Selected Projects



Yogyahealth is an outstanding ASEA-UNINET collaboration project between European and South-East Asian partners, which was awarded the Bernd Rode Award 2016 and furthermore honoured by a certificate of gratitude by…...

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Acquisition of programming skills by Thai teenagers without access to traditional PCs or laptops through their smartphones

Software Technology

Arnan Sipitakiat and Wolfgang Slany have both been involved for many years in bringing programming skills to children and teenagers. Programming has become both a fundamental cultural technique as well…...

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GIScience for Civil Protection Management in Southeast Asia (civil-GIS)

Civil Engineering, Geoinformatics

5th to 9th October, 2015 civil-GIS The Department of Geoinformatics – Z_GIS concluded a week-long international capacity building workshop on ‚GIScience for Civil Protection Management in Southeast Asia (civil-GIS)‘ at…...

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Determination of the Interaction of Poly(lactic acid)/Poly(butylene succinate) Blends Containing Fatty Acids for Bioplastics Applications


Poly (lactic acid) (PLA) is a semi – crystalline biodegradable, recyclable and compostable polymer. The advantages of PLA include eco-friendly (derived from renewable resources e.g. corn, wheat, or rice), biocompatibility…...

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Multi-disciplinary Application of Geographical Information Science in Southeast Asia (multiGIS)


The 10 Southeast Asian Countries are joining forces to form the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by 2015. The AEC envisages a single market & production base, a highly competitive economic…...

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Sustainability Transitions Summer School


Natural resources are at the heart of global sustainability and ecosystem health. On the one hand, sufficient access to natural resources is important for our well-being. On the other hand,…...

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Animal Perception of Seismic and Non-Seismic Earthquake Phenomena


We carefully reviewed the anecdotal evidence of the existence of such precursors, as well as the options for scientific investigation, built three observation stations in Indonesia (Fig. 3), and conducted…...

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