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STUDIA – your partner for system research

The STUDIA-Team: Hannah Politor, Wolfgang Baaske und Stefan Kirchweger

We are a group of researchers in the areas of social- und economic sciences. The core of our research is the solution of problems based on the principles of the system analysis. See also our service profile.


Current Projecs

Concrete energy system transformation

Concrete energy system transformation

Concrete energy system transformation – regionally integrated with resource / energy and value added potential The main objective of the project is to be able to easily survey regional renewable resources, to illustrate them clearly, to optimise their use and to show the (regional) ...
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EBIM-OEV

EBIM-OEV

*   Project title:Low emission commuting with smart micro public transport services (EBIM-ÖV) Project partner: FH OÖ Forschungs und Entwicklungs GmbH, Research Group: Networks and Mobility Project aim: The basic aim of this project is to establish a scientific and technical basis für a ...
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Innovation in der Wertschöpfungskette Holz

InnoForESt – Innovations in Forest Ecosystem Services

Project title: Smart information, governance and business innovations for sustainable supply and payment mechanisms for forest ecosystem services InnoForESt seeks to spark a transformation of the European forest sector by stimulating innovations for the sustainable supply and financing of forest ecosystem services. The overarching ...
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Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels

“Meals on wheels” all over the Kirchdorf district To be able to live within one’s own four walls as long as possible is an important concern for most elderly people. Meals on wheels is an important offer that makes this wish a reality. “If ...
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LTSER – local coordination

LTSER – local coordination

LTSER stands for Long-Term socio-ecological research. STUDIA is the node for LTSER communication in Upper Austria. Local actors should become aware of the opportunities related to the platform, e.g. as a source of information, innovation and knowledge, as a clearing node for research questions, ...
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News & Articles

Economic and ecological effects of changes in agricultural field size

Economic and ecological effects of changes in agricultural field size

Together with colleagues from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences inVienna, Lund University, the Bavarian State Institute of ...
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