Dr. Stephan Bosch

Research associate
Human Geography and Transition Research
Phone: +49 821 598 2257
Email: stephan.bosch@geo.uni-augsburg.de
Room: 1010 (B)
Visiting hours: Thursday 10:00 - 11:00 am
Address: Alter Postweg 118, 86159 Augsburg

Research Interests

  • Renewable Energies
  • Energy Transition
  • Political Ecology
  • Economic Geography
  • Spatial Planning

Publications

  • Bosch S., Rathmann J., Schwarz L. (2019): The Energy Transition between profitability, participation and acceptance – considering the interests of project developers, residents, and environmentalists. In: Advances in Geosciences, 49, 19-29. https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-49-19-2019
  • Bosch S., Schmidt M. (2019): Auswirkungen neuer Energiesysteme auf die wirtschaftliche Entwicklung – Möglichkeiten eines grünen Kapitalismus. In: SustainabilityManagementForum. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00550-019-00486-w
  • Bosch S., Schmidt M. (2019): Is the post-fossil era necessarily post-capitalistic? – The robustness and capabilities of green capitalism. In: Ecological Economics, 161, 270-279. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2019.04.001
  • Bosch S., Schwarz L. (2019): The Energy Transition from Plant Operators’ Perspective – A Behaviorist Approach. In: Sustainability, 11 (6), 1621. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11061621
  • Bosch S. (2019): Meere als regenerative Energiequellen. In: Geographische Rundschau, 71 (4), 28-33.
  • Bosch S., Schwarz L., Schmidt M. (2019): Energiegeographie – von A bis Z. In: Institut für Geographie [Hrsg.], Geographica Augustana, Band 28, Augsburg.
  • Bosch S. (2018): Technologie- und Standortwahl beim Ausbau erneuerbarer Energien – Eine empirische Analyse zum unternehmerischen Verhalten von Anlagenbetreibern. In: SustainabilityManagementForum, 27 (1), 31-52. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00550-018-0477-8
  • Bosch S., Rathmann J. (2018): Deployment of Renewable Energies in Germany: Spatial Principles and their Practical Implications Based on a GIS-Tool. In: Advances in Geosciences, 45, 115-123. https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-45-115-2018
  • Bosch S., Schwarz L. (2018): Ein GIS-Planungstool für erneuerbare Energien – Integration sozialer Perspektiven. In: Strobl J., Zagel B., Griesebner G., Blaschke T. [Hrsg.]: AGIT – Journal für Angewandte Geoinformatik, 4, 92-101. doi:10.14627/537647012
  • Bosch S. (2017): Neue Energieressourcen als Ausgangspunkte ländlicher und urbaner Transformationsprozesse. In: Schmidt M. [Hrsg.]: Vielfalt und Veränderung. Aktuelle Beiträge der Augsburger Humangeographie, Geographica Augustana, Band 23, 1-10.
  • Bosch S. (2017): Wie unser Energiekonsum unsere Umgebung verändert. In: Praxis Geographie, 47 (1), 16-20.
  • Jetter F., Bosch S. (2016): Energiewende auf dem Dach – Siedlungsstrukturelle Informationen als Grundlage zur Berechnung des Solarpotenzials auf Wohngebäuden. In: Journal of Cartography and Geographic Information, 66 (4), 186-193.
  • Jetter F., Bosch S., Schmid T. (2016): Analyse des PV-Potenzials von Wohngebäuden anhand siedlungsgenetischer Merkmale. In: Strobl J., Zagel B., Griesebner G., Blaschke T. [Hrsg.]: AGIT – Journal für Angewandte Geoinformatik, 2, 106-115. doi:10.14627/537622016
