INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY FOR FORESTS
DISCOVER MORE Innovation - research - service learning >
IMPROVING
DIGITAL TOOLS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Innovation in forestry DISCOVER MORE < >
DATA ANALYTICS BENEFITTING ECOSYSTEMS DISCOVER MORE GI Science - Environmental Modelling - Statistics < > DISCOVER MORE A DEDICATED TEAM FOR SUSTAINABILITY Service learning and research boosted by digital innovation < >

What is IT4forest?

The IT4forest team is a group of voluntarily cooperating scientists, lecturers and students. We are united by a common interest in forests and information technology. All of us work, research or teach at the faculty of Forest and Environment at the University for Sustainable Development in Eberswalde (German acronym HNEE). Browse the webpage to learn more on forest information technologies, discover our research efforts, and the achievement of our students.

Our Methods & Key Technologies & Applications

Students' Stories

Students' poster presentations

Climate Change and Forest Fires

Focus on Colorado

Beaver activity around Eberswalde

Result of GIS module

Peruvian Amazonia - Savannah in the future?

Deforestation in Peru

Berlin is humming

Mapping of bees and honey

Meet the team

Jens Müller
Jens Müller is Professor for Environmental Big Data Analytics.
Ramazan Bülbül , research assistant, studies the Master programme Forest Systems Transformation.
Jan-Peter Mund
Jan-Peter Mund is Professor for GIS and Remote Sensing.
Evelyn Wallor

Evelyn Wallor is a scientist with focus on spatial analysis and modelling as well as soil and crop science.

Luis Miranda
Luis Miranda is Professor for Environmental Data Analysis and Programming.
Stefan Reder has a back ground on IT and a degree on ecosystem management.  
Gulam Mohiuddin
Gulam Mohiuddin, scientific staff, focused on thermal remote sensing and urban green infrastructures.
Hainner Salamanca Aparicio
Hainner  is scientific staff focused on remote sensing and environmental data analysis.
Nicole Albert
Nicole Albert is researcher and lecturer with focus on remote sensing
Kevin Beiler
Kevin Beiler ecologist, facilitates university networks on bioeconomy.

Interested in IT 4 Forest?

Get in contact with us.

Back to top of page