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Research in Life Sciences and Green Technologies How can we make progress sustainable?

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Thematically, research in the BayWISS Joint Academic Partnership “Life Sciences and Green Technologies” addresses urgent global problems and promotes solutions for guaranteeing sustainable development in line with the  United Nationals Sustainable Development Goals

 

Here we pursue the following objectives:

Analysis of the value chain in the green industrial sectors, starting with opportunities and risk emanating from land use and raw materials production right through to its further processing and application in the energy economy, food industry and biotechnology and marketing of end products.

Recording and measuring the environmental impact of these industrial sectors and value chains, particularly in light of the urgent, persistent environmental projects also in relation to human well-being.

Analysis of certification procedures for guaranteeing sustainable production methods. The variety of certifications makes it necessary to conduct an empirical evaluation of their efficacy. Here, the respective criteria and their review mechanisms should be compared and evaluated for their effects.

Developing scenarios for a socio-political discourse on sustainably solving future sectoral and especially interdisciplinary tasks and problems, so as to unite economic, ecological, and social requirements and ensure the security of livelihoods.

Developing innovative approaches for sustainable solutions at the economic, social as well as ecological level. Innovations encompass land use systems, value chains, technical developments, digitalisation and global networking, social trends, security of supply and nutrition habits.

Sustainably innovative – our fields of research

  • Environment and biodiversity
  • Climate change
  • Sustainable agriculture/land use
  • Management of natural resources
  • Bioeconomy
  • Food security
  • Agricultural and biotechnology/process technology/bioengineering

Our PhD Projects

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M.Sc. Robin Renoth
Robin Renoth
Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences

Hochtemperatur-Geothermie in Deutschland bis 2050 - Eine soziologische Betrachtung zur Wahrnehmung des Potenzials und der Risiken der Hochtemperatur-Geothermie als erfolgversprechende Stromgewinnungsmethode bis in das Jahr 2050

Soziologische Betrachtung von Geothermiekraftwerken und Untersuchung der daraus resultierenden Ergebnisse hinsichtlich der Herausforderungen und Akzeptanzpotenziale

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SUPERVISORS

Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences

PD Dr. Elmar Buchner

Research focuses:

  • Creation of hazard maps for insect-borne diseases using remote sensing techniques
  • Geo risks research
  • Potential analysis of deep geothermal energy for future base load supply in power generation

Functions:

  • Research assistant in the area of geo resources and geo risk research
  • Coordinator Technology Network Bavarian-Swabian (TBS)
  • Strategic research promotion
  • BayWISS representative of the University of Neu-Ulm

Projects:


Technical University of Munich

Prof. Dr. Michael Drews

The Geothermal Technologies research group focuses in particular on:

  • Analyses and prediction of pressures and stresses acting in the subsurface 
  • Impact of pressure and stresses on wellbore stability to improve drilling technologies and well planning
  • Mechanical integrity/stability of the subsurface for safe production
  • Evolution and productivity of fractured reservoirs 
  • Influence of pressures and stresses on regional fluid flow and temperature patterns on geological time scales

Projects:


M. Eng. Patrizia Eben
Patrizia Eben
Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

Multifunktionale Versickerungsmulden im Siedlungsraum

Ziel des Forschungsprojektes ist es, eine optimierte heimische Bepflanzung für innerstädtische Versickerungsmulden zu entwickeln, die neben einer hohen Trockenheits-, Schadstoff-, Salz- und Überstauungsverträglichkeit Nahrungs- und Fortpflanzungshabitate für Insekten bietet und als attraktives Pflanzenbild Akzente setzt.

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SUPERVISORS

Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

Prof'in Dr. Swantje Duthweiler

Projects:


Technical University of Munich

Verena Styrnik
Verena Styrnik
Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

Nachhaltige Almwirtschaft im Klimawandel

Im Nationalpark Berchtesgaden werden die Auswirkungen des Klimawandels und des damit einhergehenden geänderten Weideregimes auf Pflanzen- und Insektengesellschaften, sowie die Effekte auf die Futterqualität und Produktivität der Almen untersucht.

