Coordinating Office for the BMBF Research Priority Domain “Cause-related Individual Diagnostics and Intervention in Defined School-related Developmental Disorders“ (ESF)
The coordinating office for the BMBF research priority of “cause-related individual diagnostics and intervention in defined school-related developmental disorders“ (ESF) provided professional and organisational as well as technical services for a close collaboration and professional support of funded projects in the BMBF research priorities ESF and NIL.
In spring 2011, this coordinating office was established at the DIPF and LMU University, Munich, in the context of the initiative by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) to promote empirical. It was responsible for 20 research and cooperation projects funded by the BMBF within its programmes “ (ESF)” and “ (NIL)”
The coordinating office provided for specialised organisational and technical prerequisites necessary for close collaboration and specialised support of projects funded within the BMBF research priorities ESF and NIL.
In order to ensure targeted support of the funded projects, the coordinating office pursued the following central objectives on behalf of the researchers involved:
- Internal networking of funded projects on the one hand, as well as networking the projects with external, thematically related research and developmental projects and subsequent evaluations.
Annual meetings involving all of the funded projects aimed to promote the exchange among researchers and scientists involved in the respective projects. Networking activities also included annual international symposia in the field of school-related developmental disorders and meetings of young scientists.
- Preparation and transfer of findings from individual projects as well as general findings, making them available to the research community and the public in general.
The coordinating office was jointly chaired by Prof. Dr. Marcus Hasselhorn, director of the German Institute for International Educational Research (DIPF) in Frankfurt am Main and director of the department Education and Human Development, and Prof. Dr. Gerd Schulte-Körne, Munich University Hospital (KUM), director of the psychiatric, psychosomatic and psychotherapeutic centre for children and young people. Dr. Kathleen Thomas was the contact person responsible at DIPF.
Project ManagementProf. Dr. Marcus Hasselhorn
Project TeamDr. Kathleen Thomas
04/2011 – 12/2017
|Department:||Education and Human Development|
|Contact:||Dr. Kathleen Thomas, Academic Staff|