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  • West African Wild Silks Techniques: Preserving Marka-Dafing’s Heritage of Knowledge

    Schäffner, Wolfgang, Prof. Dr. (Cluster of Excellence 'Matters of Activity')

    Duration of Project: 02/2020 - 07/2022

    Financer: Sonstige internationale öffentliche Mittelgeber

    For centuries, indigenous wild silks have been traded across West Africa and used in Marka-Dafing’s textile production in the Mouhoun regions of Western Burkina Faso. Over the past twenty years, the precious materials that are used by women for weavi ...

  • TWAS Malaria

    Matuschewski, Kai, Prof. Dr. (Molecular Parasitology)

    Duration of Project: 07/2017 - 09/2017

    Financer: DFG: Sonstiges

    Internationale wissenschaftliche Zusammenarbeit zwischen DFG und TWAS ( The World Academy of Sciences) zur Förderung eines maximal dreimonatigen Gastaufenthalts.

  • The Axonal Code of Information Processing

    Brecht, Michael, Prof. Dr. (Animal Physiology/Systems Neurobiology and Neural Computation)

    Duration of Project: 07/2014 - 12/2017

    Financer: Einstein Stiftung Berlin

    In diesem Projekt sollen die Fähigkeiten zweier experimentellen Labors zusammengeführt werden. Insbesondere sollen die hervorragenden Fähigkeiten von Herrn Gloveli in der Registrierung axonaler Signale mit unserer Expertise in In-Vivo-Präparation am ...

  • Technical Procedures for Closed Crop Production Systems to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change-Induced Abiotic Stress

    Schmidt, Uwe, Prof. Dr. (Section Biological Systems Technology)

    Duration of Project: 09/2018 - 08/2022

    Financer: Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung

    One of the major challenges of the 21st century is the mitigation of global climate change, which is mainly caused by greenhouse gas emissions. One contribution to this could be made by advanced and intelligently controlled greenhouse systems. Theref ...

  • Technical Procedures for Closed Crop Production Systems to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change-Induced Abiotic Stress

    Ulrichs, Christian, Prof. Dr. rer. nat.; Dr. rer. agr. (Urban Plant Ecophysiology)

    Duration of Project: 09/2018 - 08/2022

    Financer: Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung
    Zu den größten zukünftigen Herausforderungen gehört die Folgeneindämmung der weltweiten
    Klimaveränderungen, die hauptsächlich durch THG-Emissionen verursacht werden. Einen Beitrag
    dazu könnten weiterentwickelte und intelligent gesteuerte Gewächshaus ...
  • Summer School Food Berlin – Sustainable Diets

    Lucius, Richard, Prof. Dr. (Senior Professor and Professors retired)

    Duration of Project: 01/2019 - 12/2020

    Financer: DAAD

    Die Summer School für nachhaltige Ernährung zielt darauf ab, den Teilnehmer*innen Wissen zu vermitteln, das die zukünftige Lebensmittelproduktion und Ernährung mitgestalten wird. Eine nachhaltige Ernährung ist notwendig, damit neun Milliarden Mensche ...

  • Structural, Neural and Mental Underpinnings of Rat Ticklishness

    Brecht, Michael, Prof. Dr. (Animal Physiology/Systems Neurobiology and Neural Computation)

    Duration of Project: 01/2018 - 12/2020

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    The primary objective of this proposal is to determine the structural, neural, and mental underpinnings of rat ticklishness. Tickling, a peculiar and amusing form of social touch, has been discussed by philosophers and scientists for more than two mi ...

  • Structural Flexibility in the Optical Design of the Arthropod Cornea

    Scholtz, Gerhard, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. (Comparative Zoology)

    Duration of Project: 11/2016 - 10/2019

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    The arthropod cuticle is a versatile bio-composite made of chitin fibers embedded in a protein matrix. The cuticle also forms the cornea of the arthropod compound eye – a characteristic feature of the phylum that has largely contributed to its incred ...

