Institute of Applied Geosciences

Institute Steering Committee

The Institute Steering Committee (ILA) is the body in which the employees of the AGW have the opportunity to actively participate in the organization of the institute.

The Institute for Applied Geosciences (AGW) of KIT is composed of the following bodies:

  • Management Committee
  • Institute Steering Committee (ILA)
  • Institute Assembly

The Institute Steering Committee is composed of the members of the Directorate and ten staff members (§ 3 para. 1 no. 1 - 3 of the Institute Rules) who are not members of the Directorate. Half of them are elected by the staff members (§10 of the Institute Regulations), the other half is delegated by the Directorate. The term of office is 2 years.

 

Elected and appointed members of the ILA until December 2022 are

 

Tasks of the ILA are (among others)

  • The Directorate informs the Institute Steering Committee about all important matters of the Institute.
  • The Institute Steering Committee advises the Board of Directors and is involved in the decision-making process in accordance with §9 of the Institute's rules and regulations.
  • The Institute Steering Committee can make proposals (e.g. on necessary positions for Institute tasks, measures for occupational safety, support in the standardization of processes within the Institute's working groups, improvement of working conditions for all staff and doctoral students at the AGW, etc.) and make suggestions.

The Institute Steering Committee should meet at regular intervals, but at least once every six months. It decides by simple majority of those present, provided that at least half of its members and at least one elected member are present.
All staff members are welcome to contribute ideas regarding the development of the Institute to the ILA.