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The University of Bremen and twelve federal and state financed non-university research institutes cooperate within the U Bremen Research Alliance. The Alliance includes research institutes of the four major German science organizations, i.e. Fraunhofer Society, Helmholtz Association, Leibniz Association and Max Planck Society, as well as the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence.

Find out more about the U Bremen Research Alliance.

Current News from the U Bremen Research Alliance

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How to Write Competitive Proposals for Horizon Europe

The U Bremen Research Alliance and the Univerity of Bremen are hosting an online workshop on "How to Write Competitive Proposals for Horizon Europe" on Wednesday, September 21st 2022, from 09:45 a.m. – 13:00 p.m. The workshop is aimed at employees in member institutions of the U Bremen Research Alliance.

Gruppenfote des Vernetzungstreffens der NFDI-Konsortien mit Bremer Beteiligung
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"Towards One NFDI": Local Networking Meeting of NFDI Consortia with Participation from Bremen

On May 20, 2022, the first networking meeting of the NFDI consortia in which institutions from Bremen are involved took place at the Fraunhofer MEVIS in Bremen. Representatives of twelve of the 14 consortia of the 1st, 2nd and current application round exchanged information about their activities and possible cooperation, synergies and common challenges.

Our High-Profile Areas

Material Sciences and Production Engineering
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Minds, Media, Machines
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Health Sciences
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Our Activities

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Research Data and Data Science

In the lead project "Research Data Management (RDM) and Data Science", the initiatives of the members in these areas are bundled and synergy effects are used for joint activities. To meet the massive demand in science and economy, data literacy as well as competencies in research data management and data science are strengthened in the U Bremen Research Alliance. The consortia developing a National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI), in which member institutions are involved, are offered a platform to network and their developments and services are integrated into the RDM-ecosystem in Bremen.

Wendig und schlau: Der Roboter „Donbot” ist eine Eigenentwicklung.
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Artificial Intelligence

Due to the increasing digitalization, methods of Artificial intelligence (AI) have steadily gained importance. Benefiting from rapidly growing amounts of data and new dimensions in computing power, AI-based learning methods outperform traditional methods. Given this fact, Artificial Intelligence is one of the lead projects of the U Bremen Research Alliance.

Welcome Center

Welcome Center

The Welcome Center of the U Bremen Research Alliance supports researchers and their families before and during their stay in Bremen, regardless of the length of their stay or how the stay is financed.

Learn more about the Welcome Center.

Jobs and Career

Job vacancies

Scientists looking for new career opportunities will find excellent infrastructure and creative competence within the U Bremen Research Alliance. By bundling strengths and utilizing flat hierarchies, the members of the Alliance nurture an interdisciplinary culture that offers maximum freedom of scope.

Here you will find an up-to-date overview of all job vacancies in the member institutions.

Current Impressions of our Work