_Workshop Program Program

Berlin, 5-9 Dec. 2022

Sunday

  • Arrival

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  • Arrival

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Monday

  • Welcoming Notes

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    Prof. Dr. Hans-Liudger Dienel
    TU Berlin, Chair for Work, Technology and Participation

    Prof. Dr. Lin Tze-Luen
    National Taiwan University, Department for Political Science

    Prof. Dr. Sophia Becker
    Vice President for Sustainability at TU Berlin

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    Vice President of National Taiwan University

    Bettina Klotz
    Alumni-Team TU

    Jonas Fahlbusch
    Research Associate and Alumni from TU Berlin

  • Key Notes

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    Prof. Dr. Dr. Ortwin Renn
    IASS Potsdam

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    TBA

  • Lunch

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  • Lunch

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  • Zero Emission Districts - A global perspective

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    Starting with climate neutral EUREF Campus, we will share experiences from zero districts from all over the world

  • Excursion

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    Excursion on EUREF Campus and Company Visitst




Tuesday

  • Alumni Projects

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    Project pitches of Alumni and Discussion

  • Lunch

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  • Lunch

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  • Excursion

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    Excursion in Berlin to zero emission projects and companies

Wednesday

Thursday

  • Making Data Useable for Zero Emission Districts

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    Together with external experts we will work on the visualisation, prediction and utilisation of data to reach a zero emission pathway for cities worldwide

    @TU Berlin, Marchstraße 23, 10587 Berlin

  • Lunch

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  • Lunch

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  • World Cafe for Zero Emission Districts

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    Alumni developing interdisciplinary tool boxes for their work together with external experts

    @TU Berlin, Marchstraße 23, 10587 Berlin

Friday

  • Excursion

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    Tesla Gigafactory visit


    Grünheide

_Key NotesNotes

Prof. Dr. Dr. Ortwin Renn

Professor Ortwin Renn serves as Scientific Director at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) in Potsdam (Germany). He is professor for technology assessment and environmental sociology at the University and directs, together with Dr. Marion Dreyer and Agnes Lampke, the non-profit company DIALOGIK, a research institute for the investigation of communication and participation processes. Prof. Renn is Adjunct Professor for Integrated Risk Analysis at Stavanger University (Norway) and Affiliate Professor for Risk Governance at Beijing Normal University. Professor Renn’s main research activities at the IASS focus on the role of systemic risks as threats to sustainable development, and the structures and processes for sustainable transformations in Germany and beyond. His research is particularly directed towards transitions of energy systems and energy governance.