  • Structural Change in Agriculture: Interactive Programming for Policy Design in Rural Areas

    Kirschke, Dieter, Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. (Research Groups)

    Duration of Project: 07/2008 - 12/2013

    Financer: DFG: Forschergruppen

    The project is part of the DFG Research Group Structural Change in the Agriculural Sector. It intends to develop an interactive programming approach for policy design in rural areas. The focus is on a decision-making support tool that captures the sp ...

  • SPP 1879: The role of cyclic di-AMP and a novel cyclic di-nucleotide in differentiation and stress survival of Streptomyces spp.

    Tschowri, Natalia, Dr. rer. nat. (Microbiology)

    Duration of Project: 01/2017 - 05/2020

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    The Gram-positive soil bacteria streptomycetes belong to nature’s most competent ‘natural product factories’ and are an important source of diverse antibiotics and other bioactive molecules for medical, veterinary and agricultural use. The production ...

  • SPACEBRAIN – Structure-Function Relationship in Rodent Presubiculum

    Brecht, Michael, Prof. Dr. (Animal Physiology/Systems Neurobiology and Neural Computation)

    Duration of Project: 01/2017 - 12/2018

    Financer: DAAD

    How do we know where we are and where we are going? Our sense of orientation in an environment relies on cells and circuits in specialized brain areas, in particular the hippocampus and the parahippocampal region. Despite formidable recent insight in ...

  • SOS_Uplands: Safe Operating Space in Mountainous Regions of SE Asia. Subproject “Transdisciplinary Processes”

    Müller, Klaus, Prof. Dr. (Economics and Politics of Rural Areas)

    Duration of Project: 06/2017 - 05/2018

    Financer: BMBF

    SOS-Uplands untersucht den dramatischen Wandel in den Bergregionen des südostasiatischen Festlands vor dem Hintergrund ökologischer und sozio-ökonomischer Belastungsgrenzen sowie deren möglicher Überschreitung. Ziel ist die Ermittlung von Handlungssp ...

  • Soil organic matter stabilization and turnover in agricultural post-fen soils

    Heller, Christian, Dr. (Soils and Environmental Science)

    Duration of Project: 09/2016 - 10/2018

    Financer: DFG: Eigene Stelle (Sachbeihilfe)

    Peatland soils store huge amounts of soil organic matter (SOM) and are often drained for agricultural use. This leads to peat decomposition and substantial depletion of SOM. Shallow fen peat soils might develop into post-fen soils (PFS), which are in ...

  • Singlet Molecular Oxygen and Photodynamic Effects (PDE)

    Röder, Beate, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. (Experimental Physics / Photobiophysics)

    Duration of Project: 05/2017 - 07/2017

    Financer: DFG: Sonstiges

    The 2nd Chinese-German Workshop on Singlet Oxygen and Photodynamic Effects will be held on 30th March until 2nd June 2017, in Berlin the capital of Germany, which is a completely independent meeting. The aim is to provide a bilateral scientific and t ...

  • Single-Shot Spectrometer for Time-Resolved Simultaneous Vis- and IR Measurements

    Hegemann, Peter, Prof. Dr. (Head of Department / Secretary)

    Duration of Project: 07/2016 - 12/2019

    Financer: BMBF

    The aim of this project is the set-up of a novel end-station at the IRIS-beamline of BESSY II for simultaneous, microsecond time-resolved infra-red- and UV/Vis-spectroscopy of non-cyclic systems. The station will be used for first experiments in the ...

  • Sensory Mechanisms and Local Signaling in C-Di-GMP-Mediated Signal Transduction in Escherichia coli

    Hengge, Regine, Prof. Dr. (Microbiology)

    Duration of Project: 09/2019 - 08/2022

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    Signaltransduktion über sekundäre Botenstoffe beinhaltet primäre und sekundäre Signalwahrnehmung, da sowohl primäre Bedingungen – z.B. bestimmte Moleküle, Sauerstoff, Redoxsignale, Licht oder der Zustand eines Partnerproteins – die Synthese oder den ...

