We promote young academics in research areas relevant to digitalisation.
As heads of the bidt junior research groups, researchers are given the opportunity to pursue their research interests independently and represent them in teaching. This paves the way towards a long-term academic career.
Both the host universities, including their students, and potential partners in business and society can benefit from the valuable expertise of these researchers.
We are not accepting any new candidates.
bidt graduate center
The Graduate Center is aimed at doctoral researchers and postdocs whose research has a technical, economic or social focus relevant in the context of digitalisation.
The previous expiring funding for junior research groups offers:
- funding volume of up to 250,000 euros per year
- funding period of five years (on the condition of a successful interim evaluation after about two years)
- promotion and supervision of doctoral candidates up to the completion of their doctorate
- independent representation of respective subjects and research topics in teaching (authorisation to teach)
Dr. Christina Dieckhoff
Research Coordinator, bidt
AI Tools – Continuous Interaction with Computational Intelligence Tools
Prof. Dr. Daniel Buschek, University of Bayreuth
Digital Democratic Mobilization in Hybrid Media Systems (DigiDeMo)
Dr. Jörg Haßler, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
Digital Technologies and Human Behavior
Prof. Dr. Verena Tiefenbeck, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)
LipiTUM – A Computational Platform for Lipidomics and Lipotyping in Systems Medicine
Dr. Josch Konstantin Pauling, Technical University of Munich
Synth2Real – Training Neural Networks with Virtual Data
Prof. Dr. Angela Dai, Technical University of Munich
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