Doctoral Programs

The University of Freiburg takes part in the following doctoral programs providing a focused research program and a structured training strategy for doctoral candidates.

I. Humanities and Social Sciences

Graduate School Humanities
Doctoral Research Group "Das Christentum und die anderen monotheistischen Weltreligionen: Geschichte und Begegnung"
Hermann Paul School of Linguistics
RTG 1624: Frequency Effects in Language
RTG 1767: Factual and Fictional Narration
IRTG 1956: Kulturtransfer und 'kulturelle Identität' – Deutsch-russische Kontakte im europäischen Kontext
MGK of the CRC 1015: Muße. Konzepte, Räumzeitlichkeiten, Praktiken
MGK of the CRC 948: Helden – Heroisierungen – Heroismen

Doctoral Research Group "Empirical Linguistics"
Doctoral Research Group "Evidenzbasierte Lehrerbildung zur Förderung fachspezifischer und fachübergreifender Kompetenzen: Curriculum, Instruktion und Lernprozess (CURIOUS)"
International Max Planck Research School for Comparative Criminal Law (IMPRS-CC)

International Max Planck Research School on Retaliation, Mediation, and Punishment (IMPRS-REMEP)
Global Studies Programme (Master/PhD)

II. Natural Sciences
Hermann Staudinger Graduate School
IRTG 1642: Soft Matter Science: Concepts for the Design of Functional Materials
RTG 1821: Cohomological Methods in Geometry
RTG 2044: Mass and Symmetries after the Discovery of the Higgs Particle at the LHC
IRTG 2079: Cold Controlled Ensembles in Physics and Chemistry

MGK of the CRC 992: Medical Epigenetics
Promotionskolleg MOTI-VATE

IV. Engineering
Graduate School Robotics

V. Marie Curie Programs
NAMASEN-ITN: Neuroelectronics and nanotechnology: towards a Multidisciplinary Approach for the Science and Engineering of Neuronal Networks
MITT-ITN: Mobility of Ideas and Transmission of Texts
SIREN-ITN: Signals and Regulatory Networks in Early Plant Embryogenesis

VI. Programs Spanning Several Domains
PhD Program in Computational Neuroscience/Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Freiburg
EuroSPIN - European Study Programme in Neuroinformatics, including Computational Neuroscience
MGK of the CRC 850: Control of Cell Motility in Morphogenesis, Cancer Invasion and Metastasis


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