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Dipl.-Geogr. Harald Sterly

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Dipl.-Geogr. Harald Sterly

Arbeitsgebiete:

Translokalität, Migration, Urbanisierung, ICT, Informalität, GIS

Dissertationsprojekt:

Der Einfluss von Mobilkommunikation auf translokale soziale Formationen von Land-Stadt-Migranten in Bangladesch

Projekte:

DFG Schwerpunktprogram: „Megacities-Megachallenge. Informal Dynamics of Global Change“ (2006-2014, www.megacities-megachallenge.org ), Wissenschaftlicher Koordinator

IPEMCODA – Improving Population Estimations with Mobile Communication Data (Ivory Coast, 2012-2013), Projektleiter

MIGUS – Migration and Urbanisation in Sénégal, Using Call Data Records for the Analysis of Population Mobility and Urbanisation in the Dakar-Touba Corridor (2014)

Publikationen

HILLMANN, F., PAHL, M., RAFFLENBEUL, B., STERLY, H. (Hrsg.) 2015. Enivronmental Change, Adaptation and Migration: Brining in the Region. Palgrave Macmillan, London. http://www.palgrave.com/page/detail/environmental-change--adaptation-and-migration-felicitas-hillmann/?sf1=barcode&st1=978113753890

HACKENBROCH, K., HOSSAIN, S., SCHOON, S., STERLY, H., ALTROCK, U. (submitted): Informality, urban governance and the state: Negotiations of space in Dhaka and the Pearl River Delta. International Development Planning Review.

STERLY, H. 2015. "Without a Mobile Phone, I Suppose I Had to Go There” — Mobile Communication and Translocal Social Constellations in Bangladesh. In: ASIEN 134 (Januar), S. 31–46.

BORK-HUEFFER, T., ETZOLD, B., GRANSOW, B., TOMBA, L., STERLY, H., SUDA, K., KRAAS, F., FLOCK, R. (2014): Agency and the Making of Transient Urban Spaces: Examples of Migrants in the City in the Pearl River Delta, China, and Dhaka, Bangladesh. POPULATION, SPACE AND PLACE (2014), DOI: 10.1002/psp.1890

STERLY, H., HENNIG, B., DONGO, K. (2013): “Calling Abidjan” – Improving Population Estimations with Mobile Communication Data (IPEMCODA).In: BLONDEL, V., DE CORDES, N., DECUYPER, A., DEVILLE, P., RAGUENEZ, J., SMOREDA, Z. (Eds): Mobile Phone Data for Development - Analysis of mobile phone datasets for the development of Ivory Coast: 108-114.

BORK, T., KILIAN, P. & STERLY, H. (2009): Informalität in Megastädten. Das Beispiel der megaurbanen Region Perlflussdelta, China. – Praxis Geographie 7&8.

KRAAS, F. & STERLY, H. (2009): Land Use Change in Megacities and Challenges for Water Management.- In: BAIER, K., & STROHSCHÖN, R. (Hrsg.): Megacities – Interactions Between Land Use and Water Management.- Mitteilungen zur Ingenieurgeologie und Hydrogeologie, 99: 9-16, Aachen.

KRAAS, F., H. STERLY (2009): Megastädte von morgen: Laboratorien der Zukunft?- Politische Ökologie, 114: 50-52.

DEMEL, N., FIEBIGER, M., GUENTHER, D., MOGGE, M., STERLY, H. (2008): Guidelines – Outcome and Impact Orientation in the projects and programmes of Welthungerhilfe. Bonn.

GRUNDMANN, G., PREDIGER, E., STERLY, H. (2006): Impact Assessment at Project Level – a Participatory Multi-Perspective Approach, Rural Development News 2/2006

GRUNDMANN, G., N. DEMEL, E. PREDIGER, H. STERLY, A. TSCHABO, L. VERBEEK (2005): Focus on impacts – Conceptual and methodological approaches to results-based management in the German Development Service (DED) in the context of poverty reduction and conflict transformation. Berlin, Germany.

Lehre:

Winter 2013/2014: Vorlesung “Topics of Development”, International Master Program, Technology and Resources Management in the Tropics and Subtropics (ITT), FH Cologne University

Winter 2012/2013: Vorlesung “Topics of Development”, International Master Program, Technology and Resources Management in the Tropics and Subtropics (ITT), FH Cologne University

Winter 2011/2012: Vorlesung “Topics of Development”, International Master Program, Technology and Resources Management in the Tropics and Subtropics (ITT), FH Cologne University

Winter 2010/11: Projektseminar „Der Klima-Impakt unserer Ernährung: Klimabilanzierung in der UniMensa Köln“, Geographisches Institut, Universität zu Köln

Summer 2010: Mittelseminar “Food Security and Sustainability” (englischsprachig), Geographisches Institut, Universität zu Köln