News, Summer & Winter School

IGCS Summer School 2023 in Berlin, Germany

This Summer School will run for twelve days from July 24th until August 4th 2023 and will consist of lectures, group works, panel discussions, excursions and intercultural exchanges. The Summer School will be held as a physical event at the Technical University in Berlin, Germany.

IGCS is hiring Research Associate in the field of sustainability and circular economy

The Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Solid Waste Management (ISAH), Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, invites applications for the position of a Research Associate (PostDoc, m/f/d) in the field of…

IGCS Winter School 2023 Concludes

Our bi-annual flagship international student exchange program, the Winter School at IIT Madras, was recently held from February 20th to March 3rd, 2023, on the topic “Microgrid – A Key Contribution Towards A Carbon Neutral Society”.

Workshop on “Nature-Based Water Management Techniques in Coastal Aquifers” at IIT Madras

IIT Madras, Anna University, and IGCS jointly organize the Workshop on “Nature-Based Water Management Techniques in Coastal Aquifers.”  The event will be held at IIT Madras during February 24-25, 2023. Registration for the…
Lan Use / Rural and Urban Development, News

Dr. Christoph Woiwode joins the new Centre on Water & Sustainability at IIT Madras

Dr. Christoph Woiwode, Resident Visiting Faculty in the IGCS Landuse Area at IIT Madras, is now a part of a consortium of ten faculty members establishing an interdisciplinary Research Centre…

Sustainability and Waste Management of The RWTH India Alumni Insights Event Series

The RWTH Alumni Team cordially invite you to participate in the next session on sustainability and waste management of the RWTH India Alumni Insights event series!

Leibniz Universität Hannover is IGCS new Partner University

We welcome Leibniz Universität Hannover as our new partner university at the Indo-German Centre for Sustainability (IGCS). We are excited to have PD Dr.-Ing. habil Dirk Weichgrebe from the department…
Lan Use / Rural and Urban Development

Katchupedu Nook Celebrates First Achievements

The Nook is a self-learning and skill development centre where individuals can redefine and design education for themselves. The space provides a conducive environment to foster curiosity, innovation, problem-solving and critical thinking. To interact and promote self-learning, learners embark on projects where they set goals and do tangible projects to be showcased at the end of the goal cycle.
Lan Use / Rural and Urban Development, News

Katchipedu Nook Exhibition Day 2022

The Nook project will have an exhibition of works done by the learners so far this Sunday.
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