We are happy that Saavi is in Lüneburg at the Leuphana University and presents her research.
We are happy that Eva is in Lüneburg at the Leuphana University and presents her research.
YEEES SUSTAINABILITY CAMP @ MAXIXE
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Are you interested in international cooperation and the opportunity to spend a month abroad at an exciting “off the beaten path” location? Are you interested in sharing your ideas and skills with a group of like-minded university students who have been given the task of finding solutions for local challenges? If so, you should take part in our second YEEES Sustainability CAMP —Solutions for Maxixe” taking place from November 18th to December 12th, 2018 in the coastal city of Maxixe, Mozambique.
Our project specifically elaborates on the resilience of cities and peri-urban areas with a focus on diverse fields such as: education, sustainability, arts and creativity. We are committed to supporting the development of especially entrepreneurial and ICT-based solutions. „JOIN US FOR A 4-WEEK STAY IN MOZAMBIQUE!“ weiterlesen
Are you a student at a German university and interested in researching on an international topic in the area of sustainable entrepreneurship in Africa? Do you want to bring in your ideas and research as master scholar? Be part of our project by applying for our Master Grant.
In our inter- and transdisciplinary project YEEES – Yields of Evocative Entrepreneurial approaches on Environment and Society – we are offering short-Term grants for Master Students who are writing their thesis for a research stay of up to three months in one of our partner countries in Africa.
Our project especially elaborates on the resilience of cities and peri-urban areas. The focus areas are, e.g. agriculture, education, health security and transport/mobility among others. „APPLY NOW! Grant for Master Thesis in YEEES until 9.9.2018“ weiterlesen
After connecting three different seminars (see YEEES Training Center for more information) Master as well as Bachelor students from different areas of study were able to attend a two week excursion through Namibia in march 2018 experiencing geographical, cultural and (social) entrepreneurial specifics. In two groups of 20 they started in Windhoek and did a round trip including several places like the Namib Desert, Swakopmund and the Etosha national park. The groups have also met students and (social) entrepreneurs from Namibia. A YEEES workshop focusing on sustainability entrepreneurship in the areas visited was designed for analyzing existing entrepreneurial approaches and future entrepreneurial potential. The international and interdisciplinary exchange led to fruitful discussions and the development of several topics for future seminars and master theses.
During the YEEES Idea Jam, the team of the department of Very Large Business Applications of the University of Oldenburg gave an introduction to students of the seminar on “how to create their own website”.
For the first time there will be a track on sustainability entrepreneurship at the BUIS Tage, 20. Tagung der Fachgruppe Betriebliche Umweltinformationssysteme (BUIS) in der Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V., an established conference on environmental informatics. This time’s focus will be on „Smart Citites / Regions – Technische, wirtschaftliche und gesellschaftliche Innovationen“, while the sustainability entrepreneurship track fosters research on the connection of sustainability and ICT, which is still scarce, though implies huge potential. For more information see the Call for Papers and the BUIS Tage webpage.
YEEES related topics are specifically welcome! Full papers, short papers and abstracts can be handed in by 1rst of March 2018. In case of acceptation of a paper in this track, authors from African partner universities can apply for YEEES traveling funds.
In today’s lecture “Connecting Science, Responsibility and Society Dr. Brenda Scholz, Head of Department of Computing Science at the Nelson Mandela University gave a super interesting talk on the importance of ICT in society and how ICT based innovations can contribute to sustainable socioecological change. Thanks, Brenda, for sharing your experience, providing impressive examples and bringing a South African perspective in! So good to have you here!
Phillip Becher visits the NMU in order to further develop YEEES topics. As a representative of the German YEEES team Phillip will attend several meetings and workshops at the NMU and will get the chance to be part of the HEDIS summer school. He aims at identifying current areas of interest in research and teaching with a certain focus on energy, water and mobility.
As a student at the RWTH Aachen doing his Masters of Science in Transport engineering and Mobility specialized in Infrastructure and Vehicles, Phillip especially brings in his competencies in the field of interdisciplinary work related to mobility topics.