Offers of the TRA Sustainable Futures

TRA Sustainable Futures offers its members various opportunities for funding and networking:

  • Lecture Series "Innovation Pathways to Sustainability"
  • Funding opportunities
  • Funded projects
  • Newsletter

"Innovation Pathways to Sustainability"

Distinguished Speakers Lecture Series

With the Lecture Series, TRA Sustainable Futures aims to initiate an exchange with high-profile and internationally visible scientists working in academia or at the science-policy interface.

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Funding

"Klaus Töpfer Research Prize 2022"

We want to start into the new year with an exciting new opportunity for our members by launching the “Klaus Töpfer Research Prize 2022” endowed with 50.000 €. The Prize is open to all disciplines. The innovative and cross-disciplinary nature of the proposal is the most important requirement for funding. Also, the proposal must cover a new initiative, as continuation or expansion of ongoing projects will not be funded.

Open Call

Members of the TRA Sustainable Futures can apply for funding for projects which work towards the aims of the TRA and which focus on topics covered by the TRA. Applications must be made by consortia including representatives of at least two faculties at the University of Bonn or one faculty and a strategic non-university partner and will be accepted at any time. 

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Previously funded projects

Call: Current Call

Type of funding: Seed funding

Contact: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Kusche (Agricultural Faculty)

Call: Current Call

Type of funding: Seed funding

Contact: Prof. Andreas Meyer / Prof. Lukas Schreiber (Agricultural Faculty)

Call: Current Call

Type of funding: Seed funding

Contact: Prof. Chris McCool (Agricultural Faculty) / Prof. Maren Bennewitz (Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences)

Call: Current Call

Type of funding: Seed funding

Contact: Prof. Anna-Katharina Hornidge (Faculty of Arts/DIE) /Dr. Michael Brüntrup (DIE) / Prof. Detlef Müller-Mahn (Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences) / Dr. Patrick Augenstein (Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences) / Dr. Alisher Mirzabaev (Center for Development Research) / Dr. Nicolas Gerber (Center for Development Research)

Call: Sustainability implications of the COVID-19 pandemic

Type of funding: Seed funding

Contact: Prof. Detlef Müller-Mahn (Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences) / Dr. Girma Kelboro Mensuro (Center for Development Research)

Call: Sustainability implications of the COVID-19 pandemic

Type of funding: Seed funding

Contact: Nawaphan Metchanun / Prof. Christian Borgemeister (Center for Development Research)

Newsletter of the TRA Sustainable Futures

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About us

Organisation, goals, team

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Research profile, topics, projects

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Our network

Members, partners

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