TRack Your ATmosphere
The use of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS, e.g. GPS, Galileo etc.) has become an everyday tool for determining our position. GNSS also allow measuring the atmospheric water vapor which is the most important gas for weather prediction and greenhouse effect. In the TRYAT-project we create learning materials on how to apply GNSS to the sensing of atmospheric water vapor and how to make use of this technique. We want to empower VET learners in the fields of physics, electronics, electrical engineering, geo- and environmental engineering and ICT. We have developed a transnational partnership in order to promote science and innovation. The project includes five intellectual outputs (IO1 – IO5).
With a transnational partnership we address a wide range of educational fields such as physics, informatics, geography, electrical engineering, chemistry, social studies. The selected project partners contribute and exchange particular know-how and expertise in the fields of education, research, training and curriculum development. For further details, see TRYAT POSTER.
Dr. Boris Reusch
Dr. Umberto Tammaro
Dipl. Laurent Verdier
Dr. Fadwa Alshawaf
TRYAT project meeting, October 2019 in Berlin and Potsdam.
20./21.08.2019: Presentation of TRYAT at the MNU (Verband zur Förderung des Mint-Unterrichts Berlin/Brandenburg) Annual Meeting, Freie Universität Berlin
15.06.2019: Presentation of TRYAT at "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften" (Berlin)
Winter school LTTA1 will be held in Naples in February 10-16, 2019.
A TRYAT team will participate in the GFZ Autumn school for teachers in Potsdam 2018.
Presentation of the project with Mr. Mark Weinmeister, State Secretary of Hessische Staatskanzlei, June 12 2018 Pau
TRYAT project meeting, May 2018 in Pau.
TRYAT project meeting, October 2017 in Berlin and Potsdam.