Varvara Nikulina was a guest lecturer at the University of Graz

In November 2021, Varvara Nikulina was a guest lecturer at the University of Graz[1], online. She gave two participatory classes to the students in the course Inter- and Transdisciplinary problem solving, lead by Dr. Ralf Aschemann.

The overarching theme was Tools, Methods and Approaches for inter- and transdisciplinary problem solving.
The first lecture was focusing on why collaboration between the stakeholders is important; key approaches in relation to disciplines to problem solving as well as categorisation of the challenges we might face; and, finally, who needs to be involved in problem solving.
The second lecture was focusing on what needs to be done, when and what needs to be considered in the process.

Additionally, an example of using transdisciplinary approach to integration of multilevel goals in the context of sustainable transport planning in Blekinge, Sweden was presented.

This collaboration will continue if there will be suitable circumstances.



Varvara Nikulina

PhD Candidate in Strategic Sustainable Development

Blekinge Institute of Technology

371 79, Karlskrona, SWEDEN

direct: +46 455 38 55 59

mobile: +46 734 22 36 22

About the University
The University of Graz, founded in 1585, is Austria’s second oldest university and one of the largest in the country. Numerous outstanding scientists, including six Nobel Prize winners, have taught and researched here.

With 31,000 students and 4,300 employees, it makes a decisive contribution to the vibrant life of the Styrian capital. Its geographical location favours a lively scientific, economic and cultural exchange with south-eastern Europe, from which the city benefits just as much as its educational institutions.

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