Dr.Maria Schwab

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Contact

Phone
+49 461 805 2499
Fax
+49 461 805 952499
E-mail
maria.schwab-PleaseRemoveIncludingDashes-@uni-flensburg.de
Building
Gebäude Riga 6
Room
RIG 614
Street
Auf dem Campus 1c
Post code / City
24943 Flensburg

Institutions

Name
Interdisciplinary Centre for European Studies (ICES)
Position
Hauptamtlich tätig

Lectures

No Title Type Semester
541009g Research Colloquium FrSe 2022 Arbeitsgemeinschaft Spring semester 2022
30032022g Minority Language Media Conference 2022 Tagung Spring semester 2022
since 10/17

Europa-Universität Flensburg - Interdisciplinary Center for European Studies

Academic Coordinator; Tasks: Science management, third-party funding and research strategy consulting, promotion of early career researchers, communication and public relations

12/14 - 09/17

Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht – Norddeutsches Klimabüro, Geesthacht

Researcher; Tasks: Researcher and coordinator of a research project for the development of a user-oriented climate information product; interviews & workshops with representatives of municipalities, private sector & the public in the Baltic Sea region; public relations in the field of climate services; strategic research management.

01/11 – 11/14

United Nations University - Institute for Environment and Human Security, Bonn

Researcher; Tasks: Research & research management within EU & BMBF funded projects & project proposals, interviews & workshops with authorities, NGOs & the public

After May 2014: Development of a risk assessment system for critical infrastructures in Europe (H2020 Project INTACT)
Before May 2014: Evaluation of measures in the context of natural hazards in Vietnam (PhD thesis within the BMBF-funded WISDOM project).

02/10 – 01/11

Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), Bonn

Academic assistant in projects on innovation policy for an ecologically and economically sustainable development; tasks: Research activities, analyses, workshop organization.

01/11 – 09/14

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn

PhD at the Institute of Geography

Topic: ‘Nature and values of risk-related strategies – An evaluation of rural coping and adaptation in response to changing water-related risks in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta’

Supervisors: PD. Dr. Jörn Birkmann (UNU-EHS); Prof. Dr. Klaus Greve (Universität Bonn)

Can Tho University, Vietnam (09/11 – 05/12): Guest researcher

10/06 – 07/10

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn

Study of Geography (Diplom)
Minor subjects: Economics, Agricultural & Environmental Economics, Sociology

Diploma thesis topic: 'Global price changes and local livelihoods - The impact of agricultural price fluctuations on rural livelihoods in Cambodia’

University of Southampton, UK (10/07 – 02/08)

Chennai, India (02/08 - 04/08): field research stay

10/04 – 09/06

Universität Augsburg

Study of Geography (Diplom)

Minor subjects: Economics, Sociology, Media- & Communication Studies

  • Schwab, M., Meinke, I., von Storch, H. (2017): Developing criteria for a stakeholder-centred evaluation of climate services: the case of Extreme Event Attribution for storm surges at the German Baltic Sea. In: Meteorology Hydrology and Water Management. Research and Operational Applications, 6.
  • Schwab, M., I. Meinke, J-P. Vanderlinden, H. von Storch (2017): Regional decision-makers as potential users of Extreme Weather Event Attribution - Case studies from the German Baltic Sea coast and the Greater Paris area. In: Weather and Climate Extremes, 18, Pages 1-7,
  • Schwab, M., Berchtoldt, C., Goris, A. (2016): An Integrated Critical Infrastructure Risk and Resilience Concept in the Context of ExtremeWeather Events and Global Change. In: Journal of Extreme Events, 3 (2). 
  • Krause, D.; Schwab, M.; Birkmann, J. (2015): An actor-oriented and context-specific framework for evaluating climate change adaptation. In: D. Bours, C. McGinn, P. Pringle (Eds.), Monitoring and evaluation of climate change adaptation: A review of the landscape. New Directions for Evaluation, 147.
  • Schwab, M. (2014): Nature and values of coping and adaptation - An evaluation of response mechanisms to changing water-related risks in rural areas of the Vietnamese Mekong Delta. Dissertation, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn. Online-Ausgabe in bonndoc: nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:hbz:5n-37590 
  • Gain, A.K. & Schwab, M. (2012): An assessment of water governance trends: the case of Bangladesh. In: Water Policy, 14 (5).