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Her research interests include participation processes, stakeholder-involvement, bottom-up approaches as well as governance-studies.
- Bondy, J., Brauer, F., Cardona, J., Chamorro, J., Fischer, T., Hahne, L., Hinz, S., Hügler, M., León, C. D., Keller, S., Kosow, H., Kramer, H., Krauss, M., Minke, R., Minn, F., Riese, F., Schroers, S., Stauder, S., Sturm, S., … Zahumensky, Y. (2021). Integrated Water Management Solutions in the Lurín Catchment, Lima, Peru Supporting United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 6 (C. D. León, F. Brauer, M. Hügler, S. Keller, H. Kosow, M. Krauss, S. Wasielewski, & J. Wienhöfer, Eds.). https://doi.org/10.18419/opus-11390
Fabienne Minn studied Social Sciences (B.A.) and Empirical Political and Social Research (M.A., German-French double degree) at the University of Stuttgart and Sciences Po Bordeaux.
Since 2017 she has been a research assistant in the fields of energy transformation, (waste) water concepts, participation and sustainability in several research projects at the Center for Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Studies at the University of Stuttgart.
Since 2019 Fabienne Minn is working as a research associate in the research project TRUST at ZIRIUS. She is interested in participatory approaches for designing socio-technical concepts and in the role of self-governing mechanisms in water governance investigating the example of a Peruvian highland community.