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Teaching

 

In addition to their research at the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops, scientists at the IGZ give lectures, seminars and practical courses at many german universities and universities of applied sciences.

Practical courses often take place at our Institute. Thereby students get the chance to obtain insight into a huge variety of research fields in and related with horticulture. They learn how to solve scientific questions by the help of excellent technical equipment supported by experienced scientists.

Courses lectured by IGZ scientists at Universities and Universities of Applied Sciences

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Prof. Dr. Susanne Baldermann, Dr. Julia Bornhorst, Prof. Dr. Tanja Schwerdtle

  • Food chemistry and food law, Bachelor course Nutritional sciences, winter semester, University Potsdam, Link

Prof. Dr. Susanne Baldermann, Prof. Dr. Tanja Schwerdtle

  • Specific food chemistry, Master course Nutritional sciences, winter semester, University Potsdam, Link

Prof. Dr. Frederik Börnke

  • Molecular Phytopathology, Master course Biochemistry and Molecular biology, University Potsdam, Link

Dr. Carmen Feller

  • Biometry / agricultural research, Bachelor course Horticulture, winter semester 2017/2018, Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin, Link

Dr. Carmen Feller  and Dr. Dietmar Schwarz

  • Modul Vegetable cultivation, Lecture, winter semester, Humboldt University Berlin

Prof. Dr. Philipp Franken

  • Research fields in biology: organismic biology and evolution, Lecture, Master course Molecular Life Science/ Organismic Biology and Evolution, winter semester, Humboldt University Berlin

Prof. Dr. Eckhard George, Dr. Diana Andrade, Dr. Rita Grosch, Dr. Anja Müller, Dr. Benard Ngwene, Dr. Silke Ruppel, Dr. Katja Witzel

  • Symbiosis in plant nutrition, Ring lecture, Master course Horticultural sciences, Humboldt University Berlin

Dr. Jan Gräfe & Dr. Claas Nendel (ZALF)  

  • Modellierung pflanzlicher Systeme,  Masterstudiengang, Prozess- und Qualitätsmanagement in Landwirtschaft und Gartenbau,  Wintersemester, Humboldt Universität Berlin

Dr. Rita Grosch

  • Phytopathology I: Fundamentals of Phytopathology: Mycology, Bachelor course, winter semester, Humboldt University Berlin
  • Phytosanitary strategies in Process- and Quality management: Molecular diagnostics, Master course, winter semester, Humboldt University Berlin
  • Phytosanitary strategies in Process- and Quality management: Epidemiology, Master course, winter semester, Humboldt University Berlin
  • Pest Management in ecological plant production, Master course, winter Semester, Beuth Hochschule für Technik, Berlin

Dr. Rita Grosch and Dr. Dietmar Schwarz

  • Modul Ecological Farming, lectures, summer semester, Beuth-Hochschule Berlin

Dr. Franziska Hanschen, Dr. Ronald Maul, Prof. Dr. Sascha Rohn

  • Fundamentals of food chemistry – food chemistry I, University Hamburg
  • Fundamentals of food chemistry – food chemistry II, University Hamburg
  • Cosmetical agents – including cleaning agents I, University Hamburg

Dr. Susanne Neugart, PD. Dr. Volker Böhm

  • Food Chemistry, University Jena

Prof. Dr. Monika Schreiner

  • Quality, Processing and specific Problems in vegetable production, Master course

PD Dr. habil. Rita Zrenner, Prof. Dr. Dittmann-Thünemann, Prof. Dr. Lenhard

  • Microbiology and Genetics, practical course, Bachelor course, summer Semester, Biological sciences, University Potsdam