  • Bosch S., Rathmann J., Simetsreiter F. (2016): Raumverträglicher Ausbau von erneuerbaren Energien – ein alternativer Standortplanungsansatz für eine nachhaltige Energiewende. In: Geographica Helvetica, 71 (1), 29-45. https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-71-29-2016
  • Simetsreiter F., Bosch S. (2015): Energieressource Raum. In: ESRI [Hrsg.]: arcAKTUELL – Über und unter der Erde: Umgang mit Ressourcen. Heft 3, 14-15.
  • Bosch S. (2015): Des énergies renouvelables pour l´Allemagne. Planification spatiale et technique pour une transition énergétique intelligente. In: Revue Géographique de l´Est, 55 (1-2).
  • Walter K., Bosch S. (2015): Réseau intercontinental d'approvisionnement énergétique - scénario pour un tracé de la ligne de transport électrique de l'Afrique du Nord à l'Europe centrale. In: Revue Géographique de l´Est, 55 (1-2).
  • Ludwig N., Bosch S. (2014): Windenergiepotenzial auf Offenland- und Waldstandorten. In: Strobl J., Blaschke T., Griesebner G., Zagel B. [Hrsg.]: Angewandte Geoinformatik 2014 – Beiträge zum 26. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 117-126.
  • Ludwig N., Bosch S. (2014): Standortalternativen für die Windenergie – Berechnung des Ertragspotenzials auf Offenland- und Waldstandorten in Bayern. In: Raumforschung und Raumordnung, 72 (4), 293-308. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13147-014-0294-7
  • Walter K., Bosch S. (2013): Planung einer Stromleitungstrasse von Hassi R’Mel (Algerien) nach Brüssel. In: GIS.Science – Die Zeitschrift für Geoinformatik, 26 (4), 119-126.
  • Walter K., Bosch S. (2013): Intercontinental cross-linking of power supply – calculating an optimal power line corridor from North Africa to Central Europe. In: Energy, Sustainability and Society, 3 (7). https://doi.org/10.1186/2192-0567-3-14
  • Bosch S. (2013): Geographie der erneuerbaren Energien – Räumliche Grenzen eines nachhaltigen Energiesystems. In: Radtke J., Hennig B. [Hrsg.]: Die deutsche „Energiewende“ nach Fukushima. Der wissenschaftliche Diskurs zwischen Atomausstieg und Wachstumsdebatte, "Beiträge zur sozialwissenschaftlichen Nachhaltigkeitsforschung", Band 8, 397-422.
  • Peyke G., Bosch S., Färber K., Tatu D., Walter K. (2013): Erneuerbare Energien von A bis Z. In: Friedmann A., Hilpert M., Jacobeit J., Kunstmann H., Ohl U., Peyke G., Reller A., Schneider T., Thieme K., Timpf S., Wetzel K.-F. [Hrsg.], Geographica Augustana, Band 13, Augsburg.
  • Bosch S. (2013): Erneuerbare Energie für Deutschland – Räumliche und technische Planung für eine intelligente Energieversorgung. In: Geographische Rundschau, 65 (1), 4-11. (inkl. Moderation des Themenheftes)
  • Bosch S. (2012): Erneuerbare Energien im Augsburger Raum – Technische Details, Standortpotenziale und Flächennutzungskonkurrenzen.In: Schneider T. [Hrsg.]: Geographische Exkursionen in Bayerisch Schwaben und benachbarten Gebieten, Geographica Augustana, Band 12, Augsburg.
  • Bosch S. (2012): Erfassung und Bewertung des Einflusses der Ressource Raum im Rahmen der Förderung von Erneuerbaren Energien sowie Ableitung eines ganzheitlichen Ansatzes zur optimalen Integration von regenerativen Technologien in den ländlichen Raum. http://opus.bibliothek.uni-augsburg.de/opus4/frontdoor/index/index/docId/1967
  • Walter K., Bosch S. (2012): Energietransport – GIS-gestützte Identifikation optimaler Stromleitungstrassen zwischen Nordafrika und Europa. In: Strobl J., Blaschke T., Griesebner G. [Hrsg.]: Angewandte Geoinformatik 2012 – Beiträge zum 24. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 543-552.
