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Forschungs- und Transferzentrum "Nachhaltigkeit und Klimafolgenmanagement"
Forschungs- und Transferzentrum "Nachhaltigkeit und Klimafolgenmanagement"

Our team

Professor Walter Leal (BSc, PhD, DSc, DPhil, DeD, DL, DLit)

Director of the Research and Transfer Centre
"Sustainability and Climate Change Management" (FTZ-NK)
T +49.40.428 75-6313


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Prof. Walter Leal (BSc, PhD, DSc, DL, DPhil, DLitt), head of the Research and Transfer Centre "Sustainability and Climate Change Management" at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, has been working in the field of environmental and sustainable development since 1987. He initiated the International Climate Change Information Programme (ICCIP), publishes several international journal and book series and acts as review editor for the International Panel of Climate Change. His main interests are in Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Energy as well as innovation and general Life Sciences.

Dr. Anne Marie Hoffmann
Deputy Head/ Environmental Governance and Sustainability
T +49.40.428 75-6331
Jennifer Louise Pohlmann
Deputy Head / Project Manager Digital Learning and Sustainability
T +49.40.428 75-6358

Jennifer Pohlmann (M.Sc. Public Policy and Human Development, BA Socio-Economics) (deputy head of FTZ-NK) joined the team in November 2017. With her extensive project management experience in development cooperation and capacity building, she is currently developing an online learning offer for sustainable development goals (SDGs). In addition, she coordinates projects on sustainable mobility and smart specialization in the Baltic Sea Region.

Mareike Fellmer
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin für Nachhaltigkeit und Klimafolgenmanagement
T +49.40.428 75-6343

Dr. Mareike Fellmer is an environmental scientist and started working as project manager at the FTZ-NK in September 2017.Currently, she is responsible for the EU research project “BSR electric” that deals with fostering of e-mobility in the Baltic Sea Region. Furthermore, she has experience in sustainable urban development in the context of climate change. This includes dealing with storm surge risks and rainwater management in urban districts and waterfronts. In addition, she worked on sustainable solutions for integrating green and blue infrastructure in urban planning processes. In her PhD thesis, she analyzed the citizen engagement in dealing with storm surges with the Tideelbe region as example.

(on maternity leave)

Franziska Wolf
FTZ-NK: EU-Projektmanagement und -koordination; stv. Leiterin FTZ-NK
T +49.40.428 75-6324

Franziska Wolf (MBA, BSc., B.A. int.; deputy head of FTZ-NK) is involved in international development projects in the ACP region South-East Asia, the Baltic Sea Region and the North Sea Region. At the FTZ-NK, she works as senior project manager on themes such as sustainable mobility as well as Renewables and the development of online learning courses and conferences. Her research interests focus on adaptation to climate change in SIDS.

Ivonne Stresius
Projektmanagerin Nachhaltigkeit und Klima
T +49.40.428 756107

Ivonne Stresius (state-certified food chemist, graduate environmental engineer) is involved in different research projects at the FTZ-NK since August 2017. She has many years experience in research mainly dealing with the topics water quality and environment-related health protection in the context of climate change. Current research topic is the interaction between puplic participation, involvement of science and decision making in complex systems.

Juliane Bönecke
Project Manager Climate Change and Health
T +49.40.428 75-6362
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Juliane Bönecke (M.Sc. Health Sciences, licensed physiotherapist) has been part of the FTZ-NK since October 2017, focusing the field of climate change and health. Her project team deals with the occurrence of mosquito-borne infectious diseases influenced by climate dynamics and environmental changes.
Her main interests focus on the epidemiology of infectious diseases, biostatistics, population health prevention, and interdisciplinary research. She is currently studying the relationship between climate change and the epidemiological development of the Zika virus in the Fiji Islands.

Derya Taser

Derya Taser
Forschungs- & Transferzentren
Project Manager Digital Learning & Sustainability
Ulmenliet 20
21033 Hamburg
Raum R 0.34
T +49.40.428 75-6354

Derya Taser, B.Sc. studied Health Sciences has been part of the Research and Transfer Center for Sustainability and Climante Change Management since Oktober 2018. She is currently responsible fort he projects „Digital Learning and E-Mobility“ and „Sustainable Tourism and Stakeholder Networking for SIDS Policy Makers“. Her work focuses on on the development, testing and modular availability of information and teaching materials (Open Education Resource). Through her activities she has experience in blended learning. Her interests are particularly in the areas of public health and health education.

Svenja Scheday

Svenja Scheday

FTZ-NK: Svenja Scheday
Student Assistent

Svenja Scheday (Student of Public Health) supports the FTZ-NK since May 2015 in organisational functions. As a student assistant, she administrates the abstracts for symposia.

Letzte Änderung: 05.03.19

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Research and Transfer Centre "Sustainability and Climate Change Management"

Ulmenliet 20
21033 Hamburg
T +49.40.428 75-6075
F +49.40.428 75 60 79

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