam, Christianity

Doctoral degree

Dr. theol., Dr. phil., Dr. jur., Dr. med., Dr. med. dent., Dr. rer. nat.

Programme duration

4 semesters

Application procedure

By sending an application for admission to the programme co-ordinator Prof. Jürgen van Oorschot

Specific conditions

Individual mentoring by the supervisor, financial support for congress trips and publications

Overlaps

‘Postgraduate Programme Islamic Theology’, Department of Islamic Religious Studies (DIRS)

FAU contact person and information about the programme

Prof. Dr. Jürgen van Oorschot

  • Organization: Department of Old Testament
  • Working group: Chair of Old Testament II (Prof. Dr. Oorschot)
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-22206
  • Email: juergen.oorschot@fau.de

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