Research for the Environment

Dipl.-Sozialwiss. Vivien Weiss [Behrens]

Division of Social Sciences
Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology
Working Group Governance & Institutions

Helmholtz Centre
for Environmental Research - UFZ
Permoserstraße 15
04318 Leipzig


Vivien Behrens

Curriculum Vitae

since 01/2011

Research Assistant in the Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology, Project: LIAISE

01/2007 - 12/2010

Doctoral candidate in the Research Training Group ‘Entering the Knowledge Society: Science in – Applied and Advisory Contexts’ German Research Foundation (DFG), Institute of Science and Technology Studies, Bielefeld University

05/2006 - 12/2006

Research Assistant in the Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology, Project: SAFIRA II

09/2005 - 04/2006

Research Assistant in the Department of Economics, Project: FRAP

10/1998 - 08/2005

University of Hanover, Social Sciences (Dipl.-Sozialwissenschaftlerin, equivalent to M.A.)

Publications

Behrens [Weiss], Vivien & Matthias Groß (2010) Transdisciplinary collaboration in the integrated management of contaminated sites. In: Parker, John, Vermeulen, Niki & Bart Penders (eds.): Collaboration in the New Life Sciences. Hampshire, Ashgate, pp. 139-160.

Behrens [Weiss], Vivien, Rauschmayer, Felix & Heidi Wittmer (2008) Why pan-European cormorant management is so difficult - a contribution to managing international problem species. In: Environmental Conservation 35(1), pp. 55-63.

Rauschmayer, Felix & Vivien Behrens [Weiss] (2008) Legitimacy of species management. The Great Cormorant in the EU. In: Keulartz, J., Leistra, G. (eds.): Legitimacy in European nature conservation policy. Case studies in multilevel governance. The international library of environmental, agricultural and food ethics 14. Berlin, Springer, pp. 55-74.

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New Staff

Nona Schulte-Römer

Dr. Nona Schulte-Römer
works in the field of science and technology studies (STS). She focuses on how different stakeholders experience new environmental technologies and make them politically relevant. In her doctoral thesis she focused on public lighting and the introduction of LED technology in urban spaces.

Jingxia Wang

Jingxia Wang will focus her doctoral studies on the impact of urban processes on land use and ecosystem services. She gained her Master’s degree in Land Resources Management at the College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, China Agricultural University, Beijing.

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