SFB 1313 is embedded into a network of international partners and cooperations. Especially close links are established to the external partners of SFB 1313 listed below. These external partners are involved in the work of at least one of the SFB projects in a close cooperation. They also attend the status seminars, give short courses within the SFB and attend workshops.
Additionally, various cooperation agreements and connections are built within the former NUPUS framework. More information about this and the history of the cooperation can be found on the SRP NUPUS sites.
SFB 1313 frequently invites guests for short term stays at the University of Stuttgart to give talks, exchange research ideas and join discussions. More information about guests can be found here.
Some of our international cooperation partners are awared a Mercator Fellowship of SFB 1313. Mercator Fellowships enable an intensive, long-term project-based collaboration between researchers from both domestic and foreign institutions. Although Mercator Fellows are on-site for only part of the project, they are associated with the project and remain in contact with the projects' team members beyond their individual research stays at SFB institutes. A list of current Mercator Fellows can be found within the list of mercator fellows.
External partners work closely with at least one project in the SFB. This list only summarieses them briefly. More information about the research can be found in the respective cooperation projects.
List of external partners
A close cooperation exists with Project B05. The external partners investigate larger-scale core samples under in-situ stress conditions the coupled treatment of flow and geomechanics by XRCT in a X-ray-transparent true-axial vessel.
Within the Center for Biofilm Engineering at MSU, there is an outstanding experimental facility of great use especially for Project C04. Additionally, Al Cunningham is one of the Mercator Fellows of SFB 1313 and accomanies the research of all project in Project Area C.
University of Bergen continuously cooperates with the SFB 1313, especially with the modelling of processes related to fracturing porous media. Florin Radu is one of the Mercator Fellows of SFB 1313 and works especially closely with Project B03.
Ivan Yotov is one of the Mercator Fellows and will be accompanying SFB 1313's research. Within Project A02 (in cooperation with the KTH Royal Institute of Technology), a novel mortar coupling approach was developed which guarantees flux conservation.
The external partners have a close cooperation with Project A02. They provide additional experimental set-ups in a lab for micro-fluidic porous-media processes. A particular focus of the collaboration is the development of experiments to study the coupling conditions of free flow/porous-media flow.
Within SRP "NUPUS", the University of Stuttgart signed cooperation agreements with numerous national and international institutions. The aim of these agreements is to promote research cooperations with a view to contribute to the advancement of scientific research and technological development in the field of flow and transport in porous media. All these partners are invited to attend the annual status seminar of SFB 1313 and can contribute with talks and posters to promote the scientific exchange.