Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Kludt
- Hydrogeochemistry (denitrification in groundwater)
- Exchange processes between groundwater and surface water (natural tracers, drug degradation)
Born 09.08.1983 in Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany (GDR).
Academic and Professional Development
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”.
Research assistant in the hydrogeology group at the Institute of Applied Geoscience at the TUD.
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
General qualification for university entrance (Abitur, „allgemeine Hochschulreife“) at secondary school „Gymnasium im Stift Neuzelle“.