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06.08.2018

Leipzig excursion 2018 on Urban Development with the MSc students of Land Management and Land Tenure

On July 4th, 2018 the master students of the Master Programme Land Management and Land Tenure (LMLT) started their three-day journey through Leipzig. They were accompanied by the programme coordinator Dr. Arch. Pamela Durán Díaz and Mag. Rer.nat. Anna Schopf[mehr]

18.07.2018

Land Management chair participates in Doktoranden- & Post-Doc-Seminar FIM 2018 in Hannover.

Prof. de Vries and 6 doctoral candidates from the Chair of Land Management contributed to the “Doktoranden- & Post-Doc-Seminar FIM 2018” in Hannover. The Seminar was held at the Leibniz Universität Hannover from the 12th and 13th of July 2018.[mehr]

18.07.2018

Dr. Uchendu Chigbu participates in the PhD jury of Dr. Jamal Saide’s Viva Voce at Coimbra University, Portugal

On Wednesday 11th July 2018, Dr. Uchendu Eugene Chigbu acted as the main Examiner during the Viva Voce of Dr. Jamal Saide, from Mozambique, at Universidade de Coimbra (Coimbra of University), Portugal. The thesis entitled “The role of participatory budgeting in promoting urban...[mehr]

10.07.2018

Prof de Vries contributes to rural development in Tanzania

Prof de Vries participated in The 1st Dodoma International Conference on making Rural Region Inclusive in Industrialization process of the Global South in Tanzania, which took place from 28-30 June 2018 (https://irdp.ac.tz/icpd/ ). [mehr]

10.07.2018

ADLAND Consortium, led by the Chair of Land Management TUM, conducted two International Workshops at KNUST, Ghana

The Capacity Development Consortium, ADLAND, led by the Chair of Land Management TUM conducted two International Workshops at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) during the periods of 4th to 6th June and 4th to 8th June (2018) respectively. [mehr]

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