University of Göttingen
Göttingen has many advantages as a location for university studies which the Georg-August-Universität is enhancing by developing innovative degree programmes, Bachelor’s and Master’s degree structures, carrying out a systematic internationalisation of its study programmes and implementing quality-assurance measures. Approximately 29,000 young people currently study here, some eleven per cent of whom are from abroad – a clear demonstration of the pull that the University has long exerted internationally.
Promotion of young scientists is at the top of the agenda of the Göttingen – a close and vibrant cooperation of the University with Göttingen Campus partners. Examples include: Courant Research Centres where excellent international junior scientists find a research environment that is based on a free exchange of ideas both within and between the disciplines and that is noted for its close collaboration with senior fellows, or Free Floater Junior Research Groups which allow young researchers to work without thematic restrictions
Collaborate Research Centers
- CRC 1073 Atomic scale control of energy conversion
- CRC 1002: Modulatory Units in Heart Failure
GAUG, UMG, DPZ, DZNE, MPIBPC, MPIDS
- CRC 937: Collective behavior of soft and biological matter
GAUG, MPIDS, UMG, DZNE
- Aerodynamics and Flow Technology (Prof. Andreas Dillmann) - with DLR
- Astrophysics with Focus ‘Interior of the Sun and Sun-like Stars’ (Prof. Laurent Gizon) - with MPI-S
- Behavioral Biology (Prof. Julia Ostner) - with DPZ
- Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology/Anthropology (Prof. Peter Kappeler) - with DPZ
- Biophysical Chemistry (Prof. Marina Bennati) - with MPI-BPC
- Cognitive Ethology/Ecology (Prof. Julia Fischer) - with DPZ
- Cognitive Neurosciences and Biological Psychology (Prof. Stefan Treue) - with DPZ
- Dynamics and Self-Organization (Prof. Eberhardt Bodenschatz) - with MPI-DS
- Dynamics at Surfaces (Prof. Alec Wodtke) - with MPI-BPC
- Functional Imaging (Prof. Susann Boretius) - with DPZ
- Infection Biology (Prof. Stefan Pöhlmann) - with DPZ
- Molecular Electron Cryomicroscopy (Prof. Holger Stark) - with MPI-BPC
- Neurobiology of Primates (Prof. Hansjörg Scherberger) - with DPZ
- Practical Computer Science (Prof. Ramin Yahyapour) - with GWDG
- Sensorimotor (Prof. Alexander Gail) - with DPZ
- Theoretical Physics (Prof. Theodor Geisel) - with MPI-DS
Graduate Study Programs
Intensification of land use leads to the same species everywhere
Study documents homogenization of species communities in our landscape.
How nature regulates CO2 flux
Göttingen biogeoscientist awarded Consolidator Grant by the European Research Council.
A comparison model for the Sun
Scientists observe first Sun-like magnetic cycle on another star.
New Collaborative Research Center at UMG – funding for international Collaborative Research Center at University renewed
Göttingen Campus congratulates the scientists involved in CRC 1190 "Compartmental gates and contact sites in cells" and...
Key Research Areas
The key research areas at the University are in:
- Functional Principles of Living Matter
- Cellular Processes and Molecular Machines
- Energy Conversion
- Sustainable Use of Natural Resources
- Religious Studies
- Digital Transformation
- Language and Cognition
University of Göttingen
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Innovative in internationalisation
Göttingen University receives European award
Tropical deforestation releases large amounts of soil carbon
Göttingen scientists call on IPCC to recognise impacts of tree plantation establishment
New molecular mechanism for the regulation of plastic phases in brain development discovered
Scientists from Göttingen University discovered a new mechanism to control time windows of high adaptability in the brain:...
Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014 for Max Planck researcher Stefan Hell
Stefan W. Hell, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen has been awarded the Nobel...