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Doctorate

The members of the U Bremen Research Alliance cooperate closely in the field of scientific advancement and promotion projects. Many of the scientific staff members of the non-university partners in the U Bremen Research Alliance sponsor the faculties of the University of Bremen. They are thus open to the offers of the university young talent center BYRD.


In addition, the institutions cooperate within the framework of the following doctoral programs and graduate schools:

International Max Planck Research School for Marine Microbiology MarMic

In cooperation with the Bremen Research Alliance's Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology (MPI), the University of Bremen, the Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), and the Jacobs University Bremen, International Research is working School for Marine Microbiology. The institute offers a joint master's and doctoral program in marine microbiology. To the website

Helmholtz Graduate School for Polar and Marine Research POLMAR

At the Graduate School for Polar and Marine Research (POLMAR), young scientists are researching polar marine ecosystems and climate change. Within the framework of the Graduate School located at the Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), the Bremen Research Alliance partners AWI, the University of Bremen, the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology (MPI) and Jacobs University are cooperating Bremen and the University of Oldenburg. To the website

International Graduate School "ArcTrain - Processes and impacts of climate change in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Canadian Arctic"

The International Graduate School, ArcTrain "Processes and Impacts of Climate Change in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Canadian Arctic" provides doctoral students with a structured interdisciplinary environment to tackle the challenges of accelerated climate change in the Arctic. The DFG Graduate Program combines the strengths of marine geosciences and environmental physics at the University of Bremen and the Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) with the complementary skills of a consortium of eight Canadian partner universities. To the website

Leibniz Graduate School SUTAS

With an interdisciplinary perspective, the Graduate School SUTAS (Sustainable Use of Tropical Aquatic Systems) is focusing on socio-ecological issues in tropical coastal regions. The Graduate School is supported by the U Bremen Research Alliance partners University of Bremen, Leibniz Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology - BIPS GmbH and Leibniz Center for Marine Tropical Research (ZMT). The spectrum of research disciplines, which are represented in SUTAS, is multidisciplinary according to the complex questions. It ranges from marine ecology, fish biology, microbiology and sedimentology to social sciences and epidemiology. In groups, graduates from different disciplines work together in a target region, enabling interdisciplinary work and a broad understanding of the tropical coastal systems. To the website

Graduate School "System Design"

The Graduate Program "System Design" (SyDe) is a cooperation between the Bremen Research Alliance Partner University Bremen, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence Bremen (DFKI) and the DLR Institute of Space Systems. The overall research topic is the design of complex electronic systems. The Graduate Program is funded by the University of Bremen's future concept. To the website