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Seed Funding for Cooperation with Partners in the Global South - Funded projects

After a successful pilot call in 2019, the Technische Universit├Ąt Berlin offered seed funding to TU Berlin researchers seeking to initiate new projects and further cooperation with partners in the Global South for a second time in 2020.
Below we provide an overview of the projects funded under seed funding since 2019.

  • Seed Funding 2020: The entire funding volume was 30.000 EUR. Seven of the 15 applications were selected for funding.
  • Seed Funding 2019: The entire funding volume was 20.000 EUR. Six of the 17 applications were selected for funding.

Seed Funding Global South - Funded projects 2020
Academic Chair/
Faculty

Country
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) primarily addressed
Topic

Work and Technology Studies,
Fac. I
Ghana
8: Decent work and Economic Growth

9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

10: Reduced inequalities
Maker education and (accessability to) assistive technology - Gana
General and Historical Educational Science,
Fac. I;
Urban Design and Urban Development,
Fac. VI
India
3: Good Health and Well Being

10: Reduced Inequalities

11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
Urban well-being with a focus on child friendly/inclusive futures - India
Metallic Materials,
Fac. III
Kenya
4: Quality Education

7: Affordable and Clean Energy

8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
E-Tuktuk - Kenya
Fluid Dynamics,
Fac. V
Colombia
4: Quality Education

7: Affordable and Clean Energy

9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

13: Climate Action
Wind energy - Colombia
International Urbanism and Design,
Fac. VI
South East Asia:
Thailand/ Indonesia
11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

13: Climate Action

17: Partnerships for the Goals
Climate Change responsive housing in a self-build and incremental context - South East Asia
Urban Design and Urbanization,
Fac. VI
Egypt
4: Quality Education

10: Reduced Inequality

11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Equitable Learning curricula of Schools in Urban Planning - Egypt
Economic and Infrastructure Policy,
Fac. VII
South Africa/
Colombia
7: Affordable and Clean Energy

8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

13: Climate Action

17: Partnerships for the Goals
Energy transition and coal exit - South Africa/ Colomia
Seed Funding Global South - Funded projects 2019
Academic Chair/
Faculty

Country
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) primarily addressed
Project Summary

Didactics: Work/Vocational Studies,
Fac. I
Laos
4: Quality Education

12: Responsible Consumption and Production
Responsible Consumption - Laos
Advanced Ceramic Materials,
Fac. III
Uzbekistan
4: Quality Education

6: Clean Water and Snitation

7: Affordable and Clean Energy
Clean Energy- Uzbekistan
Exergy-based methods for refrigeration systems,
Fac. III

Algeria/ Kenya/ Rwanda
7: Affordable and Clean Energy

13: Climate Action

17:
Partnerships for the Goals
Renewable Energies - Sub-Sahara Africa
Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics,
Fac. V
Ghana
1: No Poverty

4: Quality Education

8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
Education - Ghana
Design and Typology,
Fac. VI
Bolivia/ Peru
4: Quality Education

5: Gender Equality

11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
Sustainable construction - Bolivia/ Peru

Economic and Infrastructure Policy,
Fac. VII
Colombia
7: Affordable and Clean Energy
 
8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
 
13: Climate Action  
 
17: Partnerships for the Goals
Energy transition and coal exit - Columbia

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