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Prof. Dr-Ing Andreas Ostendorf
Vice Rector for Research, Transfer and Early Career Researchers
Phone: +49 (0)234 32-27045
Fax: +49 (0)234 32-14131
Email: prorektor-forschung@rub.de

 

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Research Areas: High-profile, Cutting-edge Research

Large, internationally competitive multi-disciplinary research areas have been estab­lished in Interfacial Systems Chemistry, Plasma Science and Technology, Materials Science, Protein Science, Neurosciences, and Religious Studies; these areas are orga­nized as Research Departments.

Materials Science

MaterialforschungWhether metals with memory or materials with tailored surfaces:
if you can influence the nature of a material, entirely new paths are open to you.
Materials Science

Protein Research

ProteinforschungWhether caterpillar or butterfly is a matter of proteins. Proteins are also the key to many diseases - and therefore also to their early diagnosis and therapy.
Protein Research

Interfacial Systems Chemistry

SystemchemieOur research focuses on the understanding of chemical complexity of interfaces. This includes metal-substrate interfaces, solid -fluid interfaces as well as even more complex interfaces such as biomolecule - water interfaces.
Interfacial Systems Chemistry

Religious Studies


Religionswissenschaft
Research on religion at the RUB does not deal with individual issues, but looks at religion in an interdisciplinary context, both in terms of its own dynamics and against the background of social developments.
Religious Studies

Plasma Science

PlasmaforschungSignificant innovations in microelectronics, surface treatment and medical technology are based on plasma research. One of the RUB’s key areas focuses on the technical provision of micro-plasmas at atmospheric pressure.
Plasma Science

Neuroscience

NeurowissenschaftThe RUB’s wide range of subjects creates ideal conditions for studying the brain in all its complexity. Joint teaching, research and publications are a natural part of daily interdisciplinary life.
Neuroscience