Bochum University of Applied Sciences is an engineering and business university located in Germany's largest urban area, the Ruhr region. Its 8200 students are enrolled in 40 different bachelor's and master's programs and benefit from a strong connection to the regional industry and practice-oriented education.
The Department of Geodesy offers education in surveying and geoinformatics. It is currently involved in several national and international research projects that deal with the handling and analysis of spatial data and the development of open educational resources for this purpose, most notably the German National Research Data for the Earth System Sciences (NFDI4Earth).
The team will contribute to several work packages in AquaINFRA with its expertise gained in these projects and lead WP6 on Community Engagement and Capacity Building.
Contact Name: Carsten Keßler
Am Hochschulcampus 1