The Leibniz ScienceCampus model is the Leibniz Association's answer to the often lamented parallel existence of university and non-university research (“pillarisation”) in the German research system.
Leibniz ScienceCampi promote cooperation on an equal footing between Leibniz institutions and universities in the form of thematically-focused, complementary regional partnerships.
The objective is to create networks to drive the respective research field and to strengthen the scientific environment for the relevant themes.
The networks conduct strategic research, encourage interdisciplinarity in their topics, projects and methods, enhance the visibility of the respective location and hone its research profile.
- Berlin Centre for Consumer Policies, Berlin
- Byzantium between Orient and Occident, Mainz
- Center for Behavioral Brain Sciences, Magdeburg
- Cognitive Interfaces, Tübingen
- Eastern Europe - Global Area, Leipzig - Halle - Jena
- Empirical Linguistics and Computational Language Modeling, Mannheim/Heidelberg
- EvoLUNG, Kiel
- Growth and fundamentals of oxides for electronic applications, Berlin
- Health care challenges in regions with declining and ageing populations, Essen
- InfectoOptics, Jena
- Kiel Science Outreach Campus (KiSOC), Kiel
- Kiel Centre for Globalization, Kiel
- Mannheim Centre for Competition and Innovation (MaCCI), Mannheim
- Fiscal Policy of the Future (MaTax), Mannheim
- Plant-based Bioeconomy, Halle
- Phosphorous Research, Rostock
- Primate Cognition, Göttingen
- Regenerative Aging, Jena
- Chronic Inflammation, Berlin