About Us

The University of Stuttgart is one of the top nine leading technical universities in Germany with a strong focus on engineering sciences. The University of Stuttgart has solid experience in EU-funded projects such as TRIANGULUM and SMARTER TOGETHER. 

The Institute of Human Factors and Technology Management (IAT) represents within the University of Stuttgart the fields of technology management and industrial engineering, in particular information and communication technology, organisational design and human resource management. IAT supports companies in identifying relevant technologies and in developing appropriate technological strategies taking into account their competencies, competitive environment and market situation. The Institute plans organisational and technical structures that are future-oriented and meet company requirements as well as human needs. The IAT cooperates closely with Fraunhofer IAO, their researchers have worked together at the interface between university research and industrial application on numerous projects directly for industry clients or as part of publicly funded research projects.

The Institute of Landscape Planning and Ecology (ILPOE) at University of Stuttgart fosters and develops strategies for the design of landscapes as living environments. The researchers at ILPOE investigate the structures and manifestations of landscape, its functions, aesthetics and meaning. They also develop corresponding research methods and planning tools based on a comprehensive understanding of ecology and considering people as an important part of the socio-ecological system. Through this approach to landscape planning ILPOE aims to contribute to the productive interplay between natural ecosystems, technical infrastructure and human living environments. ILPOE follows this approach when contributing to several research projects on water sensitive urban design, on resilient cities and on urban heat stress, and when developing new methods and formats in participative, iterative and model-based design strategies (Geodesign).

UNaLab Team Members

Meet the UNaLab Team Members from the University of Stuttgart

Hans-Georg Schwarz-v.Raumer

Hans-Georg Schwarz-v.Raumer
Work Package 6 - Planning for Effective Up-Scaling and Replication

Latest Updates

UNaLab Technical Handbook of Nature-based Solutions

The UNaLab project has developed a first draft version of its Technical Handbook of Nature-based Solutions. The handbook provides accurate, detailed information on the full range of potentially applicable nature-based solutions to support urban climate and water resilience, their anticipated or demonstrated performance, and their limitations.

UNaLab Technical Handbook of Nature-based Solutions

The UNaLab project has developed a first draft version of its Technical Handbook of Nature-based Solutions.

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