BREMEN - MEXICAN SCIENTIFIC NETWORK
Sustainable and environmental electronics
Digital Teaching in Atmospheric Sciences and Nanotechnology
Univ. of Bremen, Germany - ENES Morelia, UNAM, Mexico
and partners of BreMex-STEAPs
Responsible (Ger): P.D. Dr. Annette Ladstätter-Weißenmayer
Responsible (Mex): Dr. Alejandra Castro-Carranza
Design and development of joint online Moodle courses/modules for under- and graduate levels on atmospheric/environmental sciences and nanotechnology to design specialized environmental sensors.
These courses and the cooperation had been previously promoted intensively in a face-to-face modality through international mobility which has been recently affected due to COVID-19.
The analysis of atmospheric data obtained from ground-based stations and satellite mapping, together with the educational tools we propose will be used as part of a didactic strategy to deepen the knowledge in this scientific field combined with nanotechnology, to make it available to our societies, and to promote environmental awareness.
„Detection of pollution events to develop sustainable advices based on nanomaterials for environmental applications”
Eng. Valeria Camacho Molina
Andrés Castro Chacón
Emilio Alejandro Romero Aguado
"Fundamentals of Optics and their Application in Light Emitting Devices, Detection, and Sensors"
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Gutowski
Dr. Jairo C. Nolasco
More BreMex-STEAPS partners
"Technological development: environmental sensors"
Myriam Peña Verduzco
Book for children on environmental education and nanotechnology using atmospheric data
P. Abril Villagomez Mondragón
Cristian E. Ramos Ruíz