Lecture series

  • Microbial metabolites for metal scavenging, defense, and signaling

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Böttcher
    Department of Biological Chemistry, Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science, University of Vienna, Austria
    24.06.2021
    17:00 h
    Online
  • Opening the river bioreactor blackbox: Considering chemical diversity of natural organic matter in river networks

    Prof. Dr. Gabriel Singer
    Department of Ecology, University of Innsbruck, Austria
    27.05.2021
    17:00 h
    Online
  • Biogeochemical Cycling of Soil Organic Matter within Wildfire and Permafrost Thaw Affected Ecosystems

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Borch
    Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Colorado State University, USA
    20.05.2021
    17:00 h
    Online
  • Emerging antibiotic resistance in soil and plant systems

    DR. WEI ZHANG
    Department of Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences, Michigan State University, USA
    11.03.2021
    17:00 h
    Online
  • The habits of microplastic

    Prof. Dr. Bart Koelmans
    Wageningen University, Netherlands
    28.01.2021
    17:00 h
    Online
  • The role of human behaviour in plastic pollution

    Prof. Dr. Sabine Pahl
    Fakultät für Psychologie, Universität Wien
    21.01.2021
    17:00 h
    Online
  • Organic Biomolecule-Mineral Interactions in the Origins of Life

    Prof. Dr. Nita Sahai
    Department of Polymer Science, University of Akron, USA
    17.12.2020
    17:00 h
    Online
  • Environmental Geochemistry of Dissolved Mn(III) Species: Where are we now?

    Prof. Dr. Zimeng Wang
    Department of Environmental Sciences & Engineering, Fudan University, China
    03.12.2020
    17:00 h
    Online
  • Photochemically produced halogen radicals: contaminant degradation, organic matter bleaching and coral death

    Prof. Dr. William Mitch
    Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, USA
    19.11.2020
    17:00 h
    Online
  • Speleothems and Sediments as Archives for Paleogenetic Research on Human Evolution

    Dr. Mareike Stahlschmidt
    Department of Human Evolution, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
    12.11.2020
    17:00 h
    Online
  • Sustaining Groundwater in the Twenty-First Century

    Prof. Dr. Scott Fendorf
    Department of Earth System Science, Stanford University, USA
    29.10.2020
    17:00 h
    Online
  • The End of the Pipe: Using Aquatic Chemistry to Control Lead Concentrations in Tap Water

    Prof. Dr. Daniel Giammar
    Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering, Washington University, USA
    08.10.2020
    17:00 h
    Online (recording available at https://bit.ly/3jDmTpT)
  • Exposomics: A New Paradigm for Investigating Fate, Toxicity and Exposure of Environmental Contaminants

    Dr. Benedikt Warth
    Department of Food Chemistry and Toxicology, University of Vienna, Austria
    09.03.2020
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • ESR as a tool to investigate environmentally persistent and short-lived radicals

    Prof. Dr Marc Pignitter
    Department of Physiological Chemistry, University of Vienna, Austria
    27.01.2020
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • The environment as training ground: evolution and biology of intracellular microbes

    Prof. Dr Matthias Horn
    Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science, University of Vienna, Austria
    20.01.2020
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • Traces in the absolute dark: Cave sediments and their unique record of long-term terrestrial environmental change

    Prof. Dr Christoph Spötl
    Quaternary Research Group, University of Innsbruck, Austria
    16.12.2019
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • Climate Change Impacts on Rice: Soil Microbiome Controlling Grain Quantity and Quality

    Dr Marie Mühe
    Department of Geomicrobiology, University of Tübingen, Germany
    02.12.2019
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • Carbon cycling in groundwater ecosystems – what do we know and where are the knowledge gaps?

    Prof. Dr Christian Griebler
    Department of Limnology and Bio-Oceanography, University of Vienna, Austria
    18.11.2019
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • Global wildfires - trends, impacts and their role in the carbon cycle

    Dr Cristina Santin, Prof. Dr Stefan Doerr
    Department of Geography, Swansea University, UK
    11.11.2019
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • Computational modeling and learning methods for metagenomics of microbial and viral communities

    Prof. Dr Thomas Rattei
    Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science, University of Vienna, Austria
    21.10.2019
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • Some like it hot; the (geo)microbiology of the nuclear fuel cycle

    Prof. Dr. Jonathan R. Lloyd
    Professor of Geomicrobiology, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Manchester, UK
    24.06.2019
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • New insights into the global biogeochemical cycle of selenium

    Prof. Dr. Lenny Winkel
    Professor of Inorganic Environmental Geochemistry, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    17.06.2019
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • Nanomaterials : Not the next asbestos or What 20 years of nanomaterial implication research has taught us

    Prof. Dr. Mark Wiesner
    Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University, USA
    03.06.2019
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • Environmental redox-processes on the microscale - redox-active biofilms analyzed by modern X-ray microscopy

    Prof. Dr. Martin Obst
    BayCEER, University of Bayreuth, Germany
    20.05.2019
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • Microbes, Soils and Climate Change

    Prof. Dr. Andreas Richter
    Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science, University of Vienna, Austria
    13.05.2019
    16:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstrasse 14 UZA II, 1090 Vienna
  • New insights into N-cycle microbiology: Combining omics, chemical imaging, and physiology

    Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Michael Wagner
    Dean of the Centre for Microbiology and Environmental Systems Science, Division of Microbial Ecology, University of Vienna, Austria
    04.03.2019
    17:30 h
    Eberhard Clar-Saal (2B 204), Althanstraße 14 UZAII, 1090 Vienna
  • Phosphate mobility in soils as affected by colloidal transport and redox reactions

    Prof. Dr. Erik Smolders
    Division of Soil and Water Management, KU Leuven, Belgium
    07.01.2019
    16:30 h
    Althanstraße 14 UZAII, 1090 Vienna