The decisive added value of interdisciplinary method research at CASUS lies in the fact that joint research on the theoretical foundations and digital methods emphasizes the structural and methodological similarities between different disciplines of systems research and thus stimulates the interdisciplinary exchange also and especially at the  interface between these disciplines.

CASUS will promote this exchange actively and through concrete structures. The aim is to develop new research approaches that are suitable for the emergence of joint research fields between the individual application areas. For example, co-development of methods for scalable particle lattice methods in biology and plasma physics  may in the future provide common approaches regarding how the structural and dynamic properties of organic tissue as well as those of materials under extreme conditions can be understood based on fundamental atomic processes.