Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Course Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Instructor Dr. Steffen Vogt (in WS 15/16) Prerequisites Introductory Module: Thought and Research in the Area of Earth and Environmental Sciences or Introductory Module: Thought and Reserach in the Area of Governance Corresponding Module Analytical Methods, Specialization Option EES I or II; (Specialization Option: Law, Politics & Administration; Quantitative and…

Submit Graduate Programs info

Thanks to the help of prior and current EES majors, we all have access to this growing catalogue of interesting graduate programs offered all around the world. So, thanks to you as well for collaborating with us on this Wiki! Go ahead and enter the program in the form below.

B.Sc. Thesis within EES

The B.Sc. Thesis presents the last step in your EES studies within LAS. Soon you will be able to find information on thesis topics prior EES majors have chosen.

ECOintensive month

You feel like action? The concepts of sustainability are too theoretical and vague for you? Let’s experiment and apply the environmental friendliness principles to life! Take part in the first LAS ECOintensive month! During this month there will be various events connected to the topics of environment, resource use, sustainability and others. Follow us on…

ecoALAS

ecoALAS are a group of UCF students that aim to promote ecological awareness among university students. The committee has adopted the spirit of students and the city to promote the sustainable interaction with our environment in our daily lives. Feel free to join one of ecoALAS actions or regular meetings! Check us out via facebook…

Environmental Chemistry

Course Environmental Chemistry Instructor Dr. Peter Kroneck Prerequisites – Corresponding Module Chemistry, Elective In this module students will be introduced to the Central Science Chemistry. In unit 1 From Atoms to Macromolecules they will study the main building blocks of our material world composed of atoms, ions and molecules. In unit 2 Chemical Reactivity students will…

Maths and Physics

Course Maths and Physics Instructor PD Dr. Lothar Mühlbacher (WS 15/16) Prerequisites Introductory Module: Thought and Research in the Area of Life Sciences or Introductory Module: Thought and Research in the Area of Earth and Environmental Sciences Corresponding Module Mathematics and Physics for the Liberal Arts and Sciences This module introduces basic concepts of mathematics…

Computational Modeling

Course Computational Modeling Instructor Dr. Reto Schölly Prerequisites Maths & Physics (may be waived if you can show that you have sufficient maths background) Corresponding Module Data Processing and Modeling in the Sciences, Elective MATLAB is considered to be one of the most important languages for mathematical computing; it is capable of simulating any mathematical…

The Earth in the Universe

Course The Earth in the Universe Instructor Dr. Rolf Schlichenmaier Prerequisites Introduction to Earth and Environmental Sciences, Recommended: Maths and Physics Corresponding Module Evolution and Dynamics of the Planetary System, Elective In this course, students will get an overview on the astrophysical perspectives of life on Earth complemented by an insight into current research and…

Environmental Psychology

Course Environmental Psychology Instructor Sebastian Gölz Prerequisites Introduction to Earth and Environmental Sciences or Introduction to Governance Corresponding Module Humans and the Environment, Specialization Option Earth and Environmental Sciences I or II, Advanced Governance I or II, Specialization Option Governance I, II Elective Human behaviour is a key factor for current global economic and ecological…