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Future of energy supply in the steel industry - H2B ("Hydrogen to Bremen")

Duration: 2020 to 2022

In this project, an interdisciplinary team of natural, technical and economic scientists will analyse the future supply and use of hydrogen as an energy source for the steel industry in Bremen. The holistic supply concept takes into account the entire value-added chain of hydrogen supply and use in the sense of a roadmap. This also includes, for example, mobility concepts and plans for heat supply to districts in Bremen, Bremerhaven and neighbouring regions.

Such far-reaching transformation processes require the willingness to cooperate and acceptance in society as well as accompanying political measures. In order to explore these aspects, behavioural economic studies are conducted in the BreLAB. The insights gained will be used in stakeholder workshops to identify potentials, barriers and possible policy measures. From the natural and technical science side, the project will conduct a potential analysis for the realization of an electrolyser at the site of the Bremen steelworks. The project is a joint project in cooperation with the working group "Resilient Energy Systems" of the Faculty of Production Technology at the University of Bremen (coordination) and is financed by the Bremer Aufbaubank under the title "Roadmap for a gradual defossilisation of the steel industry and urban infrastructures using electrolysis hydrogen in Bremen (H2B)" for 36 months.

Project poster H2B

Contact: Dr. Tobias Wendler

Obstacles to Modernization in the Economy and Science of the GDR (Mod-Block-DDR)

Duration: 2018 to 2022

The joint project “Obstacles to Modernization in the Economy and Science of the GDR” has been selected for funding through the Federal Ministry of Science and Education and will start on December 01, 2018. The overall objective of the joint project is to identify the obstacles to modernization in the state socialist economy and science system of the GDR, to analyse their effects on the past real economic development as well as the impact on socio-economic disparities between East and West Germany until today. The empirical analyses will include inner-German comparisons as well as comparisons to neighbouring countries in Central and Eastern Europe. The project funding will initially be for four years.

Contact: Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther

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INNcentive – Promoting Innovation Research of Young Scientists

Duration: 2017 to 2020

The INNcentive project is a joint initiative of the University Bremen, Faculty of Business Studies and Economics and the Stifterverband, a German non-profit organization that aims at promoting education, science and innovation. The funds for the realization of the INNcentive project have been provided by the Rolf-Maciejewski Foundation.
The INNcentive project supports young scholars in the preparation and completion of their master or doctoral theses in the field of innovation research.

 

The INNcentive project aims at encouraging young innovation scholars in addressing unconventional research questions, collecting new data, compiling unique datasets and applying novel methodological approaches. Eligible for application are all officially enrolled master or doctoral students in business studies, economics and related disciplines with a thematic focus on empirical innovation research. The central criterion for awarding a scholarship is the excellence and creative potential of the research proposal. For further information please visit the INNcentive project web page or contact us via Email.

 

Project website: https://www.stifterverband.org/inncentive

Contact person: Jessica Birkholz