  • Bosch S., Peyke G. (2011): Regionalplanerische Einstufung der Windenergie in Deutschland – Visualisierung konkurrierender Flächennutzungsansprüche an On- und Offshore-Standorten mittels GIS. In: Strobl J., Blaschke T., Griesebner G. [Hrsg.]: Angewandte Geoinformatik 2011 – Beiträge zum 23. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 450-459.
  • Bosch S., Peyke G. (2011): Kein Raum für die Erneuerbaren? GIS hilft bei der Suche! In: GIS.Business – Das Magazin für Geoinformation, 17 (5), 34-36.
  • Bosch S., Peyke G. (2011): Erneuerbare Energien und Offshore-Standorte. Rückzug oder Zukunftsperspektive? In: Geographische Rundschau, 63 (4), 51-59.
  • Bosch S., Peyke G. (2011): Gegenwind für die Erneuerbaren – Räumliche Neuorientierung der Wind-, Solar- und Bioenergie vor dem Hintergrund einer verringerten Akzeptanz sowie zunehmender Flächennutzungskonflikte im ländlichen Raum. In: Raumforschung und Raumordnung, 69 (2), 105-118. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13147-011-0082-6
  • Bosch S., Peyke G. (2011): Erneuerbare Energien und GIS – Schlummernde Potenziale. In: Landmarcs – Geo Business News.
  • Bosch S. (2011): Energieplanung 2.0 - Neuorientierung in der Energiebranche. In: Landmarcs – Geo Business News, (2), 1 u. 5.
  • Peyke G., Bosch S., Brandhuber B. (2011): Von A bis Z – Erneuerbare Energien. Augsburg.
  • Bosch S., Peyke G. (2010): Nachhaltige Energieversorgung am Scheideweg – wachsende Ansprüche an GIS zur Korrektur von Fehlentwicklungen beim Ausbau von Erneuerbaren Energien. In: Strobl J., Blaschke T., Griesebner G.  [Hrsg.]: Angewandte Geoinformatik 2010 – Beiträge zum 22. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 924-929.
  • Bosch S. (2010): Rieser Kulturlandschaft und Erneuerbare Energien. Energiepflanzenbau und Pflege der Kulturlandschaft – Zwischen Dichotomie und Synergie. In: Verein Rieser Kulturtage e. V. [Hrsg.]: Rieser Kulturtage – Eine Landschaft stellt sich vor. Dokumentation Band XVIII,192-198.
  • Bosch S., Peyke G. (2010): Raum und Erneuerbare Energien – Anforderungen eines regenerativen Energiesystems an die Standortplanung. In: Standort – Zeitschrift für Angewandte Geographie, 34 (1), 11-19.
  • Bosch S. (2010): Sauberer Strom aus der Wüste – Der Ausbau von konzentrierenden solarthermischen Systemen zur Sicherung der Energie- und Wasserversorgung in der EUMENA-Region. In: Friedmann A., Hilpert M., Jacobeit J., Kunstmann H., Peyke G., Reller A., Schneider T., Thieme K., Timpf S., Wetzel K.-F., Wieczorek U. [Hrsg.], Geographica Augustana, Band 8, Augsburg.
  • Peyke G., Bosch S. (2010): Von A bis Z – Erneuerbare Energien. Augsburg.
  • Bosch S., Peyke G. (2009): Energiewende durch GIS. In: GIS.Business – Das Magazin für Geoinformation, 15 (8), 44-46.
  • Bosch S. (2008): Kulturlandschaften und Erneuerbare Energien – Auswirkungen auf Natur und Landschaft: Ökonomische Bedeutung und ökologische Probleme der Biogasgewinnung. In: Verein Rieser Kulturtage e. V. [Hrsg.]: Rieser Kulturtage - Eine Landschaft stellt sich vor. Dokumentation Band XVII, 125-128.
  • Bosch S., Peyke G. (2008): Energiepflanzenbau und konkurrierende Flächennutzungen – neue Strukturen in der Landwirtschaft und ihre Optimierung mittels GIS. In: Strobl J., Blaschke T., Griesebner G. [Hrsg.]: Angewandte Geoinformatik 2008 – Beiträge zum 20. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 450-455.

