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Climate change, energy transition and spatial planning

The sky after rain in Dortmund-Eichlinghofen in June 2018 © Wiriya Puntub​/​private
The sky after rain in Dort­mund-Eichlinghofen in June 2018

Current re­search projects 

  • ANFO - Strategy to Adapt to the Impact of Drought in Olfen (2020 - 2023)
     
  • DAZWISCHEN - Future-Oriented Structural Change in The Rhenish Mining Area (2020 - 2023)
     
  • Evolving Regions - Implementation of Regional Climate-Adaptation-Pro­cess­es in NRW and the Netherlands in Form of Road-map Procedures and Regional Climate-Impact-Analyses (2019 - 2023)
     
  • GOPLAREA - Gover­nance and Planning of Resilient Cities in East Africa (2017 - 2021)
     
  • LIRLAP - Linking Disaster Risk Gover­nance and Land-Use Planning: The Case of Informal Settlements in Hazard Prone Areas in the Philippines (2019 - 2025)
     
  • MiTra-WA - Mi­gra­tion and Translocality in West Africa: An Analysis of Mi­gra­tion, Urbanisation and Climate Change (2021 - 2024)
     
  • RESI-extrem II - Application and stabilization of resilience strategies for cities in dealing with spatially ubiquitous extreme weather events (2021 - 2023)
     
  • SysKa - In­te­gra­ti­on of systemic criticality into disaster management planning (2021 - 2022)
     
  • TransMiT - Resource Optimisation of Mixed and Separating Drainage in Existing Urban Districts with Intensive Settlement Pressure (2019 - 2022)
     
  • ZURES II - Application and continuation of fu­ture-oriented climate and vulnerability scenarios in selected instruments and planning processes (2020-2022)
  • KlimaWaGe - Elaboration of a Guideline for Commercial and Industrial Areas Adapted to Climate Change Using the Example of The City of Bottrop (2019 - 2021)
     
  • ESPON TITAN - Territorial Impacts of Natural Disasters (2019 - 2021)
     
  • AQUACLEW - Advancing Quality of Climate services for European Water (2017 - 2020)
     
  • ZUKUR - Zukunft-Stadt-Region-Ruhr (2017 - 2020)
     
  • RESI-extrem - Resilience Building after Extreme Events: Lessons Learned and New Strategies for Cities in Dealing with Ubiquitous Extreme Events (2017 - 2020)
     
  • BaumAdapt - Optimisation of City Wide Ecosystem Services of Urban Tree Population in Accordance With the Resilience of Critical Infrastructure with A Focus on Summer Strong Wind Events and Climate Adaptation (2018 - 2020)
     
  • ZURES - Scenario-based Vulnerability and Risk Analysis as a Tool for Promoting the Resilience of Cities and Critical Infrastructures (2016 - 2019)
     
  • iSCAPE - Improving the Smart Control of Air Pollution in Europe (2016 - 2019)
     
  • InKlaH - Integrated adaptation concept for the city of Hagen (2015 - 2018)
     
  • DFG-Pro­jekt - Impact of Demographic Change on the Sensitivity of Cities with regard to Climate Change (2015 - 2018)
     
  • SWICCA - Service for Water Indicators in Climate Change Adaptation (2015 - 2018)
     
  • WIND RISK - Wind Risk Prevention (2015 - 2016)
     
  • CLIP-C - Climate Information Portal for Copernicus (2013 - 2016)
     
  • DAS - Climate Impact Adaptation Concept for the District Dort­mund-Hörde (2014 - 2016)
     
  • RISK - Risk management via an In­no­va­tive System based on Knowledge (2013 - 2015)
     
  • URBIPROOF - Increasing resilience of urban planning (2013 - 2015)
     
  • EMAPS - Electronic Maps to Assist Public Science (2011 - 2014)
     
  • CHANGES - Changing Hydro-meteorological Risks as Analyzed by a New Ge­ne­ra­ti­on of European Scientists (2011 - 2014)
     
  • ERA NET Crue IMRA - Integrative flood risk governance approach for improvement of risk awareness and increased public participation (2009 - 2011)
     
  • MOVE - Methods for the Improvement of Vulnerability Assessment in Europe (2008 - 2011)
     
  • ESPON Climate - Climate change and territorial ef­fects on regions and local economies (2009 - 2011)
     
  • Mountain Risks (2007 - 2010)
     
  • Klimawandelgerechte Stadt­entwicklung (2009 - 2010)
     
  • INCA - Linking civil protection and planning by agreement on objectives (2009 - 2010)
     
  • Assessment of upstream flood risk in the Rhine Basin (2008 - 2009)
     
  • Raum­entwicklungs­strategien zum Kli­ma­wan­del (2008 - 2009)
     
  • Midir - Multidimensional Integrated Risk Gover­nance (2006 - 2008)
     
  • ARMONIA - Applied Multi Risk Mapping of Natural Hazards for Impact Assessment (2004 - 2007)
     
  • ESPON 1.3.1: Räumliche Aus­wir­kungen von Katastrophen (2002 - 2005)

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Location & approach

The TU Dort­mund campus is located near the Dort­mund West interchange, where the A45 Sauerland line crosses the B1/A40 Ruhr expressway. The Dort­mund-Eichlinghofen exit on the A45 leads to the South Cam­pus, the Dort­mund-Dorstfeld exit on the A40 leads to the North Cam­pus. Coming from the A45, you can turn onto Stockumer Straße via Universitätsstraße. This in turn is connected to Baroper Straße, along which Cam­pus South extends. If you take the exit of the A-40, the route via Emil-Figge Straße, Marie-Curie Allee to Baroper Straße makes sense. If you turn from Baroper Straße into Au­gust-Schmidt Straße, you have the possibility to reach the parking lot directly behind the GB III.

The South Cam­pus is connected via Stockumerstraße by bus lines 440 and 449, which run every 10 minutes. Cam­pus South can be reached on foot from the Am Gardenkamp stop, and the Eichlinghofen H-Bahn station is also located near the Eichlinghofen stop. The bus lines connect to the U42 light rail line at the Barop Parkhaus stop, which provides connections to the Dort­mund-Hombruch district and Dort­mund downtown. 

From Dort­mund-Eichlinghofen, the South Cam­pus is connected to the H-Bahn network via the Eichlinghofen H-Bahn station. Line 1 runs here every 10 minutes, and the South Cam­pus is served by the Cam­pus Süd stop. 
A connection to Cam­pus North is also provided via the H-Bahn. Line 2 shuttles between Cam­pus North and Cam­pus South every 5 minutes.

The AirportExpress is a fast and convenient means of transport from Dort­mund Airport (DTM) to Dort­mund Central Station, taking you there in little more than 20 minutes. From Dort­mund Central Station, you can continue to the uni­ver­si­ty campus by interurban railway (S-Bahn). A larger range of in­ter­na­tio­nal flight connections is offered at Düsseldorf Airport (DUS), which is about 60 kilometres away and can be directly reached by S-Bahn from the uni­ver­si­ty station.

The facilities of TU Dort­mund Uni­ver­sity are spread over two campuses, the larger Cam­pus North and the smaller Cam­pus South. Additionally, some areas of the uni­ver­si­ty are located in the adjacent “Technologiepark”.

Site Map of TU Dort­mund Uni­ver­sity (Second Page in English).

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