Christoph Kludt

Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Kludt

Working area(s)

  • Hydrogeochemistry (denitrification in groundwater)
  • Exchange processes between groundwater and surface water (natural tracers, drug degradation)

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Curriculum vitae

Born 09.08.1983 in Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany (GDR).

Academic and Professional Development

since 06/2012

PhD student (DBU Scholarship) at the Institute for Applied Geoscience, TU Darmstadt and the IWW Zentrum Wasser in a project of the Hessian Agency for Environment and Geology (HLUG).

Main emphases: “Process-oriented investigation of the nitrate-removal-capacity of the aquifers in the Hessian Ried”.

01.-05/2012

Research assistant in the hydrogeology group at the Institute of Applied Geoscience at the TUD.

08-12/2011

Associate scientist at the Hessian Agency for Environment and Geology (HLUG) in Wiesbaden.

12/2009 – 02/2010

Internship at the Hessian Agency for Environment and Geology (HLUG) in Wiesbaden.

12/2008 – 05/2011

Student assistant in the hydrogeology group at the Institute of Applied Geoscience at the TUD.

10/2004 – 06/2011

Studies at the Institute for Applied Geoscience at the TU Darmstadt.

Specification on: Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology.

Examination: DIPLOM-INGENIEUR GEOWISSENSCHAFTEN (Dipl.-Ing. Geowiss.)

Diploma thesis: „Degradation of pharmaceuticals in connection with redox-processes in the hyporheic zone between surface and groundwater – using the example of the Schwarzbach“ – TU Darmstadt, Institute of Applied Geoscience, Department Hydrogeologie

08/1996- 07/2003

General qualification for university entrance (Abitur, „allgemeine Hochschulreife“) at secondary school „Gymnasium im Stift Neuzelle“.

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