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.
What is IT4forest?
Our Methods & Key Technologies & Applications
RESEARCH: rapid detection and prediction of storm damage in managed forest stands
The WINMOL project is developing tools for crisis management after storms, for minimizing and avoiding storm calamities and for planning the recovery from damage, together with foresters.
RESEARCH TOPIC: urban green
The Build4Peopleproject researches and promotes sustainable urban development from a people-centred perspective in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Today it’s a thriving challenge in sustainable urban planning to actively maintain and develop green infrastructure, especially in fast growing cities like Phnom Penh.
CONFERENCES & PUBLICATIONS
Get updates on research and project progress
TEACHING IT: supportingeco-systems
Since digital technologies are a natural part of (young) people’s lives, we want to introduce students to the reflected and professional use of new media and forms of communication for education and science. Digitalisation is both an opportunity and a challenge for teaching and studying forest related and environmental sciences.
projects, interships and research
Course work: GIS and remote sensing
Students' poster presentations
Meet the team
Evelyn Wallor is a scientist with focus on spatial analysis and modelling as well as soil and crop science.