team

Post Doctoral Researcher

Dr. Bianca Vienni
Universitätsallee 1, C40.524
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-1975
Fax +49.4131.677-1713
bianca.vienni@leuphana.de

Bianca Vienni joined the Centre for Methods in April 2016. She is a postdoctoral research associate and is working in the research entitled “Challenges of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary knowledge production: Institutionalisation, cultures and communities (ICC)”.

Jeremias Herberg, M.Sc.
Universitätsallee 1, C40.322
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-1358
Fax +49.4131.677-2803
jeremias.herberg@leuphana.de

Jeremias Herberg is a researcher in the Complexity or Control? Paradigms for Sustainable Development project. His soon to be published dissertation analyses institutional complexity and governing political implications of a so- called MINT-Education which is increasingly discussed and (re)shaped as a driver of regional economic growth.

PhD candidates

Moritz Engbers
Universitätsallee 1, C40.214
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-4014
moritz.engbers@leuphana.de

Moritz Engbers joined Leuphana Center for Methods in March 2013 and holds a PhD sponsorship. In his PhD project he deals with the relationship between (inter)culturality and transdisciplinary research on sustainability.

Rebecca Freeth, MPhil
Universitätsallee 1, C40.215
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-4020
Fax +49.4131.677-1713
rebecca.freeth@leuphana.de

Rebecca Freeth joined Leuphana University in December 2015 and is a PhD Candidate in the research project Leverage Points. She is conducting formative accompanying research in order to critically reflect on the process of knowledge production in the inter- and transdisciplinary project.

Esther Meyer (M.Sc.)
Universitätsallee 1, C40.325
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-2803
esther.meyer@leuphana.de

Esther Meyer has started her PhD in the research project Complexity or Control? Paradigms for Sustainable Development at Leuphana University in July 2015. In her PhD project she conducts discourse analysis on key terms of Sustainability Science, underlying arguments, and theoretical contextualizations.

Dipl. Des. (FH) Daniela Peukert
Universitätsallee 1, C40.214
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-4023
daniela.peukert@leuphana.de

Daniela Peukert has started her PhD in the research project Leverage Points in November 2015. She works on how design methods can be helpful regarding the production and the exchange of knowledge in transdisciplinary teams.

Dipl.-Soz. Robin Pascal Straub
Universitätsallee 1, C40.327
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-1973
Fax +49.4131.677-1713
robin.straub@leuphana.de

Robin Pascal Straub joined Leuphana University in January 2016 and is working in the research project ZZL network. His PhD project deals with cooperation processes in the science and practice of teacher education.

External PhD candidates

Vera Brandner

ipsum interkultureller kunstverein
1170 Wien
vera@ipsum.at

Vera Brandner started her PhD project "Das Bild der Anderen erforschen. Die Fotografie als Kulturtechnik für die Grenzarbeit in Situationen kultureller Differenz" ["Exploring the picture of the Other. The transformative potential of photographic practice in situations of cultural difference"] in 2014.

Willington Ortíz

Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie
42103 Wuppertal
willington.ortiz@wupperinst.org

Willington Ortíz started his PhD project in 2015. He is working on the Transformation of rural energy systems in developing countries from a quasi-evolutionary perspective.

Co-Supervisions

Claudia Konrad

Social & Cultural Anthropology (M.A.)
22767 Hamburg
claudia.konrad@posteo.de

Claudia Konrad has been a PhD candidate at the chair of ethnology at Trier University since 01/2013. The working title of her dissertation is “Adaptive governance in social-ecological systems. A case study on forest-related livelihoods under the implementation of incentive-based policies in Ecuador”.

Gemma Tejedor Papell

Master degree in Sustainability and in Forestry Engineering
08800 Vilanova i la Geltrú (Barcelona)
gemma.tejedor@upc.edu

Gemma  Tejedor  is  enrolled at  the  PhD  Program  in  Sustainability  of  the  University Sustainability Research Institute for Sustainability Science and Technology (IS.UPC) since 2013. The aim of her thesis is to explore how to introduce transdisciplinarity for sustainability in the engineering studies, specifically at UPC.

Insa Winkler

Architektur und Umwelt (M.Sc.)
27798 Hude
insawinkler@artecology.de

Insa Winkler is associated to the research project Leverage Points and questions in her PhD project how Social Land Art behaves in the context of empirical and artistic practice, and its suggestive theories in the discourse of transdisciplinary sustainability science, and social culture organization.