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SUPERVISORS

Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

Prof'in Dr. Martina Hofmann

Projects:


Technical University of Munich

Prof. Dr. Rupert Seidl

Projects:


Julia Straub
Julia Straub
Landshut University of Applied Sciences

Entwicklung eines Nachhaltigkeitsbewertungssystems für Kläranlagen und dem nachgeschalteten Klärschlammverwertungspfad am Beispiel der bayerisch-tschechischen Grenzregion

Im Rahmen des Promotionsprojekts wird ein System zur Bewertung der ökologischen, ökonomischen und sozialen Nachhaltigkeit der Abwasser- und Klärschlammbehandlung in bevölkerungsarmen Regionen entwickelt.

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SUPERVISORS

Landshut University of Applied Sciences

Prof'in Dr. rer. nat. Diana Hehenberger-Risse

Schwerpunkt im Bereich Nachhaltigkeit, Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) und Social LCA, Energieeffizienz, Erneuerbare Energien


Forschungsschwerpunkt: Energie


Projekte: Green Infrastructure Maßnahmen aus Klärschlamm- Kaskadennutzung (greenIKK), DENU – Digitale Energienutzung zur Erhöhung der Energieeffizienz durch interaktive Vernetzung

Funktionen: Mitglied im Netzwerk Hochschule Nachhaltigkeit Bayern, Arbeitskreis Nachhaltiger Betrieb, Zertifikate und Forschung Netzwerk Hoch-N, Nachhaltigkeitslandkarte, Gutachterin bei der FFG Österreich

Projects:


Technical University of Munich

Prof. Dr. Cordt Zollfrank

  

Projects:


    M. Sc. Julian Eckert
    Julian Eckert
    Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

    Application of microorganisms in biotrickling filters for industrial exhaust air purification

     

     

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    SUPERVISORS

    University of Bayreuth

    Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

    M. Sc. Pia Drechsel
    Pia Drechsel
    Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

    Consumers’ evaluation of plastic packaging for food and possibilities for its reduction

    The research project’s objective is to investigate the awareness of the problem, consumer assessments and consumer behaviour when dealing with plastic packaging in the food industry, as well as to measure consumer acceptance of more sustainable packaging solutions at the Point of Sale in stationary food retailing.

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    SUPERVISORS

    Technical University of Munich

    Prof. Dr. Magnus Fröhling

      

    Projects:


      Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

      Prof. Dr. Klaus Menrad

        

      Projects:


        M. Sc. Cynthia Tobisch
        Cynthia Tobisch
        Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

        Vegetation of the Bavarian Normal Landscape between Global Warming and Pressure to Use Land

        The project is part of the Joint Academic Partnership LandKliF - effects of global warming on species diversity and ecosystem services in near-natural, agrarian, and urban landscapes and strategies for managing climate change.

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        SUPERVISORS

        Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

        Prof. Dr. Jörg Ewald

        Research focus:

        ·       Mountain forest ecosystems

        ·       Biodiversity informatics

        ·       Nature conservation biology

        Botany and vegetation science provide elementary basics for agriculture, forestry and nature conservation.

        In addition to teaching the relevant skills to future practitioners, we advise decision makers and conduct applied research.

        Projects:


          Technical University of Munich

          Prof. Dr. Johannes Kollmann

          Research focus:

          ·         Renaturation ecology

          ·         Invasion biology

          ·         Grassland ecology

          Projects:


            M. Sc. Jonathan Schubert
            Jonathan Schubert
            Landshut University of Applied Sciences

            Optimisation of Electrode Properties of Environmentally Friendly, Aqueous Sodium Ion Accumulators through Targeted Formulation Development

            Even now, the aqueous sodium ion accumulator that is in the early stages of development represents a cheaper, more environmentally friendly, and more secure alternative to lithium ion storage for stationary storage. The main goal is to develop and as well as optimise the existing technology in order to present an alternative for additional fields of application.

