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Prof. Dr. Jan-Peter Mund
Vorsitzender des Fachbereichsrates Wald und Umwelt (seit März 2011)
Head of the Faculty council (since March 2011)

Prof Jan-Peter Mund

   Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development 
   University of Applied Sciences
   Faculty of Forest and Environment 
   Alfred-Moeller-Str. 1 
   16225 Eberswalde, Germany   

   Tel. +49-(0)3334-657 189
   Fax +49-(0)3334-657 162

   E-mail: Jan-Peter.Mund(at)hnee.de
   URL: www.hnee.de/mund

   URL: www.hnee.de/fit

   Room: 11:317, Forest Campus, House 11

Topics and Focus:

UAV forestry applications

Digital forest inventory using multispectral, photogrammetric and LiDAR point clouds                                  

More on Research


BioEcoN - European-Vietnamese Higher Education Network for Sustainable Forest and Bio-Economy

GeoServices — 4 — Sustainability - Erasmus Project (2016-2018)

GIS in Enviromental Management 2012-2014        


Master and Bachelor Thesis (including open topics)

e-lecture on GIS and hydrology at IWRM education (BGS, 2012)



Curriculum vitae

Topical News

Conferences and Seminars

4th KWF Focus Days in Paren/Glien

The KWF Focus Days in Paren/Glien take place on 27th and 28th September. The conference focuses on IT solutions in forestry. Prof. Jan-Peter Mund will speak on data standardisation in a forum on data management in forest monitoring and joins a discussion on  opportunities and risks of  big data in forestry. The UAV Research Group will the use of drones for forest applications. HNEE will also present efforts on logistics and forest growth and yield.

UAV Research Group presents IT solutions for  forest surveying ahead of KWF conference

At a press conference ahead of the upcoming KWF Focus Days 2017 , Brandenburg’s Environmental Minister Jörg Vogelsänger witnessed drone demonstration flights performed by HNEE. Stuart Krause from HNEE’s UAV Research Group showed how drone imagery can support forest survey or monitoring for forest pests.Tobias_Cremer_Henning_Kellner_Minister_Joerg_Vogelsanger_

HNEE successful in Erasmus Plus Call 2017

With the idea of a European-Vietnamese Higher Education Network for Sustainable Forest- and Bio-Economy, HNEE was successful in the latest Erasmus Plus Call on Capacity Building in Higher Education. The proposal was selected amongst 756 eligible applications for the call. Together with three Vietnamese Universities, the South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences and the University of Valladolid HNEE aims elaborate high quality teaching materials and curricula on bio-economy. Prof. Mund who took the lead on developing the proposal explains the idea. “The participating universities have the opportunity to renew and align their curricula towards multidisciplinary skills and competencies. This will better support innovative activities allowing students and future professionals to interface different topics and to foster collaboration between the diverse disciplines of bio-economy”. Currently, administrative and project management procedures are elaborated to enable the project to kick off.


HNEE partner to Sustainable Building project in Cambodia

Five German universities (including HNEE) and an architect partnership received funding from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research to develop a research project on sustainable buildings to enhance urban quality of life in Cambodia. A stakeholder workshop in Phnom Pen will gather counterparts’ contributions and feedback to the project. As contribution of HNEE, Prof. Mund envisions to develop an urban green index based on remote sensing products. Methodologically, this research aims at linking human viewpoints directly with ecological aspects of urban green. The gathered climatic information can be used in the future to prepare recommendations at the neighbourhood level in a 3D simulation.

Congratulation to HNEE students!

In November 2016, two FIT students and one IFEM student have won the first prize at the ESA GSA Gallileo Hackahthon on location-based service at the Beuth Hochschule in Berlin. The GIS learners from HNEE showed that they acquired excellent coding skills. Well down!