Workshop on Health Care in the Baltic Sea Region
On 22 March 2023, researchers from Germany, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia met at the University of Greifswald as an essential element of the research project "Diffusion of Innovations in services of general interest using the example of health care".
Workshop – The Energy Trilemma in the Baltic Sea Region: Security, Equity and Sustainability in an Age of Transition
From the 20th October to 21st October 2022, the first workshop on the Energy Trilemma in the Baltic Sea Region took place at the University of Greifswald under the leadership of the Energy Cluster of the IFZO - Interdisciplinary Research Centre Baltic Sea Region. Together with colleagues with expertise in Baltic Sea Region research, we discussed the existence and handling of the energy trilemma and the sub-areas of energy equite, energy security, and environmental sustainability as it manifests in the Baltic Sea Region in the Baltic Sea Region.
Online-Workshop – Activating People for Energy Transition in the Baltic Sea Region
In June 2020, the IFZO energy cluster organised a workshop for its underway book project. Due to the pandemic situation, the workshop was held online. The workshop started with the opening speech of Prof Michael Rodi, the speaker of the cluster of energy, giving an overview of IFZO research activities and vision. After that, Dr Farid Karimi presented the schedule of the day and provided practical information regarding the workshop and the book project. The workshop had five sessions running in two parts—one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Over 18 researchers from Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Germany, the UK, Austria and the Netherlands participated in this workshop and presented the initial drafts of their book chapters. The book chapters were selected through an open call for submitting abstracts.
Online-Workshop – "Do not touch!?"
Questions of Preservation, Transformation, and Sustainability of Landscape as Cultural Heritage
Joint online workshop, Center for Landscape and Culture, University of Tallinn and IFZO, University of Greifswald, May 4, 2020
"Do Not Touch!" - the title of the workshop took on a current significance beyond the intended focus on questions of the preservation and perception of landscapes as cultural heritage in view of the current restrictions on contact. The workshop "Do Not Touch!? Questions of Preservation, Transformation, and Sustainability of Landscape as Cultural Heritage" originally planned for Tallinn took place on May 4, 2020 as a joint online event organized by researchers from the IFZO Clusters Sustainability and On the Presence of Cultural Heritage and the Centre for Landscape and Culture at the University of Tallinn.
New Nationalisms in the Baltic Sea Regions. Master Narratives and Counter Narratives in New Nationalism.
On February 3-4 2020, The Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Baltic Sea Region (IFZO) Cluster “New Nationalisms” together with the University of Stockholm. organized a second international and interdisciplinary workshop “New Nationalisms in the Baltic Sea Regions. Master Narratives and Counter Narratives in New Nationalisms” in Stockholm. The workshop focused on the transnational and comparative research of the of political, cultural and social strategies of the nowadays’ new nationalisms in the Baltic Sea Region (Sweden, Germany, Latvia, Estonia and Russia) and on the mechanisms through which they constantly achieve increasing power and growth within European societies.