Winter semester 2023/24

Lecture period: 09.10.2023 - 02.02.2024

Gartenbauliche Kulturen (BSc)
Dieses Modul beinhaltet praktische Übungen zum Anbau gartenbaulicher Kulturen und zu den ersten Schritten der Datenauswertung und ein ‘inverted classroom’ Teil, in dem verschiedene gartenbauliche Themen bearbeitet werden.
Übung: montags 8:30h - 10:00h
Vorlesung: montags 13:15h - 14:45h
Inverted classroom: montags 15:00h - 16:00h,
Modulverantwortlich: Prof. Dr. Eike Luedeling
Ansprechpartner gartenbauliche Übungen: Dr. Anton Milyaev
Ansprechpartnerin Datenauswertung: Dr. Katja Schiffers
R-Material: hier

Horticultural Production and Research
In this module, we will approach topics like disease management, greenhouse production, vertical farming, urban agriculture, agroforestry, labor and gender issues, robotics, climate change impacts on horticulture and others. If possible, there will be a few excursions and a lot of group work.
Inverted classroom 1: Wednesday, 8:30h - 10:00h
Inverted classroom 2 and seminar: Thursday, 12:15h - 13:45h
Lecture material: hier
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Eike Luedeling

Tree phenology analysis with R
In this course/module/book, we provide an overview of methods we can use to study the impact of climate - and climate change - on tree phenology.
Seminar and practical training: Tuesday, 8:30h - 10:00h
Practical training: Thursday, 10:15h - 12:00h
Lecture material: hier
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Eike Luedeling

Further Teaching Material

Produktionssystem im Gartenbau
This module consists of two parts: a lecture series, where you’ll learn about a range of aspects related to Horticultural Production Systems, and a seminar, where you’ll learn a bit about science in general, and scientific writing in particular.

Decision analysis and Forecasting in Agricultural Development This is an experiential course. You will be leading discussions and projects. The aim is for you to become a critical thinker and lead the process in generating useful forecasts for decision makers in agricultural development. You will build a working model of an agricultural development decision.

Topics for Bachelor- and Master Theses

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