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            SUPERVISORS

            Landshut University of Applied Sciences

            Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Pettinger

            Research area:

            • Storage technologies for electrical energy
            • From raw materials to cells, batteries, modern system integration through to network-related application

            Research focuses:

            • Battery technology
            • Production processes for batteries
            • Sustainable energy storage systems
            • CO2 footprint, LCA

            Projects:


              M. Sc. Frank Weiser
              Frank Weiser
              University of Bayreuth

              Detection and Monitoring of Damage Caused by Drought in German Forests with Sentinel-2 Satellite Data

              The doctoral degree aims to use Sentinel-2 satellite data to analyse the spatial distribution of damage caused by drought in summer 2018.

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              SUPERVISORS

              Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

              Prof. Dr. Jörg Ewald

              Research focus:

              ·       Mountain forest ecosystems

              ·       Biodiversity informatics

              ·       Nature conservation biology

              Botany and vegetation science provide elementary basics for agriculture, forestry and nature conservation.

              In addition to teaching the relevant skills to future practitioners, we advise decision makers and conduct applied research.

              Projects:


                M. Sc. Johanna Kondrasch
                Johanna Kondrasch
                Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                Towards Circular Buildings: consideration of EoL perspective at the early design stage of buildings in public sector

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                SUPERVISORS

                Technical University of Munich

                Prof. Dr. Magnus Fröhling

                  

                Projects:


                  Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                  Prof. Dr. Hubert Röder

                  Research Focus:

                  • Sustainability assessment
                  • Forestry and forest management
                  • Business models and feasibility studies

                  Projects:


                    M. Sc. Carla Bockermann
                    Carla Bockermann
                    Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                    Climatic Relevance of paludicultures in fen peatlands along a water table gradient

                    Climate-relevance of managed swamps: Greenhouse gas balancing can provide an insight into the potential of paludiculture in mitigation and adaptation methods in the agricultural sector.

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                    SUPERVISORS

                    Technical University of Munich

                    Prof. Dr. Hans Peter Schmid

                    Director, IMK-IFU

                    Projects:


                      Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                      Prof. Dr. Matthias Drösler

                      Research area:

                      • Moor ecosystems and climate change 

                      Here the professor decisively shapes the state of knowledge on the climate relevance of organic soils: The emissions factors for swamps in Bavaria and in Germany largely derive from projects led by the professorship.

                      Projects:


                        Dipl. Biol. Daniel Hauck
                        Daniel Hauck
                        Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                        Evaluation of secondary phosphates for the use as a new P fertiliser in ornamental plant production.

                        The doctoral project investigates the use of innovative phosphorous fertiliser based on residual material (secondary phosphate) in ornamental plant production under glass. A special focus is placed on the P fertiliser effect as well as the opportunity to model this based on results of a chemical P fractioning.

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                        SUPERVISORS

                        Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                        Prof'in Dr. Elke Meinken

                        Research focuses:

                        • Peat substitute
                        • Fertiliser/soil additives
                        • Fertilisation strategies
                        • Anaylitics

                        Knowledge of plant nutrition and soil science rank among the elementary foundations for resource- and environmentally friendly production in all areas of horticulture. Peat substitute, innovative fertiliser and soil additives, optimised fertilisation strategies as well as developing methods for conclusive laboratory and on-site analytics have been focus of research for many years.

                         

                        Projects:


                          Technical University of Munich

                          Prof. Dr. Urs Schmidhalter

                          Professor emeritus since October 1, 2020

                          Projects:


                            M. Sc. Christina Hartung
                            Christina Hartung
                            Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                            Use of Vegetation from Paludicultures in Biogas Plants and as Peat Substitutes

                            Paludiculture is the agricultural use of re-waterlogged swamps under peat preservation conditions.

                            As part of the doctoral project, it is investigated whether the biomass of plants, which grew under Paludiculture conditions in the low moor, can be used as biogas substrate or after preparation as peat substitute.