Lectures

  • The energy transition in between profitability, participation and acceptance – deployment of renewable energies considering the interests of project developers, residents, and environmentalists. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly, Wien 2019.
  • A GIS planning tool for renewable energies - integration of social perspectives. AGIT Symposium and Expo, Applied Geoinformatics, Salzburg 2018.
  • Sustainable development of renewable energies – an approach to a spatially compatible site planning in Germanys rural areas. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly, Wien 2018.
  • Socially compatible expansion of renewable energies. Research Colloquium of the Technical University Ingolstadt, Neuburg a.d. Donau 2018.
  • Energy transition - alternative ways in spatial planning for renewable energies. Geographical Colloquium of the University of Würzburg, Würzburg 2017.
  • More acceptance for the energy transition. Association of Municipal Companies e. V. (VKU), Bad Wörishofen 2017.
  • Spatial compatibility of renewable energies. Energy and Society Conference, Leipzig 2016.
  • Spatial compatibility of renewable energies. Geographical Colloquium of the University of Augsburg – Vorstellungsvortrag, Augsburg 2016.
  • Analysis of the solar potential of residential buildings on the basis of settlement genetic characteristics. AGIT Symposium and Expo, Applied Geoinformatics, Salzburg 2016.
  • Actors in energy transition - new diversity and power asymmetries. Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung e.V. – Institute for Political Education, Utting am Ammersee 2016.
  • Renewable energies – technological basics and sites. Technical Association of 1845 Augsburg e.V., Augsburg 2016.
  • Spatial compatibility of renewable energies in Germany. German Congress for Geography (DKG), Berlin 2015.
  • Energy policy and energy concepts. Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung e.V. – Institute for Political Education, Wildbad Kreuth 2015.
  • Development of a web-based planning tool for a spatially compatible deployment of renewable energies. EDC Developer Forum – GIS technologies in the energy sector, Zürich 2014.
  • Sustainable landscape development in the wake of energy system transformation. Rieser Cultural Days, Deiningen 2014
  • Energy transport - GIS-supported identification of optimal power line routes between North Africa and Europe. AGIT-Symposium and Expo, Applied Geoinformatics, Salzburg 2012.
  • Renewable energies and sustainable resource management for the countries of the south. Studientag „Angepasste Technologien“ STUBE Bayern/ Mission OneWorld, München 2012.
  • Energy transition from a geographical perspective. Rieser Cultural Days, Deiningen 2012.
  • Regional planning classification of wind energy in Germany - visualisation of competing land use requirements at onshore and offshore locations using GIS. AGIT-Symposium and Expo, Applied Geoinformatics, Salzburg 2011
  • Raumpotenziale Erneuerbarer Energien in Abhängigkeit von wirtschaftlichen, technologischen und gesellschaftlichen Rahmenbedingungen – Group of Geographical Energy Research (AKGE), Jahrestagung „Zukunft der Energie“, Osnabrück 2011.
  • Determination of spatial potentials of renewable energies depending on technological developments, price structures and acceptance. GeoNet – Geographical Research Colloquium of the Universities of Augsburg, Bamberg and Passau, Augsburg 2010.
  • Spatial potentials of renewable energies - ways to a new location planning. 1st IT4SE Workshop – IT for Smart renewable Energy generation and use, Augsburg 2010.
  • More renewable energies - a plea for a neglected object of geography. 14. Bayerischer Schulgeographentag, Augsburg 2010.
  • Sustainable energy supply at a crossroads - growing demands on GIS to correct undesirable developments in the expansion of renewable energies. AGIT-Symposium and Expo, Applied Geoinformatics, Salzburg 2010.
  • Conscientious ways of biogas production. Rieser Cultural Days, Mönchsdeggingen 2010.
  • Effects of renewable energies on the cultural landscape - environmental impacts of biogas technology. Rieser Cultural Days, Harburg 2008.
  • Energy crop cultivation and competing land uses - new structures in agriculture and their optimisation by means of GIS. AGIT-Symposium and Expo, Applied Geoinformatics, Salzburg 2008.
  • GIS-supported site analysis for biogas plants in organic farming. Research Colloquium of the Science Centre Weihenstephan for Nutrition, Land Use and Environment, Freising 2008.

Moderations, Expertises & Posters

Moderation of Special Issues

 

  • Geographical Overview – competition for land, 2020  
  • Revue Géographique de l´Est – Energies renouvelables et territoires: les défis de la transition énergétique en Allemagne, 2015
  • Geographical Overview – energy transition in Germany, 2013

 

Expertises for …

 

  • Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL)
  • Specialist Agency for Renewable Raw Materials e.V. (FNR)

 

Poster-Sessions

 

  • Wind energy potential on open land and forest sites. Poster Session AGIT 2014, Trade Fair for Applied Geoinformatics, Salzburg.
  • Mobile visibility analysis for potential wind power sites on smartphones. Poster Session AGIT 2012, Trade Fair for Applied Geoinformatics, Salzburg.

Spectrum Teaching

Lectures

 

  • Oil Age and Energy Transition + accompanying seminar (SuSe 2019)

  • Energy Transition (SuSe 2018)

  • Geographical energy research (SuSe 2017)

  • Renewable energy systems (WiSe 2014/15)

  • Energy - scientific basics, resources, technologies and concepts (WiSe 2015/16, SuSe 2016, WiSe 2016/17)

  • Introduction to geography with propaedeutics (WiSe 2014/15, WiSe 2015/16)

 

Major Seminars

 

  • Spatial conflicts of the energy system transformation (WiSe 2019/20)

  • Energy system transformation (WiSe 2018/19)

  • Spatial planning and regional planning (WiSe 2017/18)

  • Peak Oil - the end of the oil age? (WiSe 2017/18)

  • Economic geography (SuSe 2017)

  • Renewable energies (WiSe 2016/17)

 

Advanced Seminars

 

