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DFG Contacts

Stand: January 18, 2022

Dr. Ellen Reister

Programme Director
Physics and Chemistry

E-Mail: Ellen.Reister@dfg.de
Telephone: +49 (228) 885-2332
Telefax: +49 (228) 885-713320
Kennedyallee 40
53175 Bonn

Tasks and Responsibilities

Scientific Areas of Responsibility

307-01   Experimental Condensed Matter Physics
307-02   Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics
310-01   Statistical Physics, Soft Matter, Biological Physics, Nonlinear Dynamics

Scientific Support

307-01 Experimental Condensed Matter Physics (Magnetism, Strongly Correlated Electron Systems)
307-02 Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics (Magnetism, Strongly Correlated Electron Systems)

Coordinated Programmes (procedural matters)

Priority Programmes

1666 Topological Insulators: Materials - Fundamental Properties - Devices
2137 Skyrmionics: Topological Spin Phenomena in Real-Space for Applications

Research Units

2316 Correlations in Integrable Quantum Many-Body Systems
2692 Fundamental Aspects of Statistical Mechanics and the Emergence of Thermodynamics in Non-Equilibrium Systems
5249 Quantitative Spatio-Temporal Model-Building for Correlated Electronic Matter

Coordinated Programmes (scientific matters)


183 Entangled States of Matter
227 Ultrafast Spin Dynamics

Clusters of Excellence (ExStra)

2056 CUI: Advanced Imaging of Matter
2147 Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter (CT.QMAT)

Collaborative Research Centres

910 Control of self-organizing nonlinear systems: Theoretical methods and concepts of application
951 Hybrid Inorganic/Organic Systems for Opto-Electronics
1073 Atomic scale control of energy conversion
1143 Correlated Magnetism: From Frustration To Topology
1238 Control and Dynamics of Quantum Materials
1277 Emergent Relativistic Effects in Condensed Matter: From Fundamental Aspects to Electronic Functionality
1432 Fluctuations and Nonlinearities in Classical and Quantum Matter beyond Equilibrium

Research Training Groups

1995 Quantum many-body methods in condensed matter systems