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Research projects

Various projects from different research areas and activities at all levels of the Universities are joined under the roof of the transCampus initiative.

King’s College London and TU Dresden have areas of shared interest, and the different expertise between sites provides added value and opportunity. Sharing knowledge and resources has enabled researchers to combine their strengths and to foster close collaborations, which is fundamental for scientific advances. Furthermore, the transCampus network gives students and non-academic staff exemplary opportunities to broaden their horizons and advance professionally.

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Research projects

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6G and Communication Systems

Principal investigators: Toktam Mahmoodi, Professor Bashir M. Al-Hashimi.

ENSURE-6G proposes an investigation and concept definition based on the provision of services in heterogeneous communication and computing environments.

Project status: Ongoing

Cooperation in Mathematics

Principal investigators: Eugene Shargorodsky, Markus Riedle.

The aim is a better understanding of dynamical systems driven by cylindrical Lévy processes. The key aspect lies in establishing qualitative properties.

Project status: Ongoing

Interdisciplinary collaboration in Material Science

Principal investigators: Ismael Díez Pérez, Anatoly Zayats, Carla Molteni.

Disentangling the Design Principles of Chiral-Induced Spin Selectivity (CISS) at the Molecule/Electrode Interface for Practical Spintronic Application

Project status: Ongoing

Medicine - Haematology

Principal investigators: Francesco Dazzi.

Seminar Series on allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation and Acute Myeloid Leukaemia and Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation.

Project status: Ongoing

Medicine - Network in Neurosciences

Principal investigators: Sandrine Thuret, Benedikt Berninger, Anthony Vernon.

Unraveling epigenetic links between stress and dysregulation of adult hippocampal neurogenesis.

Project status: Ongoing

Promoting and supporting young talents

The transCampus is now actively involved in supporting underrepresented student populations - encouraging the admission process to King’s College Medical School

Project status: Ongoing

Promoting Young Scientists

Principal investigators: Dr Rocio Sancho, Lucilla Poston.

International Research Training Group (IRTG 2251) "Immunological and cellular strategies in metabolic disease"

Project status: Ongoing

Science to Business

Principal investigators: Dr Federico Formenti, Professor Francesco Rubino.

Promoting Science research within the Business sector with a variety of research programmes.

Project status: Ongoing