  • PP 2205: Weakly Nonlinear Interactions in an Electrosensory Cocktail Party Problem

    Lindner, Benjamin, Prof. Dr. (Theoretical Physics / Theory of Complex Systems and Neurophysics)

    Duration of Project: 05/2020 - 05/2023

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    The cocktail party problem emphasizes the amazing capabilities of the auditory system to separate one source of acoustic information from many other jamming signals. Particularly challenging for neural systems is the detection of faint signals close ...

  • PP 1926: Development and Application of RoCK, a Novel Rhodopsin Cyclase/ K+ Channel-Based Optogenetic Tool for Silencing of Excitable Cells

    Bernal Sierra, Yinth Andrea, Dr. (Experimental Biophysics)

    Duration of Project: 07/2019 - 06/2022

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    Optogenetics enables manipulation of biological processes with light at unprecendented spatio-temporal resolution to control the behaviour of cells, networks, or even whole animals. In contrast to the performance of excitatory rhodopsins, the effecti ...

  • PP 1926/1: Development and Application of Novel Optogenetic Tools in Specific Intracellular Compartments

    Hegemann, Peter, Prof. Dr. (Experimental Biophysics)

    Duration of Project: 09/2016 - 01/2019

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    The aim of this work is the development of novel optogenetic tools that allow investigations on subcellular compartments. In the first project, we will combine proton and chloride channels or chloride pumps with targeting motives for synaptic vesicle ...

  • PP 1879: Sensory Mechanisms of c-di-GMP Signaling in E. coli Biofilm Formation

    Hengge, Regine, Prof. Dr. (Microbiology)

    Duration of Project: 09/2016 - 02/2020

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    Bacterial biofilms colonize diverse surfaces and are highly resistant against antibiotics or host immune systems. In these biofilms, cells are embedded in a self-produced protective matrix of extracellular biopolymers. Major biofilm matrix components ...

  • PP 1879: Nucleotide Second Messenger Signaling in Bacteria/Coordination Project

    Hengge, Regine, Prof. Dr. (Microbiology)

    Duration of Project: 09/2016 - 08/2020

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    The overall goal of SPP 1879 over the next six years is to built a tightly collaborating and internationally radiating scientific community in the highly dynamic field of bacterial nucleotide second messenger signalling. Achieving this goal not only ...

  • PP 1879: Nucleotide Second Messenger Signaling in Bacteria/Coordination Fund

    Hengge, Regine, Prof. Dr. (Microbiology)

    Duration of Project: 09/2019 - 08/2022

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    The DFG priority programme SPP 1879 is a research consortium studying bacterial second messenger signalling that currently funds 18 research projects at German universities and other research institutions. By including representatives of all clades o ...

  • PP 1710/2: Thiol-Based Redox Control of Tetrapyrrole Metabolism: Posttranslational Control of Tetrapyrrole Biosynthesis Enzymes by NADPH-Dependent Thioredoxin Reductase C (NTRC) and Thioredoxins

    Grimm, Bernhard, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Prof. Dr. (Plant Physiology)

    Duration of Project: 07/2017 - 09/2020

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    Plants effectively coordinate the photosynthesis dependent production of energy and reducing equivalents with the activity of metabolic pathways. As the redox state of chloroplasts changes in dependency to photosynthesis activities, it is proposed th ...

  • PP 1665: Optogenetic Dissection of the Developing Prefrontal-Hippocampal Circuitry That Gates Mnemonic and Executive Maturation

    Hegemann, Peter, Prof. Dr. (Experimental Biophysics)

    Duration of Project: 09/2013 - 12/2021

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    Processing and integration of information within neuronal networks accounts for mnemonic and executive abilities. The relevance of these functional interactions is exemplified in the case of the prefrontal cortex (PFC) and hippocampus (HP). Entrainme ...

  • PP 1665: Delineating and Testing a Microcircuit Model of Parahippocampal Phase Precession

    Brecht, Michael, Prof. Dr. (Animal Physiology/Systems Neurobiology and Neural Computation)

    Duration of Project: 11/2016 - 12/2019

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    Throughout the hippocampal formation, the firing activity of place or grid cells and the EEG theta rhythm (~8Hz) are related: When an animal enters a cell´s firing field, the first spikes arrive at a late phase of the theta oscillation. As the animal ...

