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18. June 2020

SINN-i project partners on a research trip to South Africa

As part of the BMBF-funded third-party project "SINN-i", David Struzek travelled with project partners of the Technical University of Munich, the Innovationsmanufaktur (Munich) and of the General German Bicycle Club (ADFC) to South Africa at the beginning of January 2020. Through the visit to Stellenbosch and Durban the team was able to establish important contacts and gain helpful impressions for the project "Active City Innovation" on site, which will enrich further research in the experimental scenario "Public Dance".

 Further information about the trip can be found in the current SINN-i newsletter: PDF

Carinus Lemmer (Stellenbosch Fietsry NPC), Franziska Krüger (Innovationsmanufaktur), Hugo Gabele (University of Applied Sciences Esslingen), Fozzy Moritz (Innovationsmanufaktur), Nicolette Booyens (SEED), Armin Falkenhein (ADFC Bayern), Jan Ellinger (TUM), David Struzek (University Siegen))

Carinus Lemmer (Stellenbosch Fietsry NPC), Franziska Krüger (Innovation Manufacture), Hugo Gabele (University of Applied Sciences Esslingen), Fozzy Moritz (Innovation Manufacture), Nicolette Booyens (SEED), Armin Falkenhein (ADFC Bayern), Jan Ellinger (TUM), David Struzek (University Siegen))