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Aufenthalte von Gastwissenschaftlern im BioSC

Name Institution Research topics Staying period

Core Group

Research Area
Prof. Gregory LeFevre Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Iowa University, USA Biotransformation and fate of emerging contaminants, Immobilization of enzymes for biotransformation on reactive surfaces, Bioretention / engineered natural treatment systems plant processes and pollutants, Stormwater quality and management, Nonpoint pollutants, including pesticides, Water reuse Mid of 2018 Prof. Schwaneberg

Dr. Alexei Solovchenko Faculty of Biology, Moscow State University, Russia Photophysiology of microalgae and plants, bio-optical spectroscopy, microalgal biotechnology and phytoremediation, pigment and lipid metabolism, biofuel and carotenoids from microalgae End of 2014 Prof. Schurr

Dr. Linda Arata Department of Agricultural and Food Economics, Università Cattolica, Piacenza,
Farm-level models, risk modeling and risk management, agri-environmental
schemes, bioeconomic modeling
Start of 2015 Prof. Finger
Martin Brückner Institute for Ecological
Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Industrial Ecology, environmental accounting, MFA, land use, input-output analysis, LCA Start of 2015 Prof. Börner
Prof. Dr. L. Martin Cloutier Department of Management and Technology, School of Management, University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada Group decision-support systems for executives: system dynamics, group concept mapping (GCM), bioeconomic value chains and innovation, entrepreneurial support management, besign of mixed research methods in social sciences June 2015 Prof. Bröring
Dr. Cheng Zhou National Key Laboratory of Microbial Resources, Institute of
Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IMCAS), Beijing, China
Novel extremozyme discovery
and its biotechnological application, protein engineering and
expression, plant biomass degradation and refine by alkaline and thermostable
hemicellulase and pectinase, physiology and industrial
application of alkaliphiles, function and application of salt
and alkaline stress related genes and proteins
November 2015 Prof. Schwaneberg
Dr. Biagia Musio University of Cambridge, Dep. of Chemistry, Cambridge, Great Britain Fully integrated continuous flow processes for access to forbidden chemistries, new reactivities and sequential complexity generation September - November 2015 Prof. Wiechert/Prof. Pohl