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Klaus-Holger Knorr: Curriculum Vitae

CV Dr. Klaus-Holger Knorr


 Citizenship: German

date of birth: 5th February 1978 (Schorndorf)

E-mail: kh.knorr@uni-muenster.de



University of Bayreuth

2005-2008 PhD studies at the Department of Hydrology: Carbon, iron and sulfur-turnover in a temperate fen

1999-2005 Diploma studies in Geoecology; Main subjects hydrology, soil science, soil physics and agro ecology


2004-2005 Diploma thesis (in english): Influence of groundwater inflow conditions on the biogeochemical processes in acidic and iron rich sediments


ETH Zürich

2002/2003 Exchange student in winter term 02/03 at the ETH Zürich; studies in environmental sciences

Scholarships and Awards

10/2007 Bernd Rendel-Award of the German National Science Foundation (DFG)

2000-2004 Full Scholarship of the German National Academic Foundation

2002-2003 Sholarship for exchange stay at the ETH Zürich for one term (German National Academic Foundation)

Work experience

since 03/2013 Research Associate at the ILÖK, WWU Münster, Ecohydrology and Biogeochemistry Group

02/2009 - 2/2013 Research Associate at the Department of Hydrology, University of Bayreuth

08/2008 - 01/2009 Research Associate at the BayCEER Laboratory for Isotope Biogeochemistry (Prof. Dr. G. Gebauer)

03/2005 - 07/2008 Research Associate at the Department of Hydrology, University of Bayreuth, in the DFG Research Project BL563/7-2 , DFG Research Group FOR 562 (Soil Processes under extreme meteorological boundary conditions)

Further qualifications and activities

Member of the Scientific Board of the Annual Meeting of the German Limnological Society

Reviewing for international Journals (Applied Geochemistry, Acta Hydrochimica et Hydrobiologica, Biogeosciences, Contaminant Hydrology, Environmental Science and Technology, Hydrobiologia, Biogeochemistry, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta)

Member of the examination board of the Bachelor and Master studies in Geoecology

Member of international societies: American Geophysical Union (AGU), Geochemical Society (GS), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Limnologie (DGL), Deusche Gesellschaft für Moor und Torfkunde (DGMT)

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