The Republic of Tatarstan celebrated the International Day of Forests

Prof. Albrecht Bemmann greeted (virtually) his colleagues as well as students and pupils in the Republic of Tatarstan who had gathered at the Faculty of Forestry of Kazan State Agricultural University for the International Day of Forests. This is not the first year that the Republic of Tatarstan celebrates the Day of Forest with theContinue reading “The Republic of Tatarstan celebrated the International Day of Forests”

ASTAT: a two-day video conference on the project results in 2020

Workshop within the ASTAT project scheduled for December 2020 took place online due to the global pandemic. Project partners from Dresden, Tharandt, Kazan and Saint Petersburg met in a format of video conference on two days – December 09 and 11 –  and exchanged opinions on the current state of research and plans for 2021 underContinue reading “ASTAT: a two-day video conference on the project results in 2020”

ASTAT: Successful video conference of the project partners

Communication via videoconferencing has become part of our daily work routine in the last few months due to the COVID19 pandemic. The same applies to the partners of the research project ASTAT (“Development of sustainable forest management and use concepts for Aspen-dominated forest stands in the Republic of Tatarstan”) in Germany and the Republic ofContinue reading “ASTAT: Successful video conference of the project partners”

Job call: Research fellow for ASTAT project

In our institute of International Forestry and Forest Products, at the Chair of Tropical Forestry, a project position as research fellow in the BMEL project “Development of Sustainable Forest Management and Utilization Concepts for Aspen-Dominated Forests in the Republic of Tatarstan (ASTAT)” („Entwicklung  nachhaltiger  Waldbewirtschaftungs- und Nutzungskonzepte  für durch Aspen geprägte  Waldbestände in der RepublikContinue reading “Job call: Research fellow for ASTAT project”

The First Meeting of the German-Russian Forest Research Project – ASTAT – in Tatarstan

  On January 1st, 2020, began the German-Russian research project ASTAT – “Development of Sustainable Forest Management and Use Concepts for Aspen Forests in the Republic of Tatarstan” –, and will be running until December 2022. The objectives of the project are to analyze aspen stands in the Republic of Tatarstan and to develop recommendationsContinue reading “The First Meeting of the German-Russian Forest Research Project – ASTAT – in Tatarstan”