newest activities

Abby-Net Summer School'20

The 2020 summer school will be held at Kloster Banz Germany.
More Information about the topics a how to apply are soon to be published here./a>.

10th Abby-Net Research Workshop

The 10h Abby-Net Research Workshop took place at the Kanaskis Field Station in January 2020.

Abby-Net Summer School'19
on Natural Resource Management and Energy Systems Under Changing Environmental Conditions

The 7th Abby-Net summer school was hosted by the University of Calgary at the Barrier Lake Station. For further informaction click here.

9th Abby-Net Research Workshop

The 9th Abby-Net Research Workshop was hosted at the University of Calgary. At this Workshop Abby-Net PIs shared results, discussed project progress and initiated new research.

Abby-Net Summer School'18
on Trends in future Energy transitions

The 6th Abby-Net summer school took place at Burg Trausnitz,Bavaria. Students developed a trend analysis on future scenarios for energy and environment.

5th Abby-Net Research Workshop

The 5th Abby-Net Research Workshop was hosted at TUM Munich. At this Workshop Abby-Net PIs shared results, discussed project progress and initiated new research.

Our Mission

The mission of ABBY-Net is to bring together researchers from Alberta, Canada and Bavaria, Germany who collaborate on interdisciplinary research and training for an improved understanding of the complex interactions in E³-Systems (Environment, Engineering and Socio-Economics) to facilitate energy systems transitions.

ABBY-Net undertakes:

ABBY-net core topics

Key research topics to facilitate energy transitions include:

KEY RESEARCH APPROACHES

Key research approaches include:

Partner Universities in Alberta

University of Calgary
(UoC)

University of Alberta Edmonton
(UoA)

Partner Universities in Bavaria

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
(LMU)

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen
(FAU)

Technische Universität München
(TUM)