                             

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                            SUPERVISORS

                            Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                            Prof'in Dr. Elke Meinken

                            Research focuses:

                            • Peat substitute
                            • Fertiliser/soil additives
                            • Fertilisation strategies
                            • Anaylitics

                            Knowledge of plant nutrition and soil science rank among the elementary foundations for resource- and environmentally friendly production in all areas of horticulture. Peat substitute, innovative fertiliser and soil additives, optimised fertilisation strategies as well as developing methods for conclusive laboratory and on-site analytics have been focus of research for many years.

                             

                            Projects:


                              Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                              Prof. Dr. Hauke Heuwinkel

                                

                              Projects:


                                Technical University of Munich

                                Prof. Dr. Cordt Zollfrank

                                  

                                Projects:


                                  M. Sc. Martin Höhendinger
                                  Martin Höhendinger
                                  Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                                  Analysis of Operational Processes and Steering Capabilities for Integrating Technological Parameters into an Energy Efficient Management of Interacting Systems in Automated Dairy Cattle Sheds Taking Account of Animal Welfare

                                  The objective is to develop an integrated farm management system for combined milk and energy production in agricultural organisations. This should entail optimising energy consumption regarding private consumption share or network usability and stabilisation.

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                                  SUPERVISORS

                                  Technical University of Munich

                                  Prof. Dr. agr. Heinz Bernhardt

                                  Stable 4.0 (Integrated Dairy Farming)

                                  Current research projects

                                  • Animal-Machine Interaction
                                  • Influencing Factors Analysis on Infield Logistics
                                  • Precision Grassland Farming
                                  • Automatic Feeding Systems for Cattle
                                  • Modeling agricultural transport logistics
                                  • Simulation agricultural crop chains

                                  Projects:


                                    Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                                    Prof. Dr. Jörn Stumpenhausen

                                      

                                    Projects:


                                      M. Sc. Manfred Höld
                                      Manfred Höld
                                      Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                                      Foundations for implementing an on-farm energy management system in the dairy cattle farm

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                                      SUPERVISORS

                                      Technical University of Munich

                                      Prof. Dr. agr. Heinz Bernhardt

                                      Stable 4.0 (Integrated Dairy Farming)

                                      Current research projects

                                      • Animal-Machine Interaction
                                      • Influencing Factors Analysis on Infield Logistics
                                      • Precision Grassland Farming
                                      • Automatic Feeding Systems for Cattle
                                      • Modeling agricultural transport logistics
                                      • Simulation agricultural crop chains

                                      Projects:


                                        Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                                        Prof. Dr. Jörn Stumpenhausen

                                          

                                        Projects:


                                          M. Sc. Felix Rheude
                                          Felix Rheude
                                          Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                                          Ecological and Economic Sustainability Assessments Using the Example of the Public Construction Sector

                                          The construction sector is one of the most resource-intensive areas of the German economy, accounting for approx. 50 per cent of all waste. By using three example objects, this project is intended to examine which opportunities are available to the construction sector to improve the ecological and economic sustainability of buildings.

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                                          SUPERVISORS

                                          Technical University of Munich

                                          Prof. Dr. Magnus Fröhling

                                            

                                          Projects:


                                            Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                                            Prof. Dr. Hubert Röder

                                            Research Focus:

                                            • Sustainability assessment
                                            • Forestry and forest management
                                            • Business models and feasibility studies

                                            Projects:


                                              M. Sc. Anna Guthmann
                                              Anna Guthmann
                                              Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                                              Structure, species composition and microclimate of the grassland in floodplains. A comparison of normal landscape and areas under contract nature conservation

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                                              M. Sc. Alexander M. Rechl
                                              Alexander M. Rechl
                                              Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                                              Short Rotation Plantations on Organic Soils – Carbon Balance and Climate Relevance

                                              The objective of the research project is to test the climate impact of short rotation plantations on organic soils using the example of typical site, establishment, and tree species variants and to identify favourable variants from a yield and climate impact perspective.

                                              MEMBER IN THE JOINT ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIP

                                              since


                                              SUPERVISORS

                                              Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                                              Prof. Dr. Matthias Drösler

                                              Research area:

                                              • Moor ecosystems and climate change 

                                              Here the professor decisively shapes the state of knowledge on the climate relevance of organic soils: The emissions factors for swamps in Bavaria and in Germany largely derive from projects led by the professorship.

