Project overview

Here you will find an overview of the projects we are currently funding. On average, about 150 projects are being funded. Smaller funding projects are sometimes not described individually.

211

ongoing projects

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    188 project descriptions available

    SOPHIMA – Sono-photonics in metafluids STEM impulses - Project funding programmes – CZS Wildcard

    Short description

    Optical elements such as mirrors or lenses are typically made of glass. This leads to significant limitations of wavelength and power of the light. SOPHIMA aims to use ultrasonic waves in gases for contactless and low-loss manipulation of light.

    Spatial Intelligence for the Integrated Care of Senior Citizens in Rural Neighbourhoods (RAFVINIERT) Artificial Intelligence - Project funding programmes – CZS Transfer

    Short description

    For a realistic calculation of the accessibility of care facilities for senior citizens, the project systematically combines data on age structures of single-family residential areas with data such as distances, barriers and terrain.

    Spectroscopy and analysis of components for EUV lithography and EUV mask inspection (EUV-4-LITHO) STEM impulses - Individual funding programmes – CZS research boost

    Short description

    Prof. Dr. Christian Rödel, a professor at Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences, plans to develop a compact EUV source and optimize components for EUV mask inspection and lithography that can be used in the latest chip fabrication machines in the EUV-4-LITHO project.

    State adaptation for single-track electric traction drives STEM impulses - Individual funding programmes – CZS research boost

    Short description

    Prof. Dr. Steffen Schütz, Professor of Embedded Systems and Digital Technology at Kaiserslautern University of Applied Sciences, is designing an electrically powered single-track trailer that does not exert any force on the two-wheeler pulling it. The aim is to promote the use of bicycles.

    Stay young with robots (JuBot) - Versatile assistance robotics for coping with everyday life Life Science Technologies - Project funding programmes – CZS Breakthroughs

    Short description

    Two robotics solutions are being researched in the "JuBot" project: humanoid assistance robots that perform household tasks and assess situations independently, and exoskeletons with non-invasive interfaces to the human body.

    SteelDesAIn. AI tools for the development of future-proof steels. Artificial Intelligence - Project funding programmes – CZS Transfer

    Short description

    Explainable AI methods are used to develop two complementary tools for the steel industry: MicroGrapher analyses the microstructure of existing steel. SteelDesigner calculates the composition of steel alloys before production.

    Stereo ptychography using table-top extreme ultraviolet (EUV) radiation Life Science Technologies - Individual funding programmes

    Short description

    The Prisma fund enables Prof. Dr. Michael Habeck, Professor of Microscopic Image Analysis at the University of Jena, to employ a research assistant to carry out a new research project.

    Stuttgart Research Initiative „Discursive Transformation of Energy Systems“ − SRI DiTEnS Resource efficiency - Project funding programmes – CZS Breakthroughs

    Short description

    Research is being conducted into how virtual and augmented reality can be used to shape a transformation process with the various stakeholders in energy supply. Among other things, a digital twin of existing urban neighborhoods is being developed.

    Sustainable biocomposites for lightweight construction Resource efficiency - Individual funding programmes – CZS research boost

    Short description

    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Iman Taha, Professor of Sustainable Materials in Plastics Engineering at Aalen University, is developing new biocomposite materials for lightweight construction in the BioLeit project.

    Sustainable III-V-based semiconductor devices: substitution and recycling strategies for critical elements in highly efficient optoelectronic energy materials (SustEnMat) Resource efficiency - Project funding programmes – CZS Breakthroughs

    Short description

    Some of the components of so-called III-V semiconductors are only available in very limited quantities or are harmful to health. SustEnMat aims to reduce, replace and recycle them in order to make their use more resource-efficient and environmentally friendly.