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Mr. Hans-Peter Ratzke, Research and Technology Transfer, Jade Hochschule 19.07.2010
Organization Name:Jade Hochschule 
Department/Unit:Research and Technology Transfer 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:The Jade University of Applied Sciences is located between the northern Jade bay and the rivers Hunte and Weser in Northern Germany. It offers some 35 courses in 6 Departments. The 3 cities, in which the Jade University is located (Wilhelmshaven, Oldenburg and Elsfleth), have a longstanding tradition in their fields. For instance, nautical studies in Elsfleth go back to 1832. Today the Department is Germany's largest nautical studies centre. Engineers have been taught in Oldenburg since 1877, and in Wilhelmshaven the Academy of Business Studies was founded in 1947. The Jade University sees itself as a modern university with a focus on engineering and business studies as well as maritime sciences. Most recently, the Jade University has added additional areas of expertise in the field of hearing technology and audiology, marine research, tourism, geoinformatics, media studies and medical technology. The Jade University combines academic learning and research with key qualifications and ethical standards. At the Jade Hochschule environment/energy relevant research is performed in the faculties of architecture, construction engineering, geoinformatics and photogrammetry as well as in the faculty of maritime studies. Areas of research are: - Insulation of private and public buildings - Evaluation of airborne collected information for energy planning processes (e.g. determination of the potential for solar power plants; determination of heating and cooling losses from buildings) - Heat exchanging systems in sewer systems - Development and application of GIS-Instruments for energy planning processes - Optimisation of energy consumption of ships - Detection and simulation of particular matter 
Prof. Wolfgang-Albert Flügel, Department of Geoinformatics, Hydrology and Modelling, Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena 19.07.2010
Organization Name:Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena (FSU-Jena) 
Department/Unit:Department of Geoinformatics, Hydrology and Modelling (DGHM) 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:The Department of Geoinformatics, Hydrology and Modelling (DGHM) is an innovative academic research institute at the Friedrich-Schiller University (FSU-Jena). Since it was established as part of the Institute of Geography in 1994 it is carrying out research on how distributed geographical objects of a heterogeneous Natural Environment (NE-System) together with its related Human Dimension (HD-System) constitute respective NEHD-Systems can be classified, and how to analyse, model and regionalize their process driven interactive dynamics. Respective research projects carried out by the DGHM comprise (i) process analysis of complex geo-systems; (ii) management and modelling of spatial distributed heterogeneous geo-information; (iii) regional modelling of distributed water and solute transport; (iv) Integrated Water Resources Management Support Systems (IWRMSS) and (v) the regionalization concept of Response Units (RU). 
Prof. Dr. Lutz Katzschner, Architecture and Planning, University Kassel 19.07.2010
Organization Name:University Kassel 
Department/Unit:Architecture and Planning 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:The subject group Environmental Meteorology at the University of Kassel was founded in the year 1979 as an ecological service for the planning department and concentrated since then on applied climatology with the subjects of urban climate, bioclimate and air pollution. Main focus within the Faculty of Architecture, Urban and Landscape Planning, University of Kassel, is given to urban climate and planning assessment. Subjective evaluation of thermal sensations, noise and air pollution problems are dealt in several international research projects (Katzschner 2004). Urban climate is seen as part of a sustainable health and environmental programme. Here, projects in Germany, particularly an action programme for environment and health (APUG) was carried out. Results will be available soon through the Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The subject group is integrated in different international relation bodies and projects in Latin America and Asia (Assis 2000, Team Clean 2003). Here, focus is given to thermal comfort and urban climate maps for planning. Another aspect is a sustainable user concept engaging science (SUCCESS) which is carried out as a European project supporting Chinese villages. Projects:
  • urban climate analysis and evaluation map for the city of Kassel in cooperation with the planning department and the regional administration of Kassel, 1995 to 1998,
  • climate evaluation map for regional planning Hessen in cooperation with the Hessian Minister for Economy and Landscape Development, 2000 to 2005,
  • EU project RUROS, guideline for urban planning under consideration of noise, visual and thermal comfort 5th research framework programme EU, 1998 to 2001,
  • EU Project SUCCESS (Sustainable Users Concepts for China Engaging Scientific Scenarios), 2001 to 2003,
  • health and environmental conditions (air and noise) research project at the University of Kassel since 2005.
Mr. Daniel A. Gottschald, Chemie-Cluster Bayern 19.07.2010
Organization Name:Chemie-Cluster Bayern 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:Chemie-Cluster Bayern represents the triple helix of Bavaria's chemical industry, research institutions (including seven universities and four Fraunhofer Institutes) and public authorities. Offering special know-how e.g. in the fields of intelligent surfaces, power generation, environmental protection and biotechnology, Chemie-Cluster Bayern generates crucial eco-innovation to nearly all of the relevant industry branches. The network has just started its R&D-program “Chemical Assisted Living” to realize chemical pilot projects in Europe’s key technology areas life-science, sustainable building, renewable energy, biotechnology, climate protection, e-mobility etc. Within the program “Chemical Assisted Living”, Chemie-Cluster Bayern initiates the joint development of climate protecting products (e.g. intelligent surfaces, battery components etc.) and promotes their application. 
Dr. Georgiy Lada, Department of Biology, Tambov State University named after G.R. Derzhavin 13.07.2010
Organization Name:Tambov State University named after G.R. Derzhavin 
Department/Unit:Department of Biology 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:1. Variation and speciation of land ectotherm vertebrates of the Russian Plain. 2. Fauna of Central Chernozem (Black Soil) Region of Russia. 3. Flora of Central Chernozem (Black Soil) Region of Russia. Regional Red Data Book and Red Data List. 
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