Manuel Scherrle, Student Assistant

Manuel Scherrle

Manuel Scherrle supports the Borderstep team as a student assistant in the research projects HotFlAd (waste heat recovery from compact data centers with hot-fluid adsorption cooling system) and CliDiTrans (climate protection potentials of digital transformation).

After completing his training and working as an industrial clerk, Manuel obtained his general qualification for university entrance via the second educational path at the Berlin College. Today he is studying political science at the Otto Suhr Institute of the Freie Universität Berlin.

During his studies, he focuses not only on the basics of political science, but above all on international political economy. Due to his life and work experiences in Latin America, Manuel is also interested in socio-economic issues related to the Latin American continent and works on these in his studies.

He always has his bicycle with him: Whether to work, to university or for sports, Manuel and his vehicle belong together


Manuel Scherrle
  • Student Assistant

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