  • Rural areas of Europe (WiSe 2019/20)

  • Energy Turnaround in Germany (SuSe 2019)

  • Economic and social geography (WiSe 2018/19)

    Renewable energies - material resources and cultural landscape elements (SuSe 2015, WiSe 2015/16)

  • Geography of renewable energies (WiSe 2012/13, SoSe 2013, WiSe 2013/14, WiSe 2014, WiSe 2014/15)

  • Energy concepts (WiSe 2012/13)

 

Project Seminars

 

  • Energy landscapes in Germany (SuSe 2019)

  • Wind energy on forest sites (WiSe 2013/14)

  • The optimal energy mix (SuSe 2013)

  • Spatial dimensions of the Energy Transition (WiSe 2012/13)

  • Spatially compatible expansion of renewable energies (SuSe 2012)

  • Renewable energies in Bavaria (SuSe 2012)

  • Desertec - electricity from the desert (WiSe 2011/12)

  • Life cycle assessment of renewable technologies (SuSe 2011)

  • Geography of renewable energies (WiSe 2010/11)

  • Ocean energy (SuSe 2010)

  • Energy from Africa (WiSe 2009/10)

  • GIS-supported location analysis for wind energy in Germany (SuSe 2009)

  • Clean power for the future - the importance of renewable energies in Europe (SuSe 2009)

  • Renewable energies to ensure sustainable mobility (WiSe 2008/09)

 

Introductory Seminar Courses

 

  • Economic and Social Geography, Historical Geography, Population Geography, Political Geography, Geopolitics, Religious Geography, Resource Geography (WiSe 2008/09, WiSe 2009/10, WiSe 2010/11, WiSe 2011/12, WiSe 2012/13, WiSe 2013/14, WiSe 2014/15) 3 times per semester each

  • Transport Geography, Urban Geography, Rural Areas, Regional Planning, Tourism Geography (SuSe 2008, SuSe 2009, SuSe 2010, SuSe 2011, SuSe 2012, SuSe 2013, SuSe 2014, SuSe 2015) 3 times each semester

 

Excursions

 

  • Renewable energies in the Augsburg region (each semester)

Supervision

Bachelor Thesis

 

  • Perspectives of nature conservation on wind energy (Jonas Bauer)

  • Expansion of the charging infrastructure for electric mobility in Augsburg (Nino Frommherz)

  • Spatial potential analysis for photovoltaic free-field plants in Singapore according to the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) (Tobias Mögerlein)

  • Renewable energies in Iran – experiences, challenges and strategies of german companies (Marius Peiffer)

  • Acceptance of wind energy – identification and evaluation of local acceptance factors using the example of projecting the priority area Altenstadt-Kellmünz (Thomas Schultheiß)

  • Success factors and obstacles of electromobility using the example of the planning regions Oberland and Donau-Wald (Hannes Bredl)

  • Alternative marketing strategies for the expansion of renewable energies – development and application of an innovative market model for small wind turbines (Andreas Müller)

  • Nature conservation combination of solar energy and wind energy – suitability of photovoltaic open space systems as ecological compensation areas (Lina Petersen)

  • Intercultural transferability of parameters for a space-compatible expansion of wind turbines - a comparative analysis between Germany and India (Simon Zwick)

  • Power asymmetries in the context of energy system transformation – formation and effects of new economic dependencies (Julian Erne)

  • Location behaviour of plant operators of renewable energies – a cluster analysis using the example of the planning regions Augsburg and Lausitz-Spreewald (Lucas Schwarz)

  • Spatial-economic strategies in the project development of wind energy plants – adaptation strategies in Southern Germany against the background of the EEG reform 2017 (Jan Spremann)

  • GIS-based calculation of the heat demand of the Salzburg-Hallein region based on publicly available data (Sophie Horak)

  • Central location factors for wind energy and photovoltaic plants in the Augsburg planning region (Kenan Dogan)

  • Effects of new technology formations on the peculiarity of landscapes (Stephanie Schwarz)

  • The importance of renewable energies in China (Jasper Römelt)

  • The image of renewable energies – social perception and evaluation versus scientific facts (Wilhelm Holzapfel)

  • Technology and space – spatial relevance of technological developments in the field of renewable energies (Bastian Gruber)

  • Renewable energies and economy – importance of the expansion of renewable energies for the swabian economy (Thomas Obermeier)

  • Renewable energies and spatial planning – possibilities and limits of spatial control for the expansion of wind energy (Stephanie Kleen)

