The Sustainability Research Center (artec) is an interdisciplinary Center of the University of Bremen for scientific research on sustainability issues. This „Central Research Unit“ is made up of professors from different faculties, currently including Social Sciences, Production Engineering, Cultural Studies, Pedagogy and Educational Sciences, and Human and Health Sciences.
The aim of the Center is to perform interdisciplinary research on national and international sustainability issues and to provide scientific advice in order to support sustainable development in key areas.
Prof. Dr. Michael Flitner (Chair)
Prof. Dr. Leonie Tuitjer (Vice-Chair)
Judith Maschke (Deputy Scientific Manager)
Dr. Stefanie Baasch (Representative of the Scientific Staff)
Dr. Torben Stührmann (Representative of the Scientific Staff)
Dr. Johannes Herbeck (Deputy Representative of the Scientific Staff)
Lennart Winkeler (Deputy Representative of the Scientific Staff)
The members of the advisory board are experts from the fields of science and research, policy and business. The Board has an advisory function for the Sustainabilty Research Center (artec).
Prof. Dr. Birgit Blättel-Mink (Chair), Universität Frankfurt
Prof. Dr. Christoph Görg (Deputy Chair), Universität für Bodenkultur Wien
Dr. Rita Kellner-Stoll, Kellner & Stoll-Stiftung Bremen
Prof. Dr. Silja Klepp, Universität Kiel
Dr. Peter Viebahn, Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie