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Prof. Christian Opp, Faculty of Geography, Philipps-Universitaet Marburg 20.07.2010
Organization Name:Philipps-Universitaet Marburg 
Department/Unit:Faculty of Geography 
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Dr. Roland Liesenberg, Marketing and Sales, K+S Entsorgung GmbH 20.07.2010
Organization Name:K+S Entsorgung GmbH 
Department/Unit:Marketing and Sales 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:K+S Entsorgung provides disposal solutions for mainly hazardous wastes in underground caverns of potash and salt mines. Reutilisation and disposal at different locations in Germany are long-term-safe and maintenance-free. 
Dr. Rouwen Lehné, Institute for Applied Geosciences/Chair Geo-Resources & Geo-hazards, Darmstadt University of Technology 19.07.2010
Organization Name:Darmstadt University of Technology 
Department/Unit:Institute for Applied Geosciences/Chair Geo-Resources & Geo-hazards 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:The chair Geo-Resources and Geo-Hazards at TU Darmstadt focuses on the evaluation of geo-potentials (geo-resources and geo-hazards) especially in growing urban areas. For that purpose GIS and gOcad for 3D/4D-modeling are in use. Furthermore the chair develops own tool extensions (e.g. Spatial Decision Support Systems, Analytical Hierarchy Process) in order to enable both multicriteria as well as time series analysis related to geo-hazards. Aim of the group is to carry out risk assessment, to develop best handling-scenarios and to contribute to mitigation strategies. In several project areas (i.e. Central Germany, Brazil, Greece, New Zealand, Mexico, Spain, Central European Basin System) the group applies above mentioned approaches and methods. Consequently since summer 2008 the group is granted by a Program of Excellence (the Hessian LOEWE program) in the frame of a joint inter- and trans-disciplinary proposal on the Intrinsic Logic of Cities (“Eigenlogik der Städte”). Aim of this long-term running research program is to identify if institutional, infrastructural or cultural path dependences block rerouting of urban development towards more sustainability and, if so, how to enable rerouting. 
Alison Schlums, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research 19.07.2010
Organization Name:Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research 
Department/Unit: 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), founded in 1992, is a government-funded research institute addressing crucial scientific questions in the fields of global change, climate impacts and sustainable development. At PIK researchers in the natural and social sciences work together to study global change and its impacts on ecological, economic and social systems and to devise general strategies for a sustainable development of humankind and nature. Through data analysis, computer simulations and models, PIK provides decision makers with sound information about climate change and novel concepts for sustainable development. 
Prof. Johannes Jager, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Technische Universität Darmstadt 19.07.2010
Organization Name:Technische Universität Darmstadt, Institute IWAR, Chair of Waste Management 
Department/Unit:Civil Engineering and Geodesy 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:The Chair of Waste Management at the Institute IWAR belongs to the Department of Civil Engineering and Geodesy of the Technische Universität Darmstadt (TU Darmstadt). The Chair of Waste Management at the TU Darmstadt has been directed by Prof. Jager since 1992. In the year of 2010 furthermore the working group brings together: 2 professors, 2 doctors, 4 scientific staff, 4 laboratories and workshop employee and our secretary. The main research interests of the Chair of Waste Management are the climate and resource protection by means of energy efficiency enhancement in thermal and biological waste treatment processes. Further topics encompass the development of waste management systems, the optimization of transport logistics and landfill engineering, environmental analysis, emission and immission control, and life cycle analysis. Currently our research activities include the study on the extraction of biotechnological products from the biological waste treatment; energy efficiency investigations on thermal treatment process; and the study on methane oxidation on a mechanical-biologically treated landfill. In addition environmental analysis, emission and immission control are topics of professional discussion. 
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