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Showcasing Urban Trees for Environmental Education with
IoT Technology. SUTEE is an ERASMUS+ Strategic Cooperation Partnership in the field of school education project.

Ref. No: 2023-1-ES01-KA220-SCH-000153498

Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin

Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin

Partner

HU Berlin is one of Germany’s leading research universities with around 5,000 employees, 35,000 students, and an institutional budget exceeding 250 M€ per year. The university has recently been selected as one out of eleven top research universities funded within the framework of the Excellence Initiative of the German Research Foundation (DFG). The Integrative Research Institute on Transformations of Human-Environment Systems (IRI THESys) is a flagship activity in the institutional strategy of HU Berlin. As an inter-faculty institute, it develops long-term collaborative research concepts and projects with a focus on sustainability and ongoing transformations of human-environment systems, particularly also in urban and infrastructural contexts. The IRI THESys aims specifically for the promotion and empowering of young researchers by providing structured training programmes and by integrating education and research from the BSc to the postdoctoral level. Participant URL: https://www.iri-thesys.org

The IRI THESys was founded in 2013 as a cross-faculty research centre focused on global social and environmental change and its consequences. It currently hosts seven research groups and more than 20 faculty staff from project-related disciplines. It runs its own graduate programme. Questions of urban infrastructure, planning and development are central themes of the institute as are questions of alternative economies, urban commons and circular economies. The IRI pursues a global outlook with case studies across the world and an ambition to situate research across world regions and scales.

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