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Martin Schlecht


Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Technische Universität Berlin
Institut für Berufliche Bildung und Arbeitslehre
Fachgebiet Arbeitslehre/Technik und Partizipation
Sekr. MAR 1-1
Marchstraße 23
10587 Berlin

Raum MAR 1.056

Telefon: +49 30 314-73432
Telefax: +49 30 314-21120

Sprechzeiten: nach Vereinbarung.

Short introduction

Born in the Black Forest, Martin Schlecht has always been interested in the interrelation and interdependencies of cities and rural areas. After his civil service in the USA he studied Geography and Communication Science at the University of Vienna and the Istanbul Üniversitesi (2004-09). In his Masters programs in Urban Ecology (TU Berlin) and Political Communication (FU Berlin) he focused on urban food production and the contamination of urban soils through trace metals, as well as political participation in municipal energy supply. Previously, Martin worked in international cooperation in the fields of governance, rural development and human rights in Sub Saharan Africa. Martin has led several international projects on energy, nutrition and local business development. Besides his work at TU, Martin is engaged in wilderness pedagogy and offers toxicology consultations in medicine. 

Research & Fields of interest

Mobility turnaround and zero-emission urban mobility:

⦁ Digital solutions for Urban mobility: App-Development for public mass transport 

⦁ Perception of safety in public spaces. Measures to increase communal coherence & wellbeing (e.g. art, light, media)

⦁ Assessment of scepticism of the E-Mobility and public transport

Urban resilience: Ecological risk assessment and potentials

⦁ Urban greening for climate change mitigation in cities

⦁ Fungi as indicators of anthropogenic contamination through traffic (e.g. trace metals) and nuclear energy (e.g. caesium 137)

⦁ Urban fungi production for food and nutrition security


⦁ Donotfear / WizGo – Digital solutions for social urban mobility

⦁ Circle21 – Modularity and Circularity of Resources in vocational education

⦁ Zuper-Q – Career orientation for youngsters

Teaching & Vocational Education

⦁ Mobility of the future (B.Ed.)

⦁ History of Technology (M.Ed.)

⦁ Resource circularity & sustainability in vocational education (Transdisciplinary)


⦁ Social behaviour change communication approach (SBCC)

⦁ Focus group discussions, expert- and stakeholder interviews

⦁ Statistical quantitative analysis.

Past positions

2018-19: Team leader at the “Center for Rural Development” of the Humboldt University in the field of „Food and nutrition security and resilience” and “international cooperation”.

2015-17: Consultant for economic cooperation and development cooperation at the German Embassy Lomé, Togo. 

2011-14: Press office of the Berlin Technical University, international relations. 

2009-10: Teacher, German as a foreign language, Académie-Aix Marseille. 


2010-15: Urban Ecosystem Sciences (M.Sc.), TU Berlin; Political Communication, Freie Universität Berlin. 

2004-09: Communication Science and Geography in Vienna, Austria (Bakk.phil), Semester abroad in Media Ethics at Istanbul Üniversitesi, Turkey (2008).

2004-05: Social Service at the United Jewish Federation in Pittsburgh/USA

2003: Abitur in Schramberg / Germany


Schlecht, Martin; Saeumel, Ina (2015): Health Risks of Wild Edible and Cultivated Mushrooms in Urban Areas (Environ Pollut. 2015 Sep; 204:298-305). 

Andreas Jüttemann & Martin Schlecht (Hrsg.): Kernkraftwerk Rheinsberg. Geschichte und Zukunft einer Technik. 1. Auflage April 2021. Orte der Geschichte e. V.

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