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U Bremen Excellence Chairs

Since 2019 international experts conduct research and build up their own research groups as 'U Bremen Excellence Chairs' together with university colleagues within U Bremen Excellence Chairs program.

Seven Excellence Chairs started their research projects in January 2019, three of them at MARUM within the Cluster of Excellence „The Ocean Floor – Earth‘s Uncharted Interface”. Four more Excellence Chairs were assigned in January 2020 at the university.

The U Bremen Excellence Chairs program is funded with 1 mio euros annualy within the scope of the Excellence Strategy of Germany’s federal and state governments. The funds were granted to the university in addition to MARUM’s successfull cluster of excellence application.

The program underscores the strong international networking of existing research strengths and enhances their visibility. It promotes the University of Bremen’s internationalisation efforts on a high level. Excellence Chairs are primarily established in the University’s High-Profile Areas and further areas of high potential.

Chair-holders are outstanding experts in their disciplines and represent bridgeheads for collaboration with leading institutions worldwide. As ‘U Bremen Excellence Chairs‘ they are regularly present at the University of Bremen over a period of four years and establish their own working groups here. They are closely integrated in the University’s subject areas and are eligible to supervise doctoral candidates.

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U Bremen Excellence Chairs
- Program Management -

Britta Hamann
Universität Bremen
Unit 12, Building SFG, room 1255
+49 (0) 421 218-60308

Name (alphabet. order)

Home institution

Research at U Bremen

in collaboration with

host

Period of time

Maria Kanakidou

University of Crete

Impacts of emissions and feedbacks to the Earth system

Faculty 01 (Environmental Physics)

Mihalis Vrekoussis

2020-2023

Haizhou Li

National University Singapore

Selective Auditory Attention

Minds, Media, Machines (MMM)

Tanja Schultz

2019-2022

Nicola Marzari

École Fédérale Polytechnique de Lausanne

New materials on demand

MAPEX

Lucio Colombi Ciacchi

2019-2022

Jack Middelburg

Utrecht University

Marine carbon cycle and carbon transport

MARUM

Kai-Uwe Hinrichs

2019-2022

Victoria Orphan

California Institute of Technology

Microbial communities

MARUM

Kai-Uwe Hinrichs

2019-2022

Petar Popovski

Aalborg University

Wireless space communication

Faculty 01 (Dept. of Communications Engineering)

Armin Dekorsy

2019-2022

Shalini Randeria

Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna/Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies, Geneva

Soft Authoritarianisms

WoC

Michi Knecht, Ingo Warnke

2019-2022

Yvonne Rogers

University College London

Human-Computer-Interactions: AI in healthcare

Minds, Media, Machines (MMM)

Johannes Schöning

2020-2023

Thomas L. Schwarz

Harvard Medical School/Boston Children’s Hospital

Mitochondrial dynamics

Faculty 02 (Molecular Genetics)

Rita Groß-Hardt

2020-2023

Mario L. Small

Harvard University

Study of Social Networks

SOCIUM

Betina Hollstein

2020-2023

Eske Willerslev

University of Copenhagen/University of Cambridge

Fossile DNA

MARUM

Michal Kucera

2019-2022

Aktualisiert von: B. Hamann