Postdocs and their research interests

Dr. Arch. Alejandro de Castro Mazarro
Research Area Landscape, Ecosystems and Biodiversity
Research interests: global environmental justice, uneven urban development, spatial inequality, relational geography, urban sufficiency

Dr. rer. nat. Claudia Dworczyk
Research Area Landscape, Ecosystems and Biodiversity
Research interests: Landscape ecology; ecosystem services; sustainable resource management, nature conservation, geographic information systems

Dr. rer. pol. Franziska Ehnert
Research Area Transformative Capacities
Sustainability transitions: Urban transitions towards sustainability, Transition governance, Citizen participation, Policy change and ministerial administration

Dr. Neelakshi Joshi
Research Area Landscape, Ecosystems and Biodiversity
Research interests: Urban energy transition, landscape change, governance, socio-ecological-technical system transformation

Jonathan Morris, PhD
Research Area Transformative Capacities
Research interests: Sustainable management of energy and water resources; indicators and evaluation instruments for sustainability measurement; role and capacity of local government driving sustainable growth; local and regional sustainability impacts of supply chains

Dr. Marina Novikova
Research Area Transformative Capacities
Research interests: Social innovation, transformative social innovation, regional development, rural development, transformative capacities, sustainability transitions

Dr. rer. nat. Christoph Schünemann
Research Area Built Environment - Resources and Environmental Risks
Research interests: System Thinking and System Dynamic approaches to illuminate complex socio-technological systems and transformation dynamics, Building performance simulation for overheating analysis of buildings and development of climate adaptation and climate mitigation measures, Sustainable built environment, Renewable energies

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