  • PP 1665: Delineating and Testing a Microcircuit Model of Parahippocampal Phase Precession

    Kempter, Richard, Prof. Dr. (Computational Neuroscience)

    Duration of Project: 01/2017 - 12/2019

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    Throughout the hippocampal formation, the firing activity of place or grid cells and the EEG theta rhythm (~8Hz) are related: When an animal enters a cell´s firing field, the first spikes arrive at a late phase of the theta oscillation. As the animal ...

  • PP 1665: Cognitive Performance As Result of Coordinated Neuronal Activity Within Developing Prefrontal-Hippocampal Circuits

    Hegemann, Peter, Prof. Dr. (Experimental Biophysics)

    Duration of Project: 10/2016 - 02/2019

    Financer: DFG - Schwerpunktprogramme

    The co-activation of prefrontal and hippocampal networks in oscillatory rhythms is critical for precise information flow in mnemonic and executive tasks, yet its role for cognitive ontogeny is still unknown. This knowledge gap is mainly due to the ab ...

  • PP 1623: Peptide-Templated Bioconjugation with Proteins on and in Living Cells for Investigations of GPCR Transport and Cross-Reactivity

    Seitz, Oliver, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. (Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry III)

    Duration of Project: 02/2016 - 06/2019

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    The functional properties of G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) depend on localisation, density of surface expression and their mobility in the cell membrane. Some GPCRs undergo dynamic equilibria between monomeric and dimeric forms. Microscopic ima ...

  • PP 1617: Phenotypic Heterogeneity and Sociobiology of Bacterial Populations

    Hengge, Regine, Prof. Dr. (Microbiology)

    Duration of Project: 07/2015 - 12/2019

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    Bakterielle Biofilme zeigen räumliche physiologische Differenzierung, die Nährstoff- und/oder Sauerstoffgradienten folgt. Fluoreszenz- und EM-Analysen von Kryoschnitten durch Makrokoloniebiofilme von E. coli zeigen eine klare Stratifizierung mit wach ...

  • PP 1530: An IDD Transcription Factor Involved in Sugar-Induced Flowering and Tuberization in Solanum Tuberosum

    Kühn, Christina, PD Dr. rer. nat. (Plant Physiology)

    Duration of Project: 02/2015 - 06/2019

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    In potato plants (Solanum tuberosum) both flower and tuberization transitions employ similar inducing pathways. Since potato is cultivated for its underground storage organs, the time to tuberization and the tuber yield is of growing significance in ...

  • Pig welfare by behavioural complexity «Piglexity»

    Gygax Hillmann, Lorenz Frank, PD Dr. (Animal Husbandry and Ethology)

    Duration of Project: 07/2021 - 12/2024

    Financer: Bundesministerien und nachgeordnete Behörden

    The Welfare Quality® project aims at assessing welfare individually and based on behaviour. Yet, the execution of the protocol is time-consuming, replicability is limited, and summarising the different aspects into an overall assessment of e.g. a sin ...

  • Language Production in Shared Task Settings

    Abdel Rahman, Rasha, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. (Neuralcognitive Psychology)

    Duration of Project: 04/2019 - 03/2022

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    Typically, people speak in the context of social interaction. Yet, surprisingly little is known about how the neuro-cognitive processes of language production are shaped by social interaction. Drawing upon a well-established effect in language produc ...

  • Language Production in Shared Task Settings

    Kuhlen-Ruber, Anna Katharina, Ph.D. (Neuralcognitive Psychology)

    Duration of Project: 08/2019 - 08/2022

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    Typically, people speak in the context of social interaction. Yet, surprisingly little is known about how the neuro-cognitive processes of language production are shaped by social interaction. Drawing upon a well-established effect in language produc ...

