HFT invites you to NeMDa Workshop
Dates: 20 -24 May 2019
The project New Methods for Data collection, analysis and impact assessment in water-energy Nexus_NeMDa) deals with new methods of data collection, analysis and impact assessment in the water-energy-land-climate Nexus. Started in 2018, the project brings together students from various disciplines related to corresponding research topics based on three urban regions in the following countries: Germany (Stuttgart/Ludwigsburg), Iran (Tehran) and the USA (New York City). This collaborative project is carried out by three partnering universities from the regions above: Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, University of Tehran, Iran, and New York University, USA.
This year HFT hosts the 2nd NeMDa workshop which offers an exciting platform to take part in presentations, hands-on training, hackathons, ideas and knowledge exchange on "Geo" interesting topics on the following days:
Monday 20.05.2019 Data platforms, open data sources
Tuesday 21.05.2019 Land - climate nexus: Mapping emissions and air pollution
Wednesday 22.05.2019 Water - energy nexus /potential of green spaces
Thursday 23.05.2019 Climate action, informatics for transition to renewables
Friday 24.05.2019 Final presentations and future working scenarios
Participation in the workshop is free of charge, but the number of slots is limited. Please contact email@example.com to book a slot indicating the days you wish to attend.
The Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM supports the international exchange of students and vocationally qualified people. Since 2001, it has enabled more than 20,000 young people from Baden-Württemberg to gain experience abroad and allowed scholarship holders from other countries to visit Baden-Württemberg. Approximately 1,500 young people receive a Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM each year.
Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM for University Students – BWS plus
With the Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM for University Students –
BWS plus, the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung supports innovative joint
projects between universities from Baden-Württemberg and their
international partners. The programme, which is endowed with
approximately 1.2 million euros annually, was announced for the
first time in 2011. Since then, more than 70 BWS plus projects have
been supported at universities in Baden-Württemberg.
The foundation Baden-Württemberg Stiftung is committed to creating a vibrant Baden-Württemberg worth living in. It paves the way for cutting-edge research, diverse educational activities and responsible interactions with our fellow human beings. The Baden-Württemberg Stiftung is one of the major operational foundations in Germany. It is the only one that invests exclusively and non-partisanly in the future of Baden-Württemberg – and thus in the future of its citizens.