Aktuelle Veranstaltungen

Berlin, 25.11.2013 13:20 Uhr

Researchers Forum - Networking Opportunities in Berlin

Smart Cities and Urban Technologies

Are you a visiting scientist or undergraduate conducting research in Berlin? Are you interested in learning more about this hub of innovation about its facilities and institutes that are shaping the future of cities and urban landscapes, and shared interdisciplinary interests? If so, you are cordially invited to the next Researchers Forum on the 25th November 2013!

Researchers Forum Smart Cities

In the coming years we will have to face new challenges right at home: we have to find new ways to deal responsibly with our resources and environment, ideas for managing the increasing traffic and transportation demands, and new methods for easily accessible information.

Right now, over 300 institutions in Berlin are working on solutions to tackle these tasks. Thanks to the unique scientific community and urban landscape, Berlin-Brandenburg has become one of Europe’s most successful leaders in urban technologies. Nowhere else you can find so many interdisciplinary projects that have successfully made it from test phase to daily operations.

If you are doing research in these fields or want to find new approaches to these topics, the TSB Technologiestiftung Berlin cordially invites you to the Researchers Forum – Focus on Smart City & Urban Technologies. Furthermore, you will get the chance to meet and introduce yourself to representatives from institutions and companies, and fellow visiting scientists from all over the world.


Welcome Address

Annette Kleffel, TSB Technologiestiftung Berlin

Florian Lennert, London School of Economics Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change

Urban Technologies in Berlin

Anne-Caroline Erbstößer, TSB Technologiestiftung Berlin

Thermochemical Conversion Processes of Biomass

Alba Dieguez Alonso, Technische Universität BerlinInstitute of Energy Engineering – Energy Process Engineering and Conversion Technologies for Renewable Energies

Let´s Make a Plan: Linking Costs and Ecological Benefits to Optimize River Management

Dr. Simone Langhans, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries


Annette Kleffel, TSB Technologiestiftung Berlin


Michael Scherer
Michael Scherer
Netzwerke & KooperationenWissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
E-Mail schreiben+49 30 209 69 99 51

Anmeldung zu Veranstaltung:

Researchers Forum - Networking Opportunities in Berlin

Anmeldefrist: 21.11.2013 Bitte füllen Sie die Formularfelder aus um sich für die Veranstaltung anzumelden.
Die mit einem * gekennzeichneten Felder sind Pflichtfelder.
Hinweise zum Datenschutz finden Sie hier.