                                              Projects:


                                                Esther Baumann
                                                Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

                                                Mahdmosaic in grassland structures and diversity analyses on various landscape levels

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                                                Publications

                                                © C. Müller / BayWISS-VK LS

                                                2020

                                                • Bernhard Schuldt, Allan Buras, Matthias Arend, Yann Vitasse, Carl Beierkuhnlein, Alexander Damm, Mana Gharun, Thorsten E.E. Grams, Markus Hauck, Peter Hajek, Henrik Hartmann, Erika Hiltbrunner, Günter Hoch, Meisha Holloway-Phillips, Christian Körner, Elena Larysch, Torben Lübbe, Daniel B. Nelson, Anja Rammig, Andreas Rigling, Laura Rose, Nadine K. Ruehr, Katja Schumann, Frank Weiser

                                                  , Christiane Werner, Thomas Wohlgemuth, Christian S. Zang, Ansgar Kahmen (2020): A first assessment of the impact of the extreme 2018 summer drought on Central European forests, Basic and Applied Ecology, 45, p. 86-103, ISSN 1439-1791, doi.org/10.1016/j.baae.2020.04.003.

                                                • Devkota, R.S.; Field, R.; Hoffmann, S.; Walentowitz, A.; Medina, F.M.; Vetaas, O.R.; Chiarucci, A.; Weiser, F.

                                                  ; Jentsch, A.; Beierkuhnlein, C. (2020): Assessing the Potential Replacement of Laurel Forest by a Novel Ecosystem in the Steep Terrain of an Oceanic Island. Remote Sens., 12, 4013. doi.org/10.3390/rs12244013

                                                • Eckert J., Gredmaier L., Grüner-Lempart S. (2020) Hochdruckimprägnierung von Lavasteinen als Trägermaterial für schadstoffabbauende Biofilme. Jahrestreffen der ProcessNet-Fachgruppen Hochdruckverfahrenstechnik und Membrantechnik.

                                                • Friedl, P., Weiser, F., Fluhrer, A., & Braun, M. H. (2020): Remote sensing of glacier and ice sheet grounding lines: A review, Earth-Science Reviews, 201, 102948.

                                                • Hartung, C.; Andrade, D.; Dandikas, V.; Eickenscheidt, T.; Drösler, M.; Zollfrank, C.; Heuwinkel, H. (2020): Suitability of paludiculture biomass as biogas substrate biogas yield and long-term effects on anaerobic digestion. Renewable Energy (159), S.64-71.

                                                • Höhendinger, M.; Höld, M.; Hijazi, O.; Treiber, M.; Bauerdick, J.; Frech, Lorenz et al. (2020 online): Cowenergy - possibilities of energy management in energy self-sufficient dairy cowsheds. In: Bio-economy and agri-production. Concepts and evidence, S. 159–172. ISBN 978-0-12-819774-5.

                                                • Rheude F., Kondrasch  J., Röder H., Fröhling M. (2020 online): Review of the terminology in the sustainable building sector, Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 286, 2021, 125445, ISSN 0959-6526

                                                • Straub J., Hehenberger-Risse D., Hofmann J. (2020): Nachhaltige Klärschlammverwertung in Regionen mit geringer Bevölkerungsdichte, Konferenzbeitrag 6. Mitteleuropäische Biomassekonferenz CEBC (22. - 24.01.2020)

                                                • Straub J., Hehenberger-Risse D., Hofmann J. (2020): Projekt greenIKK: Nachhaltige Abwasserbehandlung, Konferenzbeitrag TRIOKON Transferkonferenz (29. - 30.09.2020) für Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft in Ostbayern

                                                • Stumpenhausen, J.; Bernhardt, H.; Höhendinger, M. (2020): Entwicklung eines On-Farm Energie Management Systems für Milchviehlaufställe. KTBL-Tagungsband vom 2. bis 3. März 2020, Mannheim, Mit Energie in die Zukunft Strom, Wärme und Kraftstoffe in der Landwirtschaft , S.21-23

