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Manometer of a CO2-extinguishing system
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Research

Chemistry demonstration

Photo: Paderborn University, Adelheid Rutenburges

Research

Information technology in the O building

Photo: Paderborn University, Adelheid Rutenburges

Research

View from inside the lab in the IW Hall

Photo: Paderborn University, Adelheid Rutenburges

Research

A laser project in the HNF

Photo: Paderborn University, Adelheid Rutenburges

Research

Manometer of a CO2-extinguishing system

Photo: Paderborn University, Adelheid Rutenburges

Interdisciplinarity is firmly anchored!

Paderborn University is distinguished by excellent, interdisciplinary basic research along with a strong application-oriented approach resulting from close collaboration with industry and civil society. This is underpinned through matrix organisational structures extending beyond faculty and departmental boundaries. Currently, eleven interdisciplinary research units spanning all five faculties, represent this successful cooperation. Coordinated interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research programmes contribute to this vision.

Interdisciplinary research institutes pool knowledge from different areas for mutual benefit.

Paderborn University's collaborative research centres mirror our key research areas. They work on fundamental questions and issues.

Funding is provided by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Research Groups promote the collaborative work of renowned scientists on a special topic. They receive funding from the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Each faculty offers graduate programmes. These are funded by the German Research Foundation and other organisations.

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