Hartmut Derler

MSc.

 

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Bio

Hartmut is working as a researcher at FH JOANNEUM. He is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Systems Sciences, Innovation and Sustainability Research, University of Graz, Austria. His dissertation goes under the title “Sustainable Food Systems: Connected, open and circular.“ In his dissertation he is conducting trans- and interdisciplinary research in the areas Sustainability, Food and System Sciences. He is holding a bachelor degree in environmental system sciences, and a Joint International Master's Degree in Sustainable Development.

Education
  • PhD candidate at the Institute of System Sciences, Innovation and Sustainability Research
  • Master's Degree in the Joint International Master‘s Programme in Sustainable Development at the Karl-Franzens-University and at the University of Leipzig. Master Thesis: Analyzing the structure of sustainability grassroots initiatives with agent-based modelling. 
  • Bachelor's Degree in Enviromental System Sciences with Economics as special field at the Karl-Franzens-University. Bachelor Thesis: Reduction of GHG-emissions within livestock.

Publications

Derler, H., Berner, S., Grach, D., Posch, A., & Seebacher, U. (2020). Project-Based Learning in a Transinstitutional Research Setting: Case Study on the Development of Sustainable Food Products. Sustainability, 12(1), 233.https://doi.org/10.3390/su12010233

Berner, S., Derler, H., Rehorska, R., Pabst, S., Seebacher, U. Roadmapping to Enhance Local Food Supply: Case Study of a City-Region in Austria. Sustainability 2019, 11, 3876. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11143876

 Seebacher, U., Domenig, C., Derler, H. (2019): Praxismappe Jugendliche entwickeln Lebensmittelprodukte. Unterrichtsmodule zur Vermittlung von Ernährungs- und MINT-Kompetenzen, Graz, Verlag der FH JOANNEUM Gesellschaft mbH. ISBN 9783902103901

Seebacher, U., Derler, H. (2018). Die soziale Qualität von Produkten. In Multiperspektivische Verbraucherforschung (pp. 255-276). Springer VS, Wiesbaden. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-658-20199-9_10 

Conference Proceedings

Derler, H., Berner, S., Pabst, S., Seebacher, U., Haas, J. (2020): From a research project to transformational change in an urban food system: findings from an inter- and transdisciplinary research collaboration. The 8th World Sustainability Forum. Section Food, Agriculture and Soil Sciences, Urban Farming. 

Derler, H., Rehorska, R., Berner, S. (2019): Insects as sustainable protein sources in circular food systems: a comprehensive food chain approach. 33rd EFFoST International Conference: Sustainable Food Systems – Performing by Connecting. Rotterdam.

Berner, S., Derler, H., Pabst, S., Seebacher, U. (2019): A model for tranformational change towards sustainable food systems: bridging technological and socio-technological food innovations. 33rd EFFoST International Conference: Sustainable Food Systems – Performing by Connecting. Rotterdam.

Derler, H., Berner, S., Grach, D., Gruber, R., Seebacher, U. (2019): Produktentwicklungen von Jugendlichen für Jugendliche: Ein partizipatorischer Ansatz. 5. Österreichische Citizen Science Konferenz.

Gruber, R, Grach, D., Seebacher, U., Derler, H. (2018): Kriterien beim Lebensmitteleinkauf und Ernährungsverhalten von Jugendlichen - Projekt YoungTECHforFOOD. Ernährung aktuell. 04/2018

S. Berner, H. Derler, D. Grach, R. Rehorska, U. Seebacher (2018): Enhancing food literacy and food technology competences: Integrating young people into future food innovations. 32nd EFFoST International Conference, Nantes.

S. Berner, H. Derler*, R. Rehorska, D. Grach, U. Seebacher (2018): Young people as agents for future food innovations: Mediating food technology competences through higher education. Oral presentation at the 5th International ISEKI_Food Conference, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart. ISBN: 978-3-900932-57-2   *presenter