Dutch Research School of Theoretical Physics (DRSTP)
The Dutch Research School of Theoretical Physics (DRSTP) was established in 1993 to structure and coordinate the graduate education in theoretical physics. The school is a cooperation between the theoretical physics groups of six Dutch universities: University of Amsterdam (UvA), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VUA), University of Groningen (RUG), Leiden University (UL), Radboud University Nijmegen (RU), Utrecht University (UU) (commissioner) and of the National Institute for Subatomic Physics (Nikhef). In addition, there are several associate members.
Delta Institute for Theoretical Physics (D-ITP)
The Delta Institute for Theoretical Physics unites the existing institutes for theoretical physics of the University of Amsterdam, Leiden University, and Utrecht University. The research program of the Delta Institute for Theoretical Physics is driven by the conviction that theoretical physics can play a unifying role in the exploration of matter at all scales, because the same mathematical concepts and techniques can apply to vastly different physical situations.
Centre for Complex Systems Studies (CCSS)
The Centre for Complex Systems Studies (CCSS) brings together the complexity research of Utrecht University. The centre aims at scientific breakthroughs as well as novel solutions for societally relevant issues by approaching existing problems from the perspective of complex systems science.