                                                2019

                                                • Brunner, M.; Moning, C.; Tobisch, C. (2019): Ein Zollstock genügt - Einfaches Verfahren zur Beurteilung von Pflegezustand und Lebensraumeignung für Zielarten der Streuobstwiesen Oberbayerns. Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung 51 (02), S.2-7

                                                • Hauck, D., Lohr, D., Meinken, E., Schmidhalter, U. (2019): "Plant availability of secondary phosphates depending on pH in a peat based growing medium", Acta Horticulturae in press

                                                • Hauck, D., Lohr, D., Horn, D., Meinken, E., Schmidhalter, U. (2019): "Charakterisierung der Düngewirkung alternativer P-Dünger im Zierpflanzenbau", VDLUFA Schriftenreihe 75, S.104 - 111.

                                                • Höhendinger, M., Schlereth, N., Treiber, M., Höld, M., Stumpenhausen, J., Bernhardt, H.: "Potential of cyber-physical systems in German dairy farming", 2019 ASABE Annual Meeting, Boston, 08.07.2019

                                                • Höhendinger, M., Kern, S., Stumpenhausen, J., Treiber, M., Bernhardt, H.: "Automatization caused effects on the workload at dairy farms", 47th International Symposium "Actual tasks on Agricultural Engineering", Opatija, Kroatien, 05.03.2019

                                                • Höhendinger, M., Höld, M., Hijazi, O., Treiber, M., Bauerdick, J., Frech, L., Dietrich, R., Krieg, H.-J., Stumpenhausen, J., Bernhardt, H.: "CowEnergy - Possibilities of energy management in energy self-sufficient dairy cowsheds", XXXVIII CIOSTA & CIGR V International Conference, Rhodos, 24.06.2019

                                                • Piser, M., Zink, R., Wöllmann, S.: "Smart Landscapes and PUBinPLAN - Digital Participation for Creating Sustainable Rural Regions", Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Advanced Computer Information Technologies (ACIT), June 5-7, 2019; České Budějovice, Czech Republic, 2019

                                                • Piser, M., Zink, R.: "Digitale Partizipation zur integrativen und nachhaltigen Gestaltung ländlicher Räume", FH Campus Wien – Verein zur Förderung des Fachhochschul-, Entwicklungs-und Forschungszentrums im Süden Wiens (Ed.). Book of Abstracts (136-139), 2019, ISBN: 978-3-902614-55-1

                                                • Schönhärl, M.; Moning, C.; Tobisch, C. (2019): Gelbbauchunken können auch Schatten. – ANLiegen Natur 41(1): online preview, 12 p., Laufen

                                                • Simon, J., Drechsel, P., Kracklauer, A. H. (2019): Zielgruppensegmentierung für den Online-Lebensmittelhandel: Eine Benefit-Segmentierung der Lebensmittelkunden. In: Sales Manager - Fachmagazin für marktorientierte Unternehmensführung 4 (1), S. 16 - 22.

                                                • Straub J., Hehenberger-Risse D., Hofmann J., Sustainable use of sewage sludge in regions with a low population density; EUBCE 2019, 27th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition

                                                • Szücs, L.; Tobisch, C.; Schroth, O.; Blum, P. (2019): Qualität und Nutzbarkeit von OSM-Daten für landschaftsplanerische Fragestellungen. gis.Science 32 (3), S.77-86

                                                Coordination

                                                Get in touch. We look forward to your questions and ideas for our Joint Academic Partnership Life Sciences and Green Technologies

                                                Dr. Michaela Stegmann

                                                Dr. Michaela Stegmann

                                                Coordination BayWISS-JAP Life Sciences and Green Technologies

                                                University of Applied Sciences Weihenstephan-Triesdorf
                                                Am Staudengarten 9 | Gebäude H21
                                                85354 Freising

                                                Telephone: +49 8161 716358
                                                life-sciences.vk@baywiss.de