  • Key Molecular Mechanisms of c-di-GMP Signaling in Bacterial Biofilm Formation

    Hengge, Regine, Prof. Dr. (Microbiology)

    Duration of Project: 02/2015 - 07/2018

    Financer: DFG: Sachbeihilfe

    Bacterial biofilms colonize diverse surfaces and are highly resistant against antibiotics or the immune system. In these biofilms, cells are embedded in a self-produced matrix consisting of secreted proteins, amyloid fibres (e.g. curli), exopolysacch ...

  • Increasing productivity and sustainability of European plant protein production by closing the gap of the grain legume yield

    Bellingrath-Kimura, Sonoko Dorothea, Prof. Dr. (Land Use Systems)

    Duration of Project: 05/2019 - 04/2022

    Financer: BMBF

    The LegumeGap project will contribute in this direction by identifying the potential contribution of new cultivars, optimal management practices and farmers’ knowledge in closing the yield and protein gaps, reducing the observed yield variability, an ...

  • Grant Reiner Lemoine Foundation

    Eisenack, Klaus, Prof. Dr. (Resource Economics)

    Duration of Project: 01/2018 - 06/2019

    Financer: Sonstige Stiftungen
    Research Funding to: “The Economics of Power System Infrastructure” – Scholarship for Paul Neetzow

    Title of Dissertation: "The economics of power system transitions
    Modeling pathways and policies for storage, grids and renewables"

    Summary
    Opp ...
  • CRC-TRR 186/1: Optical Control of Calcium Switches That Orchestrate Fast Signaling in the Brain (SP A07)

    Hegemann, Peter, Prof. Dr. (Experimental Biophysics)

    Duration of Project: 07/2016 - 06/2020

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen

    Cytoplasmic increases in calcium trigger enzymatic cascades responsible for synaptic plasticity in the brain. However, to date, genetically-encoded approaches to control calcium abundance, and the cognate enzymes calcium activates, are lacking. We wi ...

  • CRC/TRR 175/2: The Green Hub: Central Coordinator of Acclimation in Plants (SP C05)

    Kaufmann, Kerstin, Prof. Dr. (Cellular and Molecular Biology of Plants)

    Duration of Project: 07/2020 - 06/2024

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen
    Mechanisms and components of GUN1/GLK signalling and its relevance for acclimation (C05).
    The plastid protein GENOMES UNCOUPLED 1 (GUN1) and the nuclear transcription factors GOLDEN-LIKE1 and 2 (GLK1 and 2) operate in the same retrograde signalling ...
  • CRC/TRR 175/2: The Green Hub: Central Coordinator of Acclimation in Plants (SP C04)

    Grimm, Bernhard, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Prof. Dr. (Plant Physiology)

    Duration of Project: 07/2020 - 06/2024

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen
    Role of heme for plastid retrograde signalling (C04).
    Adverse environmental conditions induce acclimation responses, which are communicated through chloroplasts to adjust nuclear gene expression. Following the concept of plastid-derived retrograde ...
  • CRC-TRR 175/1: The Green Hub. Central Coordinator of Acclimation in Plants

    Schmitz-Linneweber, Christian, Prof. Dr. (Genetics)

    Duration of Project: 07/2016 - 06/2020

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen

    Plants have evolved a variety of physiological responses that enable them to adjust to changes in their abiotic environment (acclimation). The TR175 focuses on reversible responses to changes that plants will encounter frequently, in particular fluct ...

  • CRC-TRR 175/1: Subcellular Modelling of Metabolic Acclimation (SP D03)

    Klipp, Edda, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dr. h.c. (Theoretical Biophysics)

    Duration of Project: 07/2016 - 12/2020

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen

    Plant cold acclimation represents a multigenic process which also involves significant subcellular reallocation of primary and secondary metabolites. We will apply a sophisticated combination of subcellular omics analysis, enzyme activity measurement ...

  • CRC-TRR 175/1: Role of Reversible Phosphorylation of GUN4 in Acclimation, Retrograde Signalling and Tetrapyrrole Biosynthesis (SP C04)

    Grimm, Bernhard, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Prof. Dr. (Plant Physiology)

    Duration of Project: 07/2016 - 12/2020

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen

    In oxygenic photoautotrophs, GENOMES UNCOUPLED 4 (GUN4) is an essential stimulator of Mg-chelatase and its phosphorylation lowers the MgCh activity leading to attenuation of Proto consumption for chlorophyll biosynthesis. The objectives of this proje ...

