Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
Delhi Branch Office
Home > New Delhi

New Delhi Branch Office

Resident Representative:

Radu Carciumaru, M.A.

Tel: +91 11 41707307
Office time: Mon - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM

German House,
2, Nyaya Marg,
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi,
Delhi 110021, India


TUM Mumbai: State visit of the Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier to India
Posted on 11 Apr 2018
Posted on 17 Oct 2017
Posted on 17 Oct 2017
HCSA/SAI at the IACFS Annual Conference on Comparative Federalism
Posted on 02 May 2017


South Asia Institute at the at the International conference: “Global environmental change in the Himalayan Region: Controversies, Impacts, Futures” (6-8 November)
A remarkable group of five scholars from the Department of Geography of the South Asia Institute, Heidelberg University will participate at the International Conference “Global Environmental Change in the Himalayan Region: Controversies, Impacts, Futures”, which will take place in New Delhi at India Habitat Centre, between November 6-8. Led by the chair of the Department, Professor Dr. Marcus Nuesser, the group includes Dr. Ravi Baghel, Dr. Juliane Dame, Dipl.-Ing. Nils Harm and Dr. Susanne Schmidt.

Organized by Heidelberg University jointly with Free University Berlin and in partnership with TERI University, the international conference is attended by leading experts, scholars and researchers in the field, as well as junior researchers from top academic institutions, NGOS and relevant governmental organizations.  The conference will consist of presentations analysing historical records of climate change, remote sensing of environmental change, direct and indirect impacts of climate change, human development, socio-hydrology and changes in the cryosphere, to name just a few.

The conference will open with a keynote speech by Professor Dr. Marcus Nuesser on “Glacier Changes on a Himalayan Scale: Scientific, Cultural and Political Dimensions”, which will be followed by the festive inauguration of the exhibition on “Environmental Change on the Himalayan Scale” that identifies changes of glaciers, vegetation, land use and urban development in Himalayas.
Please find attached the poster to the conference!

For more information, please

contact: or
follow us on facebook and twitter (#hcsadelhi)
Posted on 02 Nov 2015


Posted on 11 Nov 2015
Sustainable Water Resource Management: Perspective from Europe and South Asia
Posted on 11 Nov 2015
First Indo-German Dialog on Excellence in Research and Innovation - “Internationalization as the Key Impulse”
Posted on 26 Oct 2015
Heidelberg Lecture on 24th February 2015
Posted on 03 Feb 2015
Webmaster: Email
zum Seitenanfang