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Consortium Leader: Institut Fortbildung Bau gGmbH (IFBau)

Institut Fortbildung Bau GmbHThe IFBau is a certified education institution owned by the chamber of architects in Baden-Württemberg. Since 1976 IFBau develops and offers ambitious further education programs for architects and engineers in more the less all fields of construction and building design. more

The vocational training organisation of the German Confederation of Trade Unions

Berufsfortbildungswerk des DGBThe vocational training organisation of the German Confederation of Trade Unions (Berufsfortbildungswerk des DGB) is one of the largest non-profit educational institutions in Germany. Since 50 years the organisation acts as successful service provider in vocational further education in almost every branch and vocational field.more

Coqui Malachowska-Coqui

Coqui Malachowska-CoquiCoqui Malachowska-Coqui is a german-polish office for architecture, urban development and landscape architecture, existing since 1992 in Warszawa (since 2000 in Berlin & Warszawa) Coqui Malachowska-Coqui offers both planning services and research and development studies. more

Fraunhofer Informationszentrum Raum und Bau

Berufsfortbildungswerk des DGBFraunhofer IRB is one of 58 institutes of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. It is the central information facility for all concerns of building planning and construction in Germany. Fraunhofer IRB provides access to technical information in the fields of civil engineering, architecture, building legislation, planning, building industry, as well as housing/urban/regional planning – comprehensively, reliably and up to date.more

GEM architects Prague

GEM Architects s.r.o.GEM architects is a Czech-Egyptian partnership for architecture, planning, landscape architecture, interior design and industrial design. Architects Regina Loukotova and Martin Roubik are teachers at the Faculty of Architecture, CTU, Prague, Czech Republic. more

State Capital Stuttgart - Department of City Planning and Urban Renewal

Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart-Amt für Stadtplanung und StadterneuerungStuttgart is heart of a region with alltogether 2,6 Mio. inhabitants. This area belongs to the growing regions of Germany with ongoing great demands for new developments.
The city council decided by means of the „land use plan 2010“ to ensure a development with an overall concept under the guideline picture „compact, urban, green“, that means to priorise the inner urban development and to organise a city development without consumption of greenfield areas.more

LIBERTAS – Europäisches Institut GmbH

LIBERTAS – Europäisches Institut GmbHLIBERTAS - Europäisches Institut GmbH (European Institute) is a "think-tank" involved mostly with European and international questions on economic, legal and policy science questions which are treated from an interdisciplinary point of view.more

The Austrian Institute of Ecology

Österreichisches Ökologie-InstitutThe Austrian Institute of Ecology was founded in Vienna in 1985 as a non-profit, non-governmental research organisation. In 1991 and 2002, two further offices were opened, one in Bregenz and one in Salzburg. 25 employees from different disciplines work on innovative ideas and strategies to achieve sustainable development. As a result of our versatile profile, we are able to target the specific needs of our clients..more

PLK Städtebau Albani Wilhelm

PLK Städtebau Albani WilhelmPLK Städtebau is an independent agency of urban planning and has a long time experience in all aspects of urban developement and urban developement project management, backed by the master plan. more

Budapesti Kereskadelmi és Iparkamara

Budapesti Kereskadelmi és IparkamaraThe "International Relations Departement" of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Budapest (Budapest CCI) is the Hungarian Partner of the project and responsible for the development of a transnational module in Hungary. more

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

STU – Slovak University of Technology in BratislavaSlovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU) is a modern educational and scientific institution. Since its foundation in the year 1937 more than 105.000 students have graduated. In average, 16.000 students study at the STU every year.At present, the STU consists of seven faculties. All the STU faculties provide a study in accredited study programs within the complex system of a bachelor, master and PhD study.more

Instytut Mechaniki l Poligrafii - Institute of Mechanics and Printing

Instytut Mechaniki l Poligrafii - Institute of Mechanics and PrintingInnovation Transfer Center (OTI) at the Institute of Mechanics and Design, Warsaw University of Technology
Activities: Linking science and technology; Promoting academic research and industrial networks; Organising international Collaboration; Dissemination of knowledge; Publishing quarterly journal Innowacje; more

last updated: 08/04/08Impressum