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.

150

ongoing projects

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    129 project descriptions available

    Digital methods in production Artificial Intelligence - Individual funding programmes – CZS Endowed Professorships

    Short description

    Prof. Dr Doris Aschenbrenner has been appointed Endowed Professor for Digital Methods in Production at Aalen University starting in the summer semester of 2021.

    Digital phonetics Artificial Intelligence - Individual funding programmes – CZS Endowed Professorships

    Short description

    Prof. Dr Ngoc Thang Vu was appointed Endowed Professor of Digital Phonetics at the University of Stuttgart in June 2018.

    Digital technologies for the care of people with dementia Artificial Intelligence - Project funding programmes – CZS Transfer

    Short description

    New approaches to the use of digital technologies in the care of people with dementia are being developed together with those affected and their caregivers. Interactive apps stimulate social interaction, virtual coaches support relatives.

    Disruptive electrode-electrolyte concepts beyond current scientific limitations - ECHELON STEM - Project funding programmes – CZS Perspectives

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    An environmentally friendly removal of oxygen atoms from organic compounds is being researched for the use of electricity to convert substances into valuable products. The aim is to avoid the electrolytic evolution of hydrogen.

    Efficient, intelligent, generative manufacturing with recycled plastics through AI optimisation (KI-GenF) Artificial Intelligence - Project funding programmes – CZS Transfer

    Short description

    How can methods of sustainable production be further developed with the help of artificial intelligence? To clarify these and similar research questions, an energy-efficient recycling line for plastics is being set up using 3D printing methods.

    EMBL Imaging Center: the world of molecular biology STEM - Small funding projects – CZS Impulse

    Short description

    Interested visitors aged 12 and over can discover the world of microbiology on 800 m². The new visitor centre is being built in the Imaging Centre of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg.

    Endowed Professorship for Computer Science and its Didactics at KIT Artificial Intelligence - Individual funding programmes – CZS Endowed Professorships

    Short description

    Funding is being provided for the establishment of a professorship for computer science and its didactics at KIT. The endowed professorship is intended to support the university in the training of teachers for the subject of computer science.

    Endowed Professorship for Computer Science and its Didactics at the Eberhard Karls University Tübingen Artificial Intelligence - Individual funding programmes – CZS Endowed Professorships

    Short description

    Funding is being provided for the establishment of a professorship for computer science and its didactics at the Tübingen School of Education, a central inter-faculty academic institution for teacher training at the University of Tübingen.

    Endowed Professorship for Computer Science and its Didactics at the Heidelberg University of Education Artificial Intelligence - Individual funding programmes – CZS Endowed Professorships

    Short description

    Funding is being provided for the establishment of a professorship for computer science and its didactics at the Heidelberg School of Education (HSE), a joint inter-university institution of the University of Heidelberg and the Heidelberg University of Education.

    Endowed Professorship for Computer Science and its Didactics at the University of Koblenz-Landau Artificial Intelligence - Individual funding programmes – CZS Endowed Professorships

    Short description

    The professorship connects the two constituent profile lines of teacher education and computer science at the University's Koblenz campus and thus forms an integrating interface.