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Doctoral Programs at the TU Berlin

Apart from the "traditional" model of individual supervision, TU Berlin offers a growing number of doctoral programs offering joint supervision, an academic program, as well as transferable skills training. Such programs are funded by the Excellence Initiative, the German Research Foundation (DFG), various other foundations, as well as TU Berlin itself. For an overview of all doctoral programs in Berlin and Potsdam, please consult www.doctoral-programs.de [1]

Both the application as a candidate and the examination are conducted by the faculties and are independent from participation in a program.  

Since 2008 joint regulations [2] apply for all doctoral candidates at TU Berlin.

List of Programs

Programs coordinated by TU Berlin
Berlin Mathematical School [3](Excellence Initiative)
Berlin International Graduate School of Natural
Sciences and Engineering [4] (Excellence Initiative)
Berlin International Graduate School in Model- and Simulation Based Research (BIMoS) [5]
DFG Research Training Group 1524 "Self-Assembled Soft Matter Nano-Structures at Interfaces" [6]
DFG Research Training Group 1558 "Nonequilibrium Collective Dynamics in Condensed Matter and Biological Systems" [7]
DFG Research Training Group 1598 "Sensory Computation in Neural Systems" [8]
DFG Research Training Group 1672 "Innovation Society Today: the Reflexive Creation of Novelty" [9]
DFG Research Training Group 1705 "The World in the City: Metropolitanism and Globalization from the 19th Century to the Present" [10]
DFG Research Training Group 2032 "Urban Water Interfaces" [11]
DFG Research Training Group 2227 "Identity & Heritage" [12]
DFG-Collaborative Research Centre 787 "Semiconductor Nanophotonics: Materials, Models, Devices" [13]
Integrated DFG Research Training Group "School of Nanophotonics" of the CRC 787 "Semiconductor Nanophotonics: Materials, Models, Devices" [14]
Integrated DFG Research Training Group of the CRC 1029 "TurbIn – Achieving Significant Increases in Efficiency Through Targeted, Interacting Combustion and Current Transients in Gas Turbines" [15]
ITN QuantFung: Quantitative Biology for Fungal Secondary Metabolite Producers [16]
Postgraduate Program "Microenergy Systems" [17]
Center for Jewish Studies Berlin-Brandenburg Research Training Group [18]
Joint Programs with Partner Institutions
Program Title
Partner
Helmholtz Research School on Security Technologies [19]
DLR
Helmholtz Graduate School on Materials for Solar Energy Conversion (MatSEC) [20]
HZB
International Max Planck Research School for Moral Economies of Modern Societies (IMPRS Moral Economies) [21]
IMPRS
International Max Planck Research School for Functional Interfaces in Physics and Chemistry [22]
IMPRS
ITN BIORAPID: Rapid Bioprocess Development [23]
Newcastle University etc.
ITN EJDFoodSci: Food science, technology and engineering [24]
University of Agriculture in Krakow etc.
ITN NETADIS: Statistical Physics Approaches to Networks Across Disciplines [25]
King’s College London etc.
ITN pNMR: Pushing the Envelope of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy for Paramagnetic Systems. A Combined Experimental and Theoretical Approach [26]
Ens Lyon etc.
ITN STREAM: Smart Sensor Technologies and Training for Radiation Enhanced Applications and Measurements [27]
CERN etc.
Research Network for Geosciences in Berlin and Potsdam Geo.X [28]
HZP (GFZ)
Participation of TU Berlin
Program Title
Coordinator
Berlin School of Mind and Brain [29]
(Excellence Initiative)
HU Berlin
Berlin-Brandenburg School of Regenerative Therapies [30] (Excellence Initiative)
HU Berlin, FU Berlin
Berlin Doctoral Program in Economics & Management Science [31]
HU Berlin
DFG Research Training Group 1582 “Fluorine as a Key Element” [32]
FU Berlin
DFG Research Training Group 1651 "Service-Oriented Architectures in Medicine" [33]
HU Berlin
DFG Research Training Group 1658 "Interdpendencies in the Regulation of Markets" [34]
HU Berlin
DFG Research Training Group 1759 "Knowledge in the Arts" [35] (in German)
UdK Berlin
DFG Research Training Group 1845 "Stochastic Analysis with Applications in Biology, Finance and Physics" [36]
HU Berlin
DFG-Graduiertenkolleg 2260 "BIOQIC - BIOphysical Quantitative Imaging Towards Clinical Diagnosis" [37]
HU Berlin
Graduate School of North American Studies (GSNAS) [38]
FU Berlin
Graduate School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof (SALSA) [39]
HU Berlin
International Research Trainig Group 1740 "Dynamical Phenomena in Complex Networks" [40]
HU Berlin

Horizon 2020 MSCA - Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions

  

Project
Participant/ Coordinator

ITN - Innovative Training Network
 
Coordination: ROMSOC - Reduced Order Modelling, Simulation  and Optimization of Coupled systems [41]
Prof. Dr. Volker Mehrmann
ANNULIGhT - Annular Instabilities and Transient Phenomena in Gas Turbine Combustors [42]
Prof. Dr. Oliver Paschereit
Biorapid - Rapid Bioprocess Development [43]
Prof. Dr. Peter Neubauer
EJDFoodSci - Food science, technology and engineering - European Joint Doctorate training towards knowledge, skills and mobility [44]
Prof. Dr. Frank-Jürgen Methner
FogGuru – Training the Next Generation of European Fog Computing Experts [45]
Prof. Dr. Volker Markl
IF – Individual Fellowship
 
PACT - [46]Proof-theoretical Approaches to Concurrency Theory [47] (Dr. Nicolas Guenot [48])
Prof. Dr. Uwe Nestmann
ODICON-ASMA - [49]Optimal Distributed Control and Application to Smart Grids [50]
Prof. Dr. Jörg Raisch
RotaryWing - Closed-Loop Flow Control to Enhance Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic Performance of Wind-Turbine Blades [51] (Oksana Stalnov [52])
Prof. Dr. Rudibert King
SMARTER - [53]A Scalable and Elastic Platform for Near-Realtime Analytics for The Graph of Everything [54] (Danh Le Phuoc [55])
Prof. Dr. Manfred Hauswirth
ZERO-TRAIN-BCI - [56]Combining constrained based learning and transfer learning to facilitate Zerotraining
Brain-Computer Interfacing
[57] (Pieter-Jan Kindermans [58])
Prof. Dr. Klaus-Robert Müller
RISE – Research and Innovation Staff Exchange
 
SONAR - Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance in doped [59] semiconductor nanocrystals [60]
Prof. Dr. Andreas Knorr

 

 

 

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