Members

 

 

 

ABBY-Net (Albertan-Bavarian Research Network) is an international, multidisciplinary consortium with a joint aim to facilitate regional energy transitions. The members of ABBY-Net are scientists from the disciplines of environmental science, computing science, engineering and socio-economics of three universities in Bavaria, Germany and three universities in Alberta, Canada:

•          Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Munich, Germany (LMU)

•          Friedrich-Alexander-Universitaet, Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany (FAU)

•          Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany (TUM)

•          University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (U of C)

•          University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (U of A)

•          University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada (U of L)

 

Founded in 2011, ABBY-Net members foster the interdisciplinary research at the intersections of the disciplines of environment, computing science, socio-economy and engineering. These members have supported the exchange and co-supervision of graduate students, as well as hosting four, one week long seminars on the topic of natural resource management and energy systems under changing environmental conditions. To learn more about the scientists active in ABBY-Net, please view their individual profiles below:

ABBY-Net Member

Research Domain (Discipline)

University

Prof. Ralf Ludwig (SP)

Environment (Geography)

LMU

PD Dr. Matthias Schubert

Computing Science

LMU

Prof. Karen Pittel       

socio-Economy (Environmental Economics)

LMU

Prof. Jürgen Karl

Engineering (Energy Process Engineering)

FAU

Prof. Marco Pruckner

Computing Science

FAU

Prof. Klaus Diepold

Computing Science

TUM

Prof. Annette Menzel

Environment (Eco-climatology)

TUM

Prof. Mario Nascimento

Computing Science

UofA

Prof. Sven Anders

socio-Economy (Resource Economy)

UofA

Prof. Petr Musilek

Engineering (Electrical Engineering)

UofA

Prof. Joule Bergerson

Engineering (Chemical Engineering)

UofC

Prof. Bernhard Meyer

Engineering (Geochemistry)

UofC

Prof. Greg McDermid (SP)

Environment (Geography)

UofC

Prof. Stefan Kienzle

Environment (Geography)

UofL

 

Selected, related publications of these researchers are listed on the "Publications" page.