Nicolas Kraff will defend his doctoral thesis on may 24

Nicolas Kraff will defend his doctoral thesis on may 24

May 9, 2023

On May 24, Nicolas Kraff will defend his doctoral thesis entitled “Analyse raumzeitlicher Veränderungen und ontologische Kategorisierung morphologischer Armutserscheinungen” at the University of Würzburg. The disputation will take place at 6 p.m. in lecture hall 222 (2nd floor) in the Institute of Geography and Geology at Hubland. In his work, Nicolas Kraff has dealt with housing forms of poverty and explored to what extent remote sensing can be a complementary data source to make this elusive topic better describable and documentable. We cordially invite you to come to the public disputation of Mr. Kraff.

 

 

 

 

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