The Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis is a research facility institute. It is located in Karlsruhe from Germany. The Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis was founded in 1 July 1995.It was affiliated from University of Karlsruhe. It is largest scientific institute in Germany.
Now it is leading more than 100 research works. ITAS is a member of a number of international networks. It is located throughout Germany at four locations they are Berlin, Munich, Dresden, Stuttgart. The executive managers are Peter Dortans and Dr. Werner Wilke. It has several departments with nine specialised sectors and five cross sectional departments.
ITAS generates and communicates knowledge on the impacts of human action and their evaluation in view of the improvement and use of new technologies. Its work focuses on environmental, economic, social and political-institutional issues. Alternative options for action and design are developed and calculated. In this way ITAS supports politics, science, business and the general public in future decision-making. Projects: KIT- ITAS Research Projects :
The research area "Sustainability and environment" of the Institute for Technology Valuation and Systems Analysis (ITAS) mainly focuses on analyses in particular areas of environmental study like land use, energy systems, water source and sewage disposal.
The research area "Sustainability and environment" of the Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS) mainly efforts on analyses in key areas of environmental research like land use, energy systems, water supply and sewage removal as well as the growth of productivity of raw
The exploration area "Sustainability and environment" of the Institute for Technology Valuation and Systems Analysis (ITAS) mainly focuses on analyses in particular areas of environmental research like land use, energy systems, water supply and sewage disposal as well as the growth of output of raw materials, on the development of familiar measures for handling with existing problems in these areas and the situations for the putting into practice of different possible solutions.
Special emphasis is put on the scenario method to be able to deal with the complexities and uncertainties of future studies in an appropriate way. Water and sewage related climate adaptation strategies for the metropolitan region of Santiago de Chile and for a regional learning network in megacities of Latin America.
Thematic Discussion Series (TDS) is an initiative to engage actors from interconnected areas of expertise in discussions which are focused on a specific theme and limited to 2-4 weeks. 1. Thematic Discussion 12 - Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in Schools – A neglected issue 2. Thematic Discussion 11 - Integrating sectors to address the holistic needs of children – how and when to integrate? 3. Thematic Discussion 10 - Managing WASH in Schools – Is the Education Sector Ready? Conferences materials: Presented in 2007 to 2017.
Mostly it will be available from some universities, non governmental organizations and some organisations and training institutions are available. School Activities: School activities are mostly focus on energy conservation, biodiversity, waste management. They are a suggestion and helpful for giving new thoughts with practically.