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Research Focuses

realize the idea of interdisciplinary networking and international exchange on new issues that require a cross-faculty approach.

Promotion of LMU Researchers and Scientists

LMU scholars and scientists receive financial and organizational support for the development of large research projects involving multiple faculties.

Research Focuses are initiated by LMU faculty members and have a duration of two years. Particularly outstanding postdocs have the opportunity to implement longer-term translational projects.

In addition, the Research Focuses often encourage discussion on methodical questions extending beyond individual subjects. International guests are invited to participate in the discussion, visiting Munich to concentrate on specific topics.

Innovative Research

  • Exploration of new research fields
  • Establishment of cooperation with national and international partners
  • Supporting the international visibility and outreach of research projects based at LMU

Ena Oppenheimer, EXACTNESS IS A FAKE, 2020-2023 (Art at CAS, WS 2023/24)


Discourses on diversity and uniformity

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Medical Data Processing

New digital health technologies are becoming increasingly important in both research and patient care and are making a significant contribution to improving the healthcare system.

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New Cosmology

The Fine-Tuned Universe - A New Cosmology?

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Nucleic Acid Therapeutics

The Covid-19 pandemic has initiated a new phase in the field of vaccine development with the generation of RNA-based vaccines.

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Beate Passow, Monkey Business Gibraltar, 2017 (Art at CAS, WS 2019/20)

Sources and Modes of Order Contestation: The EU and Beyond

Over the past decade, the European Union has been in a constant state of crisis – at least according to most observers.

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Jan Kuck, The golden age is over, Greta! (Old Masters New Edition after Jean-Honoré Fragonard 2019) (Art at CAS, Winter 2020/21)

Planetary Health

The Planetary Health Puzzle – Piecing Together a Sustainable Future

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CAS LMU - Stephan Huber, Shining, 2014 (Art at CAS, Summer 2022)

Policies for the Prevention of Conflict

The research group uses advanced methods of statistics, computer science, natural language processing and artificial intelligence to support effective policies for conflict prevention.

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The Evolution of Incompatibilities – Molecular Mechanisms of Speciation

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Joseph Beuys, JA JA JA JA JA, NEE NEE NEE NEE NEE, 1970 (Art at CAS, Summer 2021)

Completed Research Focuses

Completed Research Focuses

Academic Coordinators

Dr. Lena Bouman

Academic Coordinator

Natural Sciences and Medicine

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Dr. Julia Schreiner

Academic Coordinator

Humanities, Social and Cultural Sciences

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