2nd Cohort of the TRUST-/ARL Research Training Group

On January 1st, 2020, eight doctoral students in the second cohort started their doctoral projects in the field of "Transformation processes in urban and rural areas". The ARL is hosting two doctoral students from the TRUST/ARL Research Training program:

  • Anne Finger
    • Environmental Planning, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. B. Zibell
    • Title: Mobilität, quo vadis? Potentiale für Mobilität als integrativer Bestandteil einer nachhaltigen Raumentwicklung.   
  • Filip Snieg
    • European Master in Territorial Development, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. R. Danielzyk
    • Title: East Side Transition Stories – a comparison of sustainability transitions in post-socialist shrinking cities in the border region of the Czech Republic, Germany and Poland. E
  • Ole Badelt
    • Environmental Planning, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. C. v. Haaren
    • Title: Sustainable allocation of solar parks – Conditions for increasing the potential for ground mounted PV by technical solution for higher acceptability. 
  • Lydia Heilen
    • Environmental Psychology/Didactics, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. C. Meyer
    • Title: „Transforming our World“ – Die Sustainable Development Goals aus der Perspektive Jugendlicher im Kontext einer Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung.
  • Eva Seewald
    • Institute for Environmental Economics and World Trade, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. U. Grote
    • Title: Infrastructure Projects and Environmental Change in South-East Asia. Impact on Livelihood Strategies.
  • Leonie Wiemer
    • Landscape Architecture, Supervisor: Prof. Dipl.-Ing. C. Werthmann
    • Title: Der Geothermieausbau im Rift Valley (Kenia) und die räumlichen und sozialen Transformationen.
  • Nora Mai
    • Real Estate Management, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. W. Voß
    • Title: Integratives Leerstandsmanagement als neues Instrument der nachhaltigen Landentwicklung – Erfolgsfaktor im Spannungsfeld der Innenentwicklung peripherer Kommunen.
  • Ronja Seegers
    • Institute for Environmental Economics and World Trade, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. U. Grote
    • Title: Identification of intrinsic factors and the effect of a role-playing game on smallholder farmers' motivation to increase tree diversity in Rwanda.
Doctoral students of the second cohort