Nowadays, mobility, in particular public transportation or other sustainable alternatives to gasoline-powered cars, is becoming increasingly important. However, for many people, the limited local infrastructure means they are not able to do without them.
There are a number of ways to minimise the ecological footprint. Whether it's solar cells on the roof, not eating meat to reduce water consumption, or even using public transport for sustainable transportation.
Bachelor's and master's students regularly work on new projects. However, members of the academic staff also carry out research thus furthering their scientific careers.
With the help of scientific projects and research, solutions are being developed to make mobility more sustainable in the future and to perfectly adapt public transport to the needs of the citizens in the respective area.
I 2.25 Furtwangen Campus
- Research projects in connection with new mobility concepts
- Improvement of mobility offers for students
- Introducing students to topics such as sustainable mobility (reduction of ecological footprint), public transport and mobility in general in rural areas such as the Schwarzwald-Baar district
- Implementation of student projects, across faculties and lectures