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Our working groups are informal meetings of scientists who want to delve deeper into a specific topic.

These working groups are bottom-up initiatives independent from the structural setting of the Research Areas and Research Groups. They arise from the motivation of our scientists to exchange information about their research topics in a broader circle and have a dialogical character.

Additional working groups may be formed during the cluster period.

There is currently one working group dealing with Contemporary Asymmetrical Dependencies (CAD). Another is currently being formed on the subject of the sociology of dependencies.


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