What are TRAc Projects?

Within the section "projects", academics who have completed a PhD have the opportunity to associate themselves with the University of Bamberg, via TRAc, by way of independent, third-party-funded research projects.

In cooperation with the university's research unit (Z/FFT), TRAc supports planning and fundraising for both individual researchers and collaborative research projects.

Doctoral candidates who are in the final phase of their PhD (or who have already obtained their PhD) and have the intention of associating themselves with the University of Bamberg (via TRAc) by way of an independent post-doctoral research project are very welcome to seek our assistance.

  • Security for All. Police Culture in an Immigration Society
    (PI: Dr. Georgiana Banita)
    VolkswagenStiftung, funding program "'Original - isn't it?' New Options for the Humanities and Cultural Studies"

  • Growing up in Iran.
    Developing Competence Assessment Instruments for Non-Cognitive Constructs (here)

    (PI: Dr. Ebrahim Talaee)
    Tarbiat Modares University, Iran
  • Late Antique Legislation on Pagans (here)
    (PI: Dr. Dr. Peter Riedlberger)

  • Creativity Across Cultures (CREATIVE) (here)
    (PI: Prof Dr C. Dominik Güss)
    EU-FP7, Marie-Curie-Actions, International Incoming Fellowships (IIF)

  • Managed Outcomes (here)
    (PI: Dr. Uwe Konerding)
    EU-Project FP7 "Operation management and demand-based approaches to healthcare outcomes and cost-benefits research"
  • Ethnische Identität und der Erwerb von kulturellen und sozialen Kapitalien
    (PI: Sven van Hove)
    Research Project within the Bavarian Research Association "Migration and Knowledge" (FORMIG)
  • Group for Interdisciplinary Psychology (GRIP)
    (PI: Dr. Sibylle Enz, Dr. Carsten Zoll)
    EU-Project FP7 LIREC "Living with Robots and intEractive Companions"