The LOEWE Research-Initiatives report
Four new LOEWE clusters have been attracting state funding since 1 January. We would like to present them to you in the first ProLOEWE NEWS 2021. The BAMP! LOEWE cluster has received a special award: the scientists working on the project have been invited to the 2020/2021 Venice Biennale of Architecture. Find out how AI can help in epilepsy research and how to make what is hidden in nature visible in the reports on LOEWE CePTER and LOEWE Nature 4.0. There is also a lecture series by LOEWE TBG and Senckenberg this year entitled "Nature's blueprint - how genomics is revolutionising our view of biodiversity".
A portrait of Dr Maria Barbarossa, Fellow and Research Group Leader at LOEWE CMMS
The next issue of the ProLOEWE NEWS will be published in August 2021.
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LOEWE projects are also facing major challenges as a result of the Corona pandemic. Find out how the scientists are dealing with this in the December issue of ProLOEWE-NEWS. But also what virtual reality has to do with the mobility of the future.
In the ProLOEWE faces portrait, you will get to know Professor Dr Christian Wiese, who is researching how the coexistence of the monotheistic world religions can succeed better as part of the LOEWE cluster on religious positioning.
The LOEWE Research-Initiatives are also involved in the fight against the Corona pandemic. In this issue of the ProLOEWE NEWS the LOEWE-Initiatives report about their current research work. In addition you can get to know the new managing director of LOEWE-ALLEGRO.
You will also find a portrait of Juniorprofessor Dr Ulrike Kramm who is working in the LOEWE Cluster "FLAME".
The current issue "GLOBAL VIRUS OUTBREAKS, CYBER-ATTACKS, NATURAL DISASTERS - HOW CAN WE PROTECT OURSELVES FROM CRISES IN FUTURE?" focuses on crisis management. Alongside the new LOEWE cluster entitled “Minority studies: language and identity”, we will report on a new professorship for minority languages in the Middle East.
You will also find a portrait of Jan Hendrik Bruinier and his work within the LOEWE cluster known as “Uniformized Structures in Arithmetic and Geometry (USAG)”.