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Reasearch Meets Sustainability

The latest issue of the research magazine re:search has arrived.

The third issue of the research magazine is all about sustainability.  Interested readers can gain insights into the diverse research projects in this field. The new issue is available for downloading or in a print version.

Professors in all departments are engaged in this research – whether in the field of energy research, artificial intelligence or nutrition. Would you like to know how far advanced niche research on artificial meat is? Or how AI can be used for clever recycling?  Then read on! 

Sustainability is already an integral part of many degree programmes at ESB Business School. Professor Dr Florian Kapmeier knows how important the commitment of each and every individual is in this area. In regular role plays, he introduces students and pupils to the topic and in this way would like to motivate them to act individually.

The key to more sustainability is undoubtedly artificial intelligence (AI). With his research team, Professor Dr Clemens van Dinther develops possibilities for medium-sized companies to use AI even more effectively

In addition, ESB student Fabian Dietrich from the MSc Digital Industrial Management and Engineering programme is working on so-called block chain technology. This technology enables supply and production chains to be checked for sustainability, thus making them more transparent.   

The research magazine re:search can be downloaded here as a PDF file. The print version of the magazine is even better, a booklet you can touch and browse through. The university magazine is available on campus in the departments and in the Learning Center. For larger quantities, please contact the Reutlingen Research Institute via e-mail.