Doctoral studies

country
city
subject area
language
university status  
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Munich (München), Germany
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Stuttgart, Germany
subject area: agriculture, forestry and fishery, veterinary
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Göttingen, Germany
subject area: agriculture, forestry and fishery, veterinary
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Bonn, Germany
subject area: agriculture, forestry and fishery, veterinary
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Basel, Switzerland
subject area: humanities
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Darmstadt, Germany
subject area: computer science
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Frankfurt am Main, Germany
subject area: computer science
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Fulda, Germany
subject area: computer science
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Augsburg, Germany
subject area: computer science
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Munich (München), Germany
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Kaiserslautern, Germany
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Siegen, Germany
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Dresden, Germany
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Karlsruhe, Germany
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Darmstadt, Germany
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Graz, Austria
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Innsbruck, Austria
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Aachen, Germany
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Kassel, Germany
subject area: arts
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Siegen, Germany
subject area: arts
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Basel, Switzerland
subject area: arts
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Dresden, Germany
subject area: arts
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Innsbruck, Austria
subject area: physical science, environment
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Dortmund, Germany
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Mainz, Germany
subject area: biology
Understanding the relationship between climate and ecosystems is crucial to preventing undesired changes to our environment, such as desertification and the loss of species. However, the multi-component and multi-scale nature of ecosystems makes them difficult to easily understand.

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