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Projects in GEPRIS

A wide range of information about current and completed DFG-funded research projects. Externer Linkmore

In 2016, the DFG funded over 31,000 new and ongoing projects with a funding volume of more than €3 billion. The individual grants programmes enable researchers to conduct projects with clearly defined topics and durations and offer support to early career researchers. These programmes accounted for 33 percent of the DFG’s total funding in 2016. Over 15,900 new and ongoing projects were funded during the reporting period.

The DFG supports international research cooperation in all of its funding programmes and with a multitude of instruments. Regardless of the specific type of project funding involved, researchers may apply for necessary funds in addition to the project funding itself. Interner Linkmore

From left: Ismene Seeberg-Elverfeldt (DFG), Sinikka Tina Lennartz (GEOMAR),  Sebastian Sippel (Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry), Prof. Jan Behrmann (GEOMAR)

Bernd Rendel Prize 2017

Three researchers at the start of their careers in the earth sciences will receive the Bernd Rendel Prize of the DFG this year for their multifaceted and original research in the earth sciences. Interner Linkmore

Seibold Prize 2017

Professor Dr. Takeshi Tsubata und Professor Dr.-Ing. Thomas Bock haben im Festsaal der Universität Bonn den mit 10.000 Euro dotierten Eugen und Ilse Seibold-Preis erhalten. Es war die zehnte Verleihung des Preises. Interner Linkmore

Von Kaven Prize 2017

The von Kaven Award of the DFG (German Research Foundation) will be presented this year to Dr. Manuel Amann in recognition of his outstanding contribution to differential geometry and topology. Interner Linkmore

Central Research Facilities

European Liaison Office of the German Research Organisations

KoWi is the joint service platform of Germany’s major research organisations.
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Research Vessel Meteor

Meteor is Germany's second largest research vessel and is used for basic research in a number of scientific disciplines.
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Research Vessel Maria S. Merian

The research vessel Maria S. Merian is a multidisciplinary research platform equipped with outstanding facilities.
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