Research Projects

All universities in Lower Saxony have a commitment to transparency in research. Transparency in research means that the following information is published: who is undertaking the research, on whose behalf and on what issue.

Each year on 1st December, the base data regarding the ongoing third-party-funded research projects is collected.

The research projects are divided into years.

The overview can be found here:

Research Projects 2016

Research Projects 2015

Research Projects 2014

Bot-Watch sub-project: Development of the correlation engine for the implementation and configuration of the ratings and external information providers
Prof. Dr. Ina Schiering

Creatives and 'their' city: networks and "third spaces" of creative urban milieus as a resource for diversity in the strategic planning of urban development
Prof. Dr. Grit Leßmann, Prof. Dr. Brigitte Wotha

Development of in-service courses of study in the nursing and health sciences
Prof. Dr. Martina Hasseler

Development of the skills of healthcare professionals in the context of lifelong learning
Prof. Dr. Ludger Batzdorfer

EneffThermControl
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hinrich Holdack-Janssen

Experimental investigations into the energetic evaluation of algorithms to control volume-variable ventilation systems
Prof. Uwe Schnieder

FairLog 2020 – contemporary wood logistics, Sub-project: Development of a functional model for wood measurement that can be calibrated
Prof. Dr. Ing. Andreas Ligocki

Feasibility study of a low-cost RCP system using an open source platform for the development of battery control systems
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Xaiobo Liu-Henke

MOEWE
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Kreyssig

Monitoring of new construction: surplus energy printing plant, Oeding in Braunschweig
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lars Kühl

Simulation and definition of optimum operating processes and operating consumption of selected system configurations and development of algorithms
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lars Kühl

Work on dementia with the intellectually disabled
Prof. Dr. Sandra Verena Müller

Research Projects 2013

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