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Moritz Rösler


Moritz Rösler is studying urban and regional planning at the TU Berlin. Within the Dual Master Program "Urban Planning and Mobility" in cooperation with the Universidad de Buenos Aires he specializes in the subject of urban mobility. Prior to that he completed his bachelor's degree in geography at the Humboldt University of Berlin where he focused on the areas of urban development and transport geography. He wrote his bachelor's thesis on the subject of cycle highways in Berlin.

He has been a student assistant at the Center for Technology and Society (ZTG) since August 2019. Currently he is working in the projects CMM - Cities.MultiModal and SUMRICA - Sustainable Mobility Research in Central Asia. Among others he has previously been involved in the projects MoabitRad - investigation of measures to strengthen bicycle traffic as a contribution to increasing the attractiveness of climate-friendly means of transport in the Moabit West area and DORA - Door to Door Information for Air Passengers.

Academic Career
Since 2020
M.Sc. in Urban Planning and Mobility at TU Berlin
since 08/2019
Student assistent in the projects SUMRICA - Sustainable Mobility Research in Central Asia and "Cities.MultiModal (CMM)"
Study abroad at University of Florida within the NEURUS program (Network for European and U.S. Regional and Urban Studies)
Internship at ZTG in the area Mobility and Space
Student assistant at Center Nahverkehr Berlin (CNB)
2014 onward

B.A. in Geography at the Humboldt-Universität, Berlin


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