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Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences - Applied Geoinformation Science

Projects

Ongoing Projects

Superdiversity (DFG, 2017-2020)

Superdiversity in the ageing city? The nexus of increasing multiethnicity and an aging population

► Prodigy (BMBF, 2016-2017)

Tipping points in Brazil (pre-phase), Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Hermann Jungkunst

► Carbiocial (BMBF, 2011-2016) 

Carbon sequestration, biodiversity and social structures in Southern Amazonia: models and implementations of carbon-optimized land management strategies

 Metrik (DFG-Graduiertenkolleg II, 2011-2016)

German: Modellbasierte Entwicklung von Technologien für selbstorganisierende dezentrale Informationssysteme im Katastrophenmanagement - Metrik

 Urban Climate and Heat Stress - UCaHS (DFG Forschergruppe, 2012-2016) 

The DFG Research Unit addresses the complex scientific questions related to heat stress in mid-latitude cities by a multi- and interdisciplinary approach involving climatologists, geographers and hydrologists, physicians, architects, physicists and engineers, urban planners and social scientists. The causal chains spanning from climate modifications by urban regions to out- and indoor heat stress hazards will be analysed in detail, and scenario-based projections of future heat-stress hazards considering urban climate change as well as urban development paths will be computed for the example of Berlin. Heat-stress risks will be studied by available observational data, in particular for specifically vulnerable groups of senior people or patients in hospitals.
The Geoinformation Science lab will contribute to the research group by developing and applying a spatio-temporal modelling approach for urban vulnerability.

► Eagerlearn (DAAD, 2016-2018)

East African Germany University Transdisciplinary learning network for research-based learning on urban-rural transformations.

► RISKANT (EXIST, BMBF, 2016-2017)

The lab supports the start-up "RISKANT - Analyse der Risiken und Chancen des Klimawandels"

 Past Projects