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Young Researcher Forum

Das "Young Researcher Forum" versteht sich als Plattform, um Sichtbarkeit und Austausch des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs zu fokussieren. Nachfolgend finden Sie die Postdocs nach Institutszugehörigkeit aufgelistet

 

Asad Asadzadeh  

Dr.-Ing. Asad Asadzadeh

 

Postdoc at IGG
PhD (Dr.-Ing.) in Geodesy, 2014

     
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Web  

www.psb.uni-bonn.de

Phone  

+49 228 73-3703

Academic career  

I am an urban planner with focus on urban resilience. I am interested in operationalizing the multifaceted concept of urban and community resilience as well as understanding factors that contribute to resilience and needed interventions to build and sustain it. I am also working on Inclusive Resilience as an integrated paradigm for cities facing ongoing or emerging stresses.

Research topics  

Operationalizing community resilience, Conceptualizing Inclusive Resilience

Key publications  

Asadzadeh. A, Kötter. T, Salehi. P, Birkmann. J (2017) Operationalizing a concept: The systematic review of composite indicator building for measuring community disaster resilience, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (IJDRR), Vol 25(4), p 147-162
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2017.09.015

Asadzadeh. A, Kötter. T, Zebardast. E (2015) An augmented approach for measuring disaster resilience using hybrid factor analysis and analytic network analysis (F’ANP) model, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (IJDRR), Vol 14(4), p 504-518
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2015.10.002

Asadzadeh. A, Kötter. T (2015.) Towards urban sustainability via disaster resilience assessment: a new set of seismic resilience indicators, Wessex Institute of Technology (WIT) Transactions on the Built Environment, Vol 168, p 963-974

Sikdir. S.K, Asadzadeh. A, Kussanna. E, Mallick. B, Kötter. T (2015) Stakeholders participation for climate resilience: a case of informal settlements regularization in Khulna City, Bangladesh, Journal of Urban and Regional Analysis, Vol7 (1), p 5-20

Asadzadeh. A, S. K. Sikder, F. Mahmoudi, & T. Kötter (2014) Assessing site selection of new towns using TOPSIS method under entropy logic: a case study: New Towns of Tehran Metropolitan Region (TMR), Journal of Environmental Management and Sustainable Development (EMSD), Vol 3(1), p 123-137

 

 

Melanie Bläsing  

Dr. agr. Melanie Bläsing

 

Postdoc at INRES
PhD (Dr. agr.), 2016

     
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Web  

https://www.boden.uni-bonn.de

Phone  

+49 228 73-2777

Academic career  

10/2015 – present:
Research assistant at the Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation (INRES) – Soil Science, Bonn University

10/2016 – 09/2017
Annemarie Schimmel scholarship from the University of Bonn

11/2011 – 03/2016
Dissertation „Inland navigation: Emission fingerprints in the environment after fuel regulation 2009/30/EC“ at INRES institute of the Bonn University, founded by a scholarship from the “Deutsche Bundesstiftung für Umwelt” (DBU)

11/2010 –10/2011
Work as a graduate assistant at the INRES institute of the University of Bonn

04/2004 –10/2010
Study: Dipl. Geography at the Cologne University Diploma thesis “Pesticide residues in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam: Soil and sediment analyses and methodical constraints“, in cooperation with the University of Bonn and the United Nations University (UNU-EHS).

Research topics  

Environmental chemistry, Environmental quality, Analysis of environmental pollutants in agricultural ecosystems

Academic awards  

Scholarship from Deutsche Bundesstiftung für Umwelt (DBU), Annemarie Schimmel-Scholarship from the University of Bonn

Key publications  

Bläsing, M. & Amelung, W. (2018): Plastic in soil: analytical methods and possible sources. Science of the Total Environment (612), 422-435

Bläsing, M.; Amelung, W.; Schwark, L. & Lehndorff, E. (2017): Inland navigation-PAH inventories in soil and vegetation after EU fuel regulation 2009/30/EC. Science of the Total Environment (584-585), 19–28

Kappenberg, A.; Bläsing, M.; Lehndorff, E. & Amelung, W. (2016): Black carbon assessment using benzene polycarboxylic acids: Limitations for organic-rich matrices. Organic Geochemistry (94), 47–51.

