In addition to the gender equality concept of the University of Stuttgart, SFB 1313 implements tailored measures to advance the development of gender- and diversity-related aspects. SFB 1313 participates in the renewed pooling concept of the University of Stuttgart. One of the aims is to increase the number of female researchers within SFB 1313 with actions that address all career levels ranging from high school students to faculty members:
- New junior professor Carina Bringedal joins the University of Stuttgart and SFB 1313 with research project A05 "Pore scale formulations for evaporation, and upscaling to REV scale"
- Anneliese Niethammer Lecture Series
- International mentoring programme for female researchers
- Interdisciplinary support programme fpr female M.Sc. students
- Girls' Day and TryScience workshops for school students
- Tailored workshop offers for SFB 1313 doctoral and post-doctoral researchers
Pooling of the University of Stuttgart
“Pooling – Synergies for Equal Opportunities in Collaborative Research Networks“ is an amalgamation of the University of Stuttgart’s collaborative research projects that are funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and jointly pursue the goal of equal opportunities in science while making use of synergy effects. In cooperation with the university's pooling, a newsletter was created in June 2021, showing Best Practice Examples of SFB 1313 [de] concerning equal opportunity and gender equality measures. The barrier-free alternative can be found on the Pooling webpage [de].