HIGRADE Conference 2015. Photo: Gunnar Dreßler/UFZ

HIGRADE Conference

At the HIGRADE Conference, doctoral researchers in their final year present their work and HIGRADE alumni receive their HIGRADE Certificates.


HIGRADE Conference 2019

- 08 May 2019, UFZ Leipzig: KUBUS -


We invite all UFZ colleagues and our cooperation partners.



Registration: Please register here by 29 April!


Programme


2:00 pm
  • Welcome & Opening - Prof. Hauke Harms, Dr. Jula Zimmermann & Dr. Iris Köhler
  • Poster Pitches
3:00 pm Open Poster Session

4:30 pm Award Ceremony - Chair: Dr. Iris Köhler

  • Awarding of HIGRADE certificates and poster prizes
  • Keynote speaker: Dr. Hendrik Huthoff (Scientific Manager, Jena School for Microbial Communication)
               
5:30 pm
Get-together


Posters 2019

Chemicals in the Environment

  • 1 Andrea Ebert (AUC) "From permeability to toxicity"
  • 2 Anne Mendler (IMMU) "Chlorpyrifos and glyphosate treatment of commensal intestinal bacteria alters their modulation of MAIT cell activity in vitro"
  • 3 Isabel Kratochvil (MOLSYB) "Proteomics to develop nanomaterial grouping strategies in vitro and in vivo"
  • 4 Jannike Lea Krause (IMMU/MOLYSB) "Changes in pH can modify the ability of bacteria to stimulate MAIT cells"
  • 5 Konstantinos Giannopoulos (ANA) "Characterization of nanoparticles and their coatings in complex media"
  • 6 Sebastian Henz (OEKOTOX) "Modelling the effects of pesticides on the survival of aquatic macroinvertebrates"
  • 7 Stephanie Schäpe (MOLSYB) "Structural and functional stability during changing retention times of complex intestinal medium in in vitro bioreactors of a simplified human intestinal microbiota (SIHUMIx)"
  • 8 Erik Müller (WANA) "Computational models for pattern analysis of environmental mixtures"
  • 9 Katharina Halbach (ANA) tba
  • 10 Laura Krieg (MOLSYB) tba

Ecosystems of the Future

  • 11 Sara Wahdan (BOOEK) "Metabolically active and total microbiome in rhizosphere soil response to climate change in grassland ecosystem"
  • 12 Weiying Ouyang (ISOBIO) tba
  • 13 Charlotte Wiederkehr (CLE) "Environmental change and human migration - insights from synthesis approaches"
  • 14 Eleonore Slabbert (BZF) "Scale-dependent impact of land management on above- and below-ground biodiversity"
  • 15 Juliane Groth (CLE) "Why farmers choose to migrate under changing environmental conditions in the Ethiopian highlands – a qualitative comparative analysis"
  • 16 Lisanne Hölting (CLE) "Maintaining multiple ecosystem services: a European policy aim"
  • 17 Luis Daniel Prada Salcedo (BOOEK) "Influence of tree species richness on fungal communities and their ecosystem functions in different types of European forests"
  • 18 Marija Milanovic (BZF) "Trait-environmental relationship between native and non-native plant species"
  • 19 Niklas Hase (CLE) "Measurements and simulations of seasonal changes in canopy reflectance of a deciduous forest"
  • 20 Peter Dietrich (PHYDIV) "How does biodiversity loss affect the response of plant species to global change?"
  • 21 Julia Palliwoda (CLE) tba
  • 22 Maik Lucas (BOSYS) tba
  • 23 Peter Hofmann (UMB/PHYDIV) tba

Environment and Society

  • 24 Felix Reutter (OEKON) "Minimum distances for wind turbines – a model-based ecological-economic analysis"
  • 25 Julian R. Massenberg (OEKON) "Is there such a thing as 'social values of ecosystem services' ?"
  • 26 Matthias Jordan (BIOENERGIE) "Smart heating systems to fulfill climate targets in the German heat sector: findings from optimization modelling"

Environmental Engineering and Biotechnology

  • 27 Bin Liu (UMB) "The best bet to boost reactor microbiomes not being lazy"
  • 28 Federica Calabrese (ISOBIO) "Shaping single-cell metabolic heterogeneity in monoclonal microbial populations"
  • 29 Michaela Löffler (ISOBIO) "Tracking hydrogenase activity with hydrogen stable isotopes"
  • 30 Samuel Eziuzor (ISOBIO) "Anaerobic benzene mineralization by natural microbial communities from Niger Delta"
  • 31 Mariam Karagulyan (UBT) tba
  • 32 Sarah Sühnholz (TUCHEM) "New particles for protecting groundwater"

Smart Models / Monitoring

  • 33 Lukas Egli (OESA) "Temporal effects of climate, crop diversity and inputs on the variability of global agricultural production"
  • 34 Meike Will (OESA) "Count on insurance or on your friends? Modelling the effects of formal protection on risk-sharing networks"

Water Resources and Environment

  • 35 Larisa Tarasova (CATHYD) "The flood cookbook: ingredients and regional flavor across Germany"
  • 36 Alexander T. L. Vosshage (FLOEK) tba
  • 37 Izabela Bujak (CATHYD) tba
  • 38 Jarno Rouhiainen (CATHYD) tba
  • 39 Philipp Keller (SEEFO) "Greenhouse gas emissions from dry inland waters: mechanisms and quantification on local and global scale"