Current Participations

Researchers from Bochum are involved in these EU-funded projects.

  • AMHYCO – Towards an Enhanced Accident Management of the Hydrogen/CO Combustion Risk
    Funding since 2020
    Prof. Dr. Marco K. Koch, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
  • BIM2TWIN – Optimal Construction Management & Production Control
    Funding since 2020
    Prof. Dr. Markus König, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • CARMINE – Climate-Resilient Development Pathways in Metropolitan Regions of Europe
    Funding since 2024
    Prof. Benjamin Bechtel, Faculty of Geosciences
  • Circular Foam – Systemic expansion of territorial CIRCULAR Ecosystems for end-of-life FOAM
    Funding since 2021
    Prof. Michael Roos, Faculty of Economy
  • CLAIMS – Clinical impact through AI-assisted MS care
    Funding since 2023
    Prof. Dr. Carsten Lukas, Faculty of Medicine
  • CO2NSTRUCT – Modelling the role of circular economy construction value chains for a carbon-neutral Europe
    Funding since 2022
    Prof. Dr. Martina Flörke, Faculty of Civil Engineering
  • CONVOLVE – Seamless design of smart edge processors
    Funding since 2022
    Prof. Dr. Tim Güneysu, Faculty of Informatics
  • COREu – CO2 Routes Across Europe
    Funding since 2024
    Prof. Dr. Roland Span, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
  • DICE – DIgital health in Circular Economy
    Funding since 2022
    Prof. Dr. Christian Meske, Institut für Arbeitswissenschaft
  • DWARC – Dealing with a Resurgent China
    Funding since 2022
    Prof. Dr. Jörn-Carsten Gottwald, Faculty of East Asia Studies
  • enCRYPTON – Twinning towards excellence for Privacy Enhancing Technologies leveraging Homomorphic Encryption
    Funding since 2022
    Prof. Dr. Amir Moradi, Faculty of Informatics
  • INDIGO - Integration and Digital Demonstration of Low-emission Aircraft Technologies and Airport Operations
    Förderung seit 2023
    Prof. Dr. Francesca Di Mare, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
  • FrontSeat – Fostering Opportunities Towards Slovak Excellence in Advanced Control for Smart Industries
    Funding since 2022
    Prof. Dr. Martin Mönnigmann, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
  • MaxH2DR – Maximise H2 Enrichment in Direct Reduction Shaft Furnaces
    Funding since 2022
    Prof. Dr. Viktor Scherer, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
    Funding since 2022
    Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schuhmann, Faculty of Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • PUSH-IT – Piloting Underground Storage of Heat In geoThermal reservoirs
    Funding since 2023
    David Bruhn, Fraunhofer IEG
  • RECONNECTED A complex systems approach towards REsilient and CONNECTED vulnerable European communities in times of change
    Funding since 2023
    Prof. Dr. Silvia Schneider, Faculty of Psychology
  • RESET – Redesigning Equality and Scientific Excellence Together
    Funding since 2021
    Prof. Dr. Kornelia Freitag, Faculty of Philology
  • SASPAM-SA – Safety Analysis of SMR with PAssive Mitigation strategies - Severe Accident
    Funding since 2022
    Prof. Dr. Marco K. Koch, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
  • SOLARUP – Advanced Strategies for Development of Sustainable Semiconductors for Scalable Solar Cell Applications
    Funding since 2022
    Prof. Dr. Silvana Botti, Research Center Future Energy Materials
  • STAGE Stay Healthy Through Ageing. An Integrated Life-Course Approach for Person-Centred Solutions and Care for Ageing with Multi-morbidity in the European Regions
    Funding since 2024
    Prof. Dr. Stefan Berger, Institute for Social Movements
  • STRONG2020 – The strong interaction at the frontier of knowledge: fundamental research and applications
    Funding since 2019
    Prof. Dr. Ulrich Wiedner, Faculty of Physics and Astronomy
  • UNIC4ER – The European University of Post-Industrial Cities; Towards a collaborative approach and structure towards engaged research
    Funding since 2021
    Prof. Kornelia Freitag, Faculty of Philology; Judith Ricken

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