Water is considered one of the most important resources of the 21st century. Within the funding program “Netzwerk Wasserforschung Baden-Württemberg” (Water Research Network Baden-Württemberg), an initiative of the State Ministry for Science, Research, and the Arts (MWK), state universities study how water availability can be ensured in sufficient amount and quality. The network office at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) will organize the status colloquium to present the results of the three joint projects on October 08 and 09, 2018, 13.00 hrs, in Stuttgart.
The following three interdisciplinary projects will be presented:
Effect-Net: Causal Relations for Risk Assessment of Chemicals in Water Ecosystems
Spokesperson: Professor Thomas Braunbeck, Heidelberg University
More information: http://www.effect-net-wasser.de/en/14144
CHARM: Understanding Reservoirs – Sustainable Management of Reservoirs
Spokesperson: Professor Silke Wieprecht, Stuttgart University
More information: https://www.charm-bw.de/index.en.html
DRIeR: Effects of Droughts – Making the Invisible Visible
Spokespersons: Professor Kerstin Stahl and Professor Jens Lange, Freiburg University
More information: http://www.drier.uni-freiburg.de/ (in German only)
More information: http://www.wassernetzwerk-bw.de/english/index.php
Status colloquium of the Baden-Württemberg Water Research Funding Program
Monday, October 08 to Tuesday, October 09, 2018, from 13.00 hrs
Haus der Wirtschaft Baden-Württemberg
Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19, 70174 Stuttgart
The program will be in German.
Mit wissenschaftlicher Unterstützung von:
Press release on the start of the “Netzwerk Wasserforschung in Baden-Württemberg“, August 2015
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