Forest Information Technology (M.Sc.)
Prof. Dr. Jan-Peter Mund
Co-Head of the study
programme in Eberswalde
Prof. Dr. MichaŇā Zasada
Co-Head of the study
programme in Warsaw
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The mission of Forest Information Technology (FIT) (M.Sc.) is to offer high level educational opportunities in the field of information technologies with a focus on forestry and environment related applications.
The programme is jointly developed, managed and accomplished by the University for Sustainable Development Eberswalde and the Warsaw University of Life Sciences ."
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News & Events
Publication & congratulation
We are glad to share the remarkable achievement of our master student, Laura Karimloo. Ms. Karimloo has successfully published a scientific
article on Javan Slow Lorises' habitat use and behavior in urban areas. This publication is a result of her work on the module "Research
Project", which is mandatory for all students of "Forest Information Technology" (FIT).
We congratulate Mrs. Karimloo and her esteemed co-authors, including Marco Campera, Muhammad Ali Imron, Shrey Rakholia, Abhinav Mehta,
Katherine Hedger, and K.A.I. Nekaris, on their exceptional achievement and the publication of this pioneering article. We are confident that
this research will have a lasting impact on our understanding of primate conservation and inspire future studies on the topic.
The article is publicly available and can be consulted using this link:
Autumn School finishes in good spirits!
The Autumn School at Hochschule f√ľr nachhaltige Entwicklung Eberswalde with the Theme; Virtual Forest has successfully been completed as part of one of the Erasmus Plus Projects . Students from France, Spain, Brazil and Vietnam participated in this program. Participants acquired practical knowledge and experience in the use of LiDAR device and flying of drones to obtain terrestrial and point cloud data respectively.
Best Presentation Award for FIT student Gulam Mohiuddin I Team member and research associate in the Build4People BMBF project.
The FIT team at HNEE congratulates Mr. Gulam Mohiuddin, FIT Student 6.Sem. for receiving the Best Presentation Award at International Conference on Remote Sensing for Urban Planning and Management ICRSUPM, Singapore in January 2022.
In Singapore, he presented an innovative topic about the ‚ÄúStatistical Relation between Vegetation Cover and Land Surface Temperature in Phnom Penh City‚ÄĚ. His research is part of the joint transdisciplinary Research project Build4people funded by BMBF and implemented in work package #4 at Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development and the Royal University of Agriculture in Phnom Penh.
The submitted paper and academic talk has been jointly prepared by Work Package #4 research associate Gulam Mohiuddin and the Work Package #4 team leader Prof Dr Jan Peter Mund. The presentation not only highlighted the outstanding approach of the study but as well the innovative concept of the Build4People project.
The FIT team congratulate him to his research quality and this international academic merit.
Asia-Pacific Forest Sector Outlook: Innovative Forestry for a Sustainable Future
On November 5th 2021 FAO and CIFOR, lead center of the Forests, Trees and Agroforestry research program (FTA) are giving the floor to young people to present their contributions on the use of innovative technologies for sustainable forestry! This event is part of the preparation by FAO and FTA of a roadmap on innovative technologies for sustainable forestry. The event will show case the results of this call and present a collection of papers that illustrate, in various contexts, the potential of innovative technologies to advance sustainable forestry and sustainable forest management.
At the event Forest Information Technology M.Sc. student Shahrukh Kamran will present his project DroNet: Development and testing of insect catching drones.
Introductory Course ,,Forest Ecology and Management''
After two intensive learning weeks (in the field and virtual) the new M.Sc. introductory module about ‚ÄěForest Ecology and Management‚ÄĚ has closed for the FST and FIT programme. The students also enjoyed the field trips to selected forest sites that were included in the module. All lecturers involved are very happy to have you in the FIT / FST Master programme this year.
GIS III and forestry Photogrammetry course in Rog√≥wI
Warsaw University of Life Sciences (WULS‚ÄďSGGW) just started with the GIS III and forestry Photogrammetry course in Rog√≥w. The students were very happy to have the opportunity to meet again!
Image: M. Brach (WULS‚ÄďSGGW)
Co-Head of the study programme
Prof. Dr. Jan-Peter Mund
Tel.: +49- (0)3334- 657 189
Study programme coordinator
Dr. Evelyn Wallor
Tel.: (+49) 03334 657 357
Dr. Astrid Schilling
Tel.: +49- (0)3334- 657 167