EU-sponsored Research Groups

Marie Curie Networks

Initial/Innovative Training Network ITN are so called Marie-Skłodowska-Curie actions supported by the European Commission. They are cross- border and cross-discipline oriented and shall support the mobility and career development of young researchers. In an ITN a minimum of three partners cooperater to form a training programme.

Marie Curie Networks at the GFZ

ISOtopic tools as Novel Sensors of Earth surface resources (IsoNose)
Coordinator: Prof. Friedhelm von Blanckenburg
Project manager: Dr. Maja Tesmer

A Large-Scale Systems Approach to Flood Risk Assessment and Management (System Risk)
Coordinator: Prof. Bruno Merz
Project manager: Dr. Kai Schröter

Understanding subduction zone topography through modelling of coupled shallow and deep processes (SUBITOP)
Coordinator: Prof. Niels Hovius
Project manager: Dr. Michael Dietze