  • Possibilities for the relocation and optimisation of EE after the dismantling of the first generation of power plants (Daniela Hannelore Wilden)

  • Feed-in of biogas into the natural gas grid – support of a sustainable location decision process with GIS (Fabian Jetter)

  • Spatial relevance of energy policy decisions – effects of EEG amendments on location patterns in wind, solar and bioenergy (Verena Koch)

  • Renewable energies as a growth engine? Relevance and evaluation of the expansion of renewable energies for the stimulation of regional economic cycles (Dominic Schmidtke)

  • Sustainability of biofuel production – regionalisation of benefits and harms of bioethanol and biodiesel production using selected examples worldwide (Daniela Maria Ratzinger)

  • Renewable energies and tourism – effects of the expansion of renewable power plants on the tourist quality of spaces and possibilities of energy tourism (Jasmin Sandra Hofmann)

  • Alternative location patterns of renewable energies – GIS-supported visualisation and evaluation of the spatial relevance of variations in the criteria catalogue for location decision processes for wind energy (Corvin Harm)

  • Central vs. decentralised energy system – the importance of large and medium-sized companies, municipal utilities and municipalities in the expansion of renewable energies (Hanna Wipp)

  • Intelligent power grid – technical possibilities for stabilizing power grids and effects on space (Felix Maximilian Sewald)

  • Determination and evaluation of the acceptance of location decisions in the expansion of renewable energies using the example of the wind farm in Erlauholz (Veronika Wittkopf)

  • Evaluation of sites for the storage of regenerative electricity by means of pumped storage power plants using the example of the citizens' project "Energiespeicher Dirlewang" (Pia Zordick)

 

Master Thesis

 

  • Influence of the expansion of renewable energies on the power constellations in Morocco (Kenan Dogan)
  • Effects of climatic changes on Germany's energy infrastructures (Stefan Gall)
  • The power of citizens in the energy transition (Lucas Schwarz)
  • Urban-rural relationship in the context of the energy system transformation – GIS-based analysis of renewable energy development paths using the example of the Augsburg economic region (Marwin Deisinger)

  • Inner-ecological conflict between climate and nature conservation – dealing with spaces worth protecting in the context of the energy system transformation (Jonas Fricke)

  • Soil sealing by solar systems – a GIS-supported analysis to assess the soil quality of PV sites in planning region 9 (Wilhelm Holzapfel)

  • GIS-based identification of the heat demand of residential buildings and settlements – a spatially transferable planning approach based on publicly available data (Julia Fruth)

  • GIS-based analysis of the photovoltaic potential of large cities on the basis of settlement genetic characteristics (Fabian Jetter)

  • Development of a web-based GIS planning tool for a spatially compatible expansion of renewable energies (Florian Simetsreiter)

  • Municipal control of the energy transition – concretisation of substantial space requirements of wind energy in Bavaria (Matthias Schmidt)

Curriculum Vitae

09/2001-07/2007

 

  • Studies of Geography at the University of Regensburg, diploma
  • Minor field of study: Political Science and Science of History
  • Diploma thesis: Biogas plants based on renewable resources – a GIS-based site analysis considering the natural location factors of silage maize

 

01/2008-03/2008

 

  • Research Assistant at the Chair of Human Geography and Geoinformatics (Prof. Dr. Gerd Peyke), University of Augsburg

 

04/2008-09/2015 

 

  • Scientific Assistant at the Chair of Human Geography and Geoinformatics (Prof. Dr. Gerd Peyke), University of Augsburg
  • Doctoral thesis (beginning)

 

09/2010-02/2013

 

  • Participation in the EU-Project: "Urban Planners with Renewable Energy Skills (UP-RES)"

 

07/2012

 

  • Doctoral degree: Spatial influences in the context of the promotion of renewable energies as well as a deduction of a holistic energy strategy in rural areas

 

04/2013-03/2016

 

  • Representative for the Bachelor's Programme in Geography

 

seit 10/2015

 

  • Scientific Assistant at the Chair of Human Geography and Transformation Research (Prof. Dr. Matthias Schmidt), University of Augsburg

 

seit 07/2016

 

  • Postdoctoral lecture qualification and habilitation in Human Geography at the Chair of Human Geography and Transformation Research, Prof. Dr. Matthias Schmidt, University of Augsburg
  • Thesis: The Energy Transition between profitability, participation and acceptance – considering the interests of project developers, residents, and environmentalists

 

04/2016-03/2019    

      

  • Acquisition, management and implementation of a DFG-Project (German Research Foundation)

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