StudyUp Award 2022 - Sponsorship Award of the bdla Lower Saxony Bremen goes to Jan Felix Rennack

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At the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences, sponsorship prizes are awarded every year for outstanding achievements. For the third time, the bdla Lower Saxony Bremen donates a prize for final theses of students in the fields of open space planning (B.Eng.), landscape development (B.Eng.), landscape construction (B.Eng.), landscape architecture (M.Eng.) and landscape architecture (M.Eng.) (Bachelor's and Master's theses) in order to promote creative young talent.

The aim is to recognize work that deals with current fields of activity for landscape architects, demonstrates integrative and innovative concepts and approaches in urban development or landscape planning, develops trend-setting design solutions or deals with the core competence "plant". Application-oriented approaches to solutions or new scientific methods are of particular interest.

The prize for 2022 went to Jan Felix Rennack for his master's thesis on the topic:

"Winter activity of dwarf bats(Pipistrella pipistrellus) in the city of Osnabrück (Lower Saxony) - method development and testing for better detection of winter roosts."

Excerpt from the expert opinion of the master thesis: "The thesis thus expands the state of knowledge on the behavior of the Pipistrelle pipistrellus at winter roosts and provides further indications for the methodological approach to the recording of winter activity. Due to the exceptionally well-founded presentation of the existing knowledge, the very well thought-out methodology, the high quality of the results generated in the field, and the particular stringency with which the new findings were prepared for planning practice, the achievements deserve special recognition and are unreservedly considered worthy of an award in the sense of the call for proposals." (Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kersten Hänel, 2022)

The board of the bdla Lower Saxony Bremen congratulates Jan Felix Rennack very warmly on his outstanding thesis.

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