Institute for Applied Research (IAF)
At the university, the Institute for Applied Research is the central coordination point for research activities. These include internal consulting and support in initiation, implementation and legal formulation of research and development activities. Through the institute, which guides and supports research activities in partnership with companies and external institutions, the application and development of scientific methods and technologies are promoted and concepts for solving new problems developed. The university particularly has corresponding research focuses in the following skills areas:
The forestry and timber industry - processes, technology, added value
Biomass - logistics and conversion
Management and development of rural areas
The Rottenburg University of Applied Forest Sciences , as a partner for sustainable development, can consistently turn these highly contemporary themes into current research questions. The thematic focus is supported by 2,500 ha of teaching and research forest, an innovative laboratory building and a modern pilot plant. Together, they create the best prerequisites to meet the needs of application-oriented research on international markets.
- Research institutions for the forestry industry
- Research institutions for the timber and woodworking industries
Wood Management and Technology (B. Sc.)
Forest Management (B. Sc.)
Resource Efficient Building (M. Sc.)
Forest Management (M.Sc.)
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