  • CRC/TRR 175/1: Quantitative Biology Experiments and Cloning Pipeline (SP Z01)

    Ohler, Uwe, Prof. Dr. (Systems Biology of Gene Regulation (S))

    Duration of Project: 07/2016 - 06/2020

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen

    In the central scientific project Z1, we are bundling our efforts in quantitative biology approaches at the level of the individual projects, central acclimation kinetics, genetic screens and the identification of candidate mutations. In the new fund ...

  • CRC/TRR 175/1: Leveraging Deep Sequenzing Data to Move From Predictive to Mechanistic Models of Plastid Gene Expression (SP D01)

    Ohler, Uwe, Prof. Dr. (Systems Biology of Gene Regulation (S))

    Duration of Project: 07/2016 - 06/2021

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen

    Deep sequencing and other –omics approaches contribute significant data towards our understanding of how acclimation processes play out at different levels of gene regulation. To integrate these data, we will develop a hierarchical model for translat ...

  • CRC/TRR 175/1: Exploring Possibilities of Embedding Chlamydomonas Dry Mass Into Concrete and Other Building Materials to Create a Carbon Dioxid Trap – Mini-Project

    Krantz, Maria, (Theoretical Biophysics)

    Duration of Project: 10/2019 - 12/2019

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen
  • CRC-TRR 175/1: Chloroplast RNA Polymerase Activity During Acclimation (SP A01)

    Kühn, Kristina, Prof. Dr. (Molecular Cell Biology of Plant)

    Duration of Project: 07/2016 - 06/2020

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen

    This project aims to quantify transcriptional alterations that occur in chloroplasts during acclimation to changes in light or temperature. It will apply chloroplast nascent transcript sequencing strategies (GRO-seq and 5’-GRO-seq) in order to global ...

  • CRC-TRR 175/1: Chloropast Ribonucleoproteins – Stabilizing Chloroplast RNA Pools During Acclimation Responses (SP A02)

    Schmitz-Linneweber, Christian, Prof. Dr. (Genetics)

    Duration of Project: 07/2016 - 12/2020

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich - Beteiligungen

    Chloroplast ribonucleoproteins (cpRNPs) are light-and temperature-regulated phosphoproteins. We have recently demonstrated that cpRNPs impact chloroplast mRNA accumulation and processing under low temperature conditions on an organelle-wide scale. We ...

  • CRC 1404/1: FONDA – Foundations of Workflows for Large-Scale Scientific Data Analysis (Main Project)

    Leser, Ulf, Prof. Dr.-Ing. (Knowledge Management in Bioinformatics)

    Duration of Project: 07/2020 - 06/2024

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich

    Essentially all scientific disciplines are generating an ever-increasing amount of data. To derive scientific discoveries, these data sets are analysed by complex data analysis workflows (DAWs), which are series of discrete analysis programs arranged ...

  • CRC 1404/1: FONDA – Foundations of Workflows for Large-Scale Scientific Data Analysis

    Leser, Ulf, Prof. Dr.-Ing. (Knowledge Management in Bioinformatics)

    Duration of Project: 07/2020 - 06/2024

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich

    The examination of many contemporary questions in the natural sciences involves the analysis of large volumes of data using automatic analysis tools, with the interaction between them being determined in what are known as data analysis workflows. The ...

  • CRC 1404/1: Data Analysis Workflows for Interactive Scientific Exploration (SP A06)

    Weidlich, Matthias, Prof. Dr. (Data Bases and Information Systems)

    Duration of Project: 07/2020 - 06/2024

    Financer: DFG: Sonderforschungsbereich

    DAWs for scientific discoveries are often exploratory. Furthermore, also the process of specifying a DAW is exploratory, involving the repeated adaptation of the current DAW specification based on results of previous executions or based on refined re ...

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