1st FOR APAC Science Pitch

Monday, 12th of December 2022, 3:45 – 4:45 PM

HS 330, 3rd floor, Sigmund Haffner-Gasse 18

Speaker: Univ.-Prof. John Dunlop, Department of Chemistry and Physics of Materials, FOR APAC Board Member 

Topic: „MorphoPhysics – Physical Explorations into Growth and Form“


2nd FOR APAC Science Pitch

Join us for the second FOR APAC Science Pitch Lecture!

Monday, 23 January 2023, 2:00 – 3:00 PM

Science Pitch /Lecture 2
Science Pitch /Lecture 2

HS 888, Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18

Speaker: Xinyue HU, MSc., Department of Geology and Geography

Topic: „Urban Woodland: Development, Management, and Benefits for Residents

Urban growth has the biggest impact on worldwide development. However, severe challenges such as climate change and urban biodiversity loss, based on rapid urbanization and growing urban population, have affected both the lives of residents and urban nature. Urban woodland, a kind of urban nature, which provides a variety of ecosystem services and plays a vital role in urban green infrastructure. This talk will provide an overview of urban woodland research issues, classify and analyze the main sub-topics and methods, and also highlight the potential prospects of urban woodland study. Furthermore, we will also explore how urban dwellers can profit actually and potentially from urban woodland and how to make effective management strategies of urban woodland.


 3rd FOR APAC Research Colloquium Session

Join us for the third FOR APAC Research Colloquium Talk!

Friday, 31 March 2023, 12:00 – 1:00 PM

3rd RQ Prof. Kyoko Shinozaki

HS 888, 3rd floor, Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18

Online: Webex  Link 

Speaker: Prof. Kyoko SHINOZAKI, PhD

(Department of Sociology and Human Geography, PLUS)

Topic: „Migration/Mobility and Gender in Asia Pacific: Research Agenda“


In her talk, Prof. Kyoko Shinozaki will discuss her main fields of research in migration/mobility studies and studies of sustainability, and why critical transdisciplinary ways of thinking and studying are necessary to understand the complexity of trans/local research agenda in our globalized setting.