Cohorts

The heart of CIDER are the CIDER-fellows. Each CIDER fellow had to apply for CIDER membership in a competitive procedure. For each CIDER round approximately 30 fellows are choosen and form a cohort. Today CIDER consists of three different cohorts. In order to promote networking across cohorts, fellows from past cohorts are actively involved into the present cohort through invited talks and presentations at CIDER workshops and conferences.

Cohort III

The third CIDER cohort takes place between 2019-2022 and is funded by the Leibniz Education Research Network (LERN) and the Jacobs Foundation (grant number: 2011-963) with additional funding provided by the ten participating Leibniz Institutes of the third CIDER cohort. The fellows with their disciplinary affiliation are listed below. Click the button “learn more” to get information about the fellows’ research interests and the principal investigators as well as the participating institutes of cohort III.

Due to the Corona-crisis in Europe, the third CIDER cohort is extended to December 2023. The CIDER III event schedule was updated accordingly.

 


EconomicsEducational SciencePsychologySociology
Bach, Maximilian Civitillo, Sauro Bühler, Jessica Gruijters, Rob
Demel, Simona Daniel, Annabell Daumiller, Martin Menze, Laura
Hermes, Henning de Moll, Frederick Heppt, Birgit Olczyk, Melanie
Hübener, Mathias Linberg, Anja Hübner, Nicolas Passaretta, Giampiero
Quis, Johanna Sophie Nusser, Lena Meyer, Jennifer Raabe, Isabel
Sauer, Petra Schmidt, Fabian Miyamoto, Ai Scharf, Jan
Werner, Katharina Schwarzenthal, Miriam Schwabe, Ulrike
Steinmann, Isa Weßling, Katarina
Wolff, Fabian

 

 

Cohort II

The second CIDER cohort was supported between 2016-2019 and was funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF, grant number: 01JG1201) and the Jacobs Foundation (grant number: 2011-963) with additional funding provided by the participating Leibniz Institutes of the second CIDER cohort. The fellows with their disciplinary affiliation are listed below. Click the button “learn more” to get information about the fellows’ research interests, emerged micro groups, and principal investigators as well as the participating institutes of cohort II.

 


EconomicsEducational SciencePsychologySociology
Dahmann, SarahHoferichter, FrancesAttig, Manja Boda, Zsofia
Deutscher (Klotz), ViolaFleckenstein, Johanna Barrera-Pedemonte, Fabian Finger, Claudia
Herber, StefanieLinberg, Tobias Edele, Aileen Griga, Dorit
Korthals, Roxanne Ortega, Lorena Heyder, AnkeHoltmann, Anne Christine
Krekel, ChristianSauerwein, Markus Jansen, Malte Lorenz, Georg
Neidhöfer, GuidoSchachner, Maja Roloff-Bruchmann, Janina Netz, Nicolai
Torres, Rodrigo Schwabe, Franziska van Hek, Margriet
Veerman, Gert-Jan
Winkler, Oliver
Workman, Joseph

 

 

Cohort I

The first CIDER cohort was supported between 2013-2016 and was funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF, grant number: 01JG1201) and the Jacobs Foundation (grant number: 2011-963) with additional funding provided by the participating Leibniz Institutes of the first CIDER cohort. The fellows with their disciplinary affiliation are listed below. Click the button “learn more” to get information about the fellows’ research interests, emerged micro groups, and principal investigators as well as the participating institutes of cohort I.

 


EconomicsEducational SciencePsychologySociology
Botezat, AlinaBernholt, AndreaBayard, SybilleBorgna, Camilla
Gambaro, Ludovica Kroth, AnnaDumont, HannaDi Stasio, Valentina
Marcus, Jan Kuger, SusanneGorges, JuliaEbner, Christian
Peter, Frauke Strietholt, RolfHachfeld, Axinja Levels, Mark
See, Sarah GraceKoch, TobiasMöhring, Katja
Wondratschek, VerenaMaehler, Débora B.Offerhaus, Judith
Praetorius, Anna-KatharinaProtsch, Paula
Rauch, Dominique PatriziaSonnenberg, Bettina
Saß, SteffaniTeltemann, Janna
Tiffin-Richards, Simon
Vieluf, Svenja