Prof. Dr. Helmut Geistlinger
Head of the Working Group
Experimental Simulation and Modeling
Vorlesung Bergakademie Freiberg


Helmut.Geistlinger@ufz.de


phone: ++49 (0) 345 558-5220
fax: ++49 (0)345 558-5559

Theodor-Lieser-Straße 4
06120 Halle (Saale), Germany


Helmut Geistlinger


University Education
1975-1980
Theoretical Physics, University of Leipzig, Germany
1980
1984
1997


Achieved Degrees: Diplom-Physiker (Dipl.-Phys.)
Doktor-rerum naturalium (Dr.-rer.nat.)
Doktor- habilitatus (Dr.-Ing. habil.)
Professional Experience
1980-1983
Research Assistant, Institute of Theoretical Physics, University Leipzig
1983-1986
Postdoc working on quantum-field methods for stochastical differential equations
1987-1991
Head of the Working Group 'Chemical Sensors' at the Technical University of Leipzig
1992-1997

Assistent of the Scientific Director of the UFZ
Since 1997
Head the Working Group "Experimental Simulation and Modeling"
Since 2004

Hon.-Prof. at the Technical University of Freiberg

Principal Research Interests

Multiscale-Multiphhase Modelling of Flow and Transport in Porous Media, Relating Experiment and Conceptual Model, Deterministic and Stochastic Approach



Publication list (recent papers in reviewd journals)

Geistlinger H, Ataei-Dadavi I, Mohammadian S, Vogel HJ (2015) The Impact of Pore structure and Surface Roughness on Capillary Trapping for 2D- and 3D-porous media: Comparison with Percolation theory. Water Resour Res, Special issue: Applications of Percolation theory, submitted.

Geistlinger H, Ataei-Dadavi I, Vogel HJ (2015) Influence of Surface Roughness on Capillary Trapping using 2D-Micromodel visualization experiments. Transp Porous Med, submitted.

Geistlinger H, Mohammadian S (2015) Capillary trapping mechanism in strongly water wet systems: comparison between experiment and percolation theory. Adv Water Resour, 79, 35–50. (Impact factor: 2.78)

Geistlinger H, Ataei-Dadavi I (2015) Influence of the Heterogeneous Wettability on Capillary Trapping in Glass-Beads Monolayers: Comparison between Experiments and the Invasion Percolation Theory. J. Colloid and Interface Sci, 459, 230 - 240. (Impact factor: 3.55)

Mohammadian S, Geistlinger H, Vogel HJ (2015) Quantification of gas-phase trapping within the capillary fringe using computed microtomography. Vadose Zone J, 14, doi:10.2136/vzj2014.06.0063. (Impact factor: 2.41)

Geistlinger H, Mohammadian S, Schlu¨ ter S, Vogel HJ (2014) Quantification of capillary trapping of gas clusters using X-ray microtomography. Water Resour Res, 50, 4514–29. (Impact factor: 3.55)

Lamert H, Geistlinger H, Werban U, Schuetze C, Peter A, Hornbruch G, Schulz A, Pohlert M, Kalia S, Beyer M, Großmann J, Dahmke A, Dietrich P (2012) Feasibility of geoelectrical monitoring and multiphase modeling for process understanding of gaseous C O2 injection into a shallow aquifer. Environ Earth Sci, doi 10.1007/s12665-012-1669-0. (Impact factor: 1.77)

Peter A, Lamert H, Beyer M, Hornbruch G, Heinrich B, Schulz A, Geistlinger H, Schreiber B, Dietrich P, Werban U, Vogt C, Richnow H, Großmann J, Dahmke A (2012) Investigation of the geochemical impact of CO2 on shallow groundwater: design and implementation of a CO2 injection test in Northeast Germany. Environ Earth Sci, doi 10.1007/s12665-012-1700-5.

Weymann D, Geistlinger H, von der Heide C, Well R, Flessa H (2010) Kinetics of N2O production and reduction in a nitrate-contaminated aquifer inferred from laboratory incubation experiments, Biogeosciences, 7, 503–543.

Geistlinger H, Jia R, Eisermann D, Stange CF (2010): Spatial and temporal variability of dissolved nitrous oxide in near-surface groundwater and bubble-mediated mass transfer to the unsaturated zone, J Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, DOI: 10.1002/jpln.200800278.

Geistlinger, H., D. Lazik, G. Krauss, H.-J. Vogel (2009) Pore Scale and Continuum Modeling of Gas Flow Pattern obtained by High-resolution-Optical Bench-Scale experiments. Water Resour Res, 45 W04423, DOI:10.1029/2007WR006548

Geistlinger, H., G. Krauss, D. Lazik, and L Luckner (2006), Direct gas injection into saturated glass beads: Transition from incoherent to coherent gas flow pattern, Water Resour Res, 42, W07403, doi:10.1029/2005WR004451.

Geistlinger, H., Beckmann, A., and D. Lazik (2005), Mass transfer between a Multicomponent trapped gas phase and a mobile water phase: Experiment and theory, Water Resour Res, 41, W11408, doi:10.1029/2004WR003885.

Lazik, D. and H. Geistlinger (2005) A new method for membrane-based gas measurements, Sensors and Actuators A 117 241-251.

Gödeke, St., H. Weiss, H. Geistlinger, A. Fischer, H. Richnow, und M. Schirmer (2004), Strömungs- und Tracertransportmodellierung am Natural Attenuation Standort Zeitz, Grundwasser 1, 3 - 11.

Lazik, D., Geistlinger, H., Krauss, G., Beckmann, A., and M. Schirmer (2002),Untersuchungen zum Strömungsverhalten und zur Lösungskinetik von Gasen im Mehrphasensystem "Aquifer", Grundwasser 3, 146-155.

Geistlinger, H., D. Lazik, A. Beckmann, D. Eisermann, G. Krauss, and U. Mayer (2002) Experimental and theoretical investigations of oxygen phase transfer: Reactive transport modelling of an in situ oxygen bubble wall, VCH-Wiley publication, 19 - 34.

Geistlinger, H., Eisermann, D., Lazik, D. & Weiss, H. (2001) Process Modelling of Oxygen Supply for Aerobic Biodegradation in the Presence of an Oxygen Bubble Wall, IAHS RedBook Series No. 274, 507 - 512.

Geistlinger, H., D. Lazik & A. Beckmann (2001) Experimental and Theoretical Investigations of Oxygen Phase Transfer, IAHS RedBook Series No. 274, 513 - 518.

Summer School on Flow and Transport in Terrestrial Systems
July 27-31, 2015 

Bonares - Centre fo Soil Research

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