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Current Projects

BIOLogy and Mars EXperiment (BIOMEX)

The stability of biogenic organic compounds and the potential of organisms to survive under Mars and space conditions are subjects of the "BIOlogy and Mars EXperiment" (BIOMEX). The project has two scientific objectives: 1. Definition of biosignatures: database development based on Raman analysis data of exposed samples. 2. Resistance capability of organisms and biomolecules against conditions of space and the martian surface; these date shall contribute to clarification if transport of life in space is possible (theory of Lithopanspermia) and if life could exist on Mars. more to: BIOLogy and Mars EXperiment (BIOMEX)

UWI Urban Water Interfaces (DFG research training group 2032)

The aim of this thesis is to study the potential of both defined and natural biofilm communities to degrade (recalcitrant) pollutants such as paracetamol, diclofenac, carbamazepine and iodinated contrast media of urban water systems. more to: UWI Urban Water Interfaces (DFG research training group 2032)

Experimental studies of the effects of thermal energy storage in an aquifer (Geo-En)

The aim of the project is to use highly efficient geothermal energy by means of the "Integral Probe Type II" and to develop an innovative process for its operation and thus to achieve a fundamental leap in performance. more to: Experimental studies of the effects of thermal energy storage in an aquifer (Geo-En)

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Development of a molecular biology-driven Online-Toximeter

In this project, in cooperation with the LAR GmbH, a new type of highly sensitive yet robust Online-Toximeter is developed for low-cost environmental monitoring of water quality. more to: Development of a molecular biology-driven Online-Toximeter

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Biodegradation of cylindrospermopsin by iron/manganese depositing bacteria

Cylindrospermopsin is an alkaloid toxin, produced by different cyanobacteria. It is considered hepatotoxic, cytotoxic and neurotoxic and has been detected all over the world. The biodegradation of these molecules could be a feasible and economic way to eradicate them. more to: Biodegradation of cylindrospermopsin by iron/manganese depositing bacteria

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Iron Bacteria / Well Clogging

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The project WellMa is a cooperation project with different partners out of research and industry. Aim of the project is to explore the processes and influencing variables of well clogging. Especially geological and hydrochemical, as well as the structural and operational conditions are of interest. more to: Iron Bacteria / Well Clogging

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Head of Chair

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Ulrich Szewzyk
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Room BH-N 604
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Consultation hours:
Wed 12:00 am - 1:00 pm

Secretariat

Bärbel Minx
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Room BH-N 603
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Adress Chair of Environmental Microbiology

Environmental Microbiology
Institute of Environmental Technology
Faculty Faculty of Process Sciences
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Ernst-Reuter-Platz 1
10587 Berlin
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