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Priority Programmes

Priority Programmes at FAU

Priority Programmes (SPP) bring transregional collaborations together and support research which promises to produce significant findings if funding is centrally co-ordinated. FAU is involved in a total of 36 of the DFG’s Priority Programmes.

Priority Programmes co-ordinated by FAU

  • SPP 1468 − Osteoimmunology – IMMUNOBONE – A programme to unravel mutual interactions between the immune system and bone:
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Priority Programmes involving FAU

  • SPP 527 – Integrated Ocean Drilling Program/Ocean Drilling Program (IODP/ODP):
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  • SPP 1158 − Antarctic research with comparable investigations in Arctic sea ice areas:
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  • SPP 1458 − High temperature superconductivity in iron pnictides:
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  • SPP 1459 − Graphenes:
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  • SPP 1463 − Epigenetic regulation of normal hematopoiesis and its dysregulation in myeloid neoplasia:
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  • SPP 1466 – Infinite life for cyclically loaded high performance materials:
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  • SPP 1480 − Modelling, simulation and compensation of thermal effects for complex machining processes:
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  • SPP 1486 – Particles in contact – Micromechanics, microprocess dynamics and particle collectives:
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  • SPP 1500 − Design and architectures of dependable embedded systems:
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  • SPP 1506 − Transport processes at fluidic interfaces:
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  • SPP 1551 − Resource efficient constructional elements:
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  • SPP 1568 − Design and generic principles of self-healing materials:
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  • SPP 1569 − Generation of multifunctional inorganic materials by molecular bionics:
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  • SPP 1570 − Porous media with defined porous structure in chemical engineering – Modelling, applications, synthesis:
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  • SPP 1590 − Probabilistic structures in evolution:
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  • SPP 1594 − Topological engineering of ultra-strong glasses
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  • SPP 1613 – Fuels produced regeneratively through light-driven water splitting: clarification of the elemental processes involved and prospects for implementation in technological concepts:
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  • SPP 1640 − Joining by plastic deformation:
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  • SPP 1648 − Software for exascale computing:
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  • SPP 1655 − Wireless ultra-high speed communication for mobile internet access:
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  • SPP 1676 − Dry metal forming – Sustainable production through dry processing in metal forming:
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  • SPP 1679 − Dynamic simulation of interconnected solids processes:
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  • SPP 1708 − Material synthesis near room temperature:
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  • SPP 1757 − Functional specialisations of neuroglia as critical determinants of brain activity:
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  • SPP 1764 – The German labour market in a globalised world: challenges through trade, technology and demographics:
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  • SPP 1796 − High frequency flexible bendable electronics for wireless communication systems:
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  • SPP 1807 − Control of London dispersion interactions in molecular chemistry:
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  • SPP 1840 − Quantum dynamics in tailored intense fields (QUTIF)
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  • SPP 1857 − Electromagnetic sensors for life sciences (ESSENCE):
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  • SPP 1886 – Polymorphic uncertainty modelling for the numerical design of structures:
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  • SPP 1889 − Regional sea level change and society (SeaLevel):
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  • SPP 1897− Calm, smooth and smart – Novel approaches for influencing vibrations by means of deliberately introduced dissipation:
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  • SPP 1914 − Cyber-physical networking (CPN):
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  • SPP 1921 – Intentional forgetting in organisations. Mechanisms of forgetting as ways of organisations adapting to an environment in which the amount of information is constantly increasing:
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  • SPP 1928 – Coordination networks: building blocks for functional systems:
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  • SPP 1929 − Giant interactions in Rydberg systems (GiRyd):
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  • SPP 1934 – Dispersity, structure and phase changes of proteins and biological agglomerates in biotechnology processes:
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