Research groups from A to Z

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More than 45 research groups are represented in the Environmental Sciences Research Network (ESRN). The topics addressed by the research groups cover a wide variety of different fields of research, ranging from aerosol physics to social studies of science. The websites of the research groups involved (see links below) provide an indication of the variety of research carried out in the field of environmental sciences.

 

 

A-B

Aerosol Physics & Environmental Physics

African Studies

Analytical Chemistry

Anthropology

Applied Psychology

Archae Biology & Ecogenomics

Astrophysics

Basic Experimental Physics Training & University Didactics

Behaviourl Biology

Biophysical Chemistry

Botany & Biodiversity Research

C-D-E

Cell Imaging & Ultrastructure Research

Classical Philology including Medieval and New Latin

Communication

Constitutional & Administrative Law

Development Studies

Drug Design & Medicinal Chemistry

Electronic Properties of Materials

English

Environmental Geosciences

Ethics & Applied Ethics

European and Comparative Linguistics and Literary Studies

F-G-H

Food Chemistry & Toxikology

Geodynamics & Sedimentology

Geoecology

Geomorphological Systems & Risk Research

German Studies

I-J-K

Industry, Energy & Environment

Inorganic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry (Materials Chemistry)

Innovation & Technology Management

Isotope Research & Nuclear Physics

L-M-N

Limnology & Bio-Oceanography

Linguistics

Materials Chemistry & Research

Meteorology & Geophysics

Microbiology & Ecosystem Science

Mineralogy & Crystallography

Molecular System Biology

Nutritional Psychology & Physiological Chemistry

O-P-Q

Oriental Studies

Palaeontology

Philosophy

Physical Chemistry

Political Science

Population, Environment, and Development

Prehistoric & Historical Archaeology

Production & Operations Management (international focus)

R-S-T

Romance Studies

Science and Technology Studies

Sinology

Social & Cultural Anthropology

Sociology

Statistics & Operations Research

Theatre, Film and Television Studies

Theoretical Chemistry

U-Z

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