The Platform Environmental Systems Analysis links the existing research groups in the field of environmental research at the University of Tübingen. These are the natural and applied sciences (geo- & environmental science, chemistry, biology, physics), but in addition also social sciences and economics, ethics and law. The platform addresses a broad range of relevant and highly interdisciplinary environmental research challenges.
Research projects in the field of water management, water treatment, emerging pollutants, recycling and re-use of waste, environmental monitoring and global change are conducted in an interdisciplinary manner and in cooperation with national research laboratories, ministries, environmental agencies & regulators, small and medium sized enterprises, industry and industry associations. Upcoming research themes are taken up rapidly and tackled by interdisciplinary research groups.
The Platform supports the co-ordination and execution of applied research & development projects and acts as a contact point for members from academia, industry, and policy with respect to environmentally, economically and scientifically relevant topics.
Results and achievements are presented to the public and students during regular thematic workshops, symposia and courses.
Innovation in Modelling Coupled Natural and Human Systems Related to Water, May 31st and June 1st, 2017.
CRC 1253 CAMPOS
Colaborative Research Center "CAMPOS - Catchments as Reactors" (--> Info)
Prof. Carolin Huhn
Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
Auf der Morgenstelle 18
Dr. Hermann Rügner
Centre for Applied Geosciences