Bläsing, M.; Shao, Y. & Lehndorff, E. (2015): Fuel regulation in inland navigation: Reduced soil black carbon deposition in river valleys in Germany. Atmospheric Environment (120), 376–384.

van Toan, P.; Sebesvari, Z.; Bläsing, M.; Rosendahl, I. & Renaud, F. G. (2013): Pesticide management and their residues in sediments and surface and drinking water in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. The Science of the Total Environment (452), 28–39.

Activities   Coordination of the BMBF-project Soil3 (BONARES)

 

 

Jan-Martin Brockmann  

Dr.-Ing. Jan Martin Brockmann

 

Postdoc at IGG
PhD (Dr.-Ing.) in Geodesy, 2014

     
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http://www.tg.uni-bonn.de

Phone  

+49 228 73-7423

Academic career  

Jan Martin Brockmann started to work in the Theoretical Geodesy Group already as a student assistant in 2007. After the finalization of the diploma degree course “Vermessungswesen” and his diploma thesis in the Theoretical Geodesy group he received the degree Dipl.-Ing in 2008. 2008 he started in the Theoretical Geodesy group as a PhD candidate and worked in the context of gravity field recovery from observations collected by the satellite mission GOCE. As a member of the EGG-C and the ESA HPF Team he was involved in the official processing of the observations and contributed significantly to the generation of the gravity field models computed with the so called time-wise approach. The computational requirements brought lead towards the field of high performance computing. He defended his PhD thesis “On High Performance Computing in Geodesy — Applications in Global Gravity Field Determination” in that context in 2014. Since 2014 he is working as postdoctoral researcher in the group, still working in the context of high performance computing and global gravity field determination. Currently the focus is on the joint estimation and separation of gravity field and geodetic dynamic ocean topography models from altimetry observations. Here again high performance computing plays an important role.

Research topics  

High Performance Computing, Computational Geodesy, Gravity Field Determination, Data Combination, Numerical Methods and Solution Techniques, Estimation of Gravity Field and Dynamic Ocean Topography, Parametric Surface Modelling, Statistics and Adjustment Theory, Finite Elements

Academic awards  

2016: Winner of the “Wissenschaftspreis Geodäsie” of the DGK (German Geodetic Comission) for outstanding achievements in the field „Computational Geodesy“

2015: Faculty Award in Geodesy for an outstanding publication during PhD studies

2011: EGU Outstanding student poster (OSP) award

Key publications  

S. Becker, J. M. Brockmann, and W.-D. Schuh. Mean dynamic topography estimates purely based on GOCE gravity field models and altimetry. Geophysical Research Letters, 41(6):2063–2069, 2014a.
 https://doi.org/10.1002/2014GL059510

S. Becker, M. Losch, J. M. Brockmann, G. Freiwald, and W.-D. Schuh. A Tailored Computation of the Mean Dynamic Topography for a Consistent Integration into Ocean Circulation Models. Surveys in Geophysics, 35(6):1507–1525, 2014b.
 https://doi.org/10.1007/s10712-013-9272-90

J. M. Brockmann, N. Zehentner, E. Höck, R. Pail, I. Loth, T. Mayer-Gürr, and W.-D. Schuh. EGM_TIM_RL05: An independent Geoid with Centimeter Accuracy purely based on the GOCE Mission. Geophysical Research Letters, 41(22):8089–8099, 2014a.
 https://doi.org/10.1002/2014GL061904

J. M. Brockmann, L. Roese-Koerner, and W.-D. Schuh. A concept for the estimation of high-degree gravity field models in a high performance computing environment. Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica, 58(4):571–594, 2014b.
 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11200-013-1246-3

R. Pail, S. Bruinsma, F. Migliaccio, C. Förste, H. Goiginger, W.-D. Schuh, E. Höck, M. Reguzzoni, J. M. Brockmann, O. Abrikosov, M. Veicherts, T. Fecher, R. Mayrhofer, I. Krasbutter, F. Sansò, and C. C. Tscherning. First GOCE gravity field models derived by three different approaches. Journal of Geodesy, 85(11):819, 2011.
 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00190-011-0467-x

Activities  

PI of DFG project: PArametric determination of the dynamic ocean topography from geoid, altimetric sea surface heights and SAR derived RAdial SURface Velocities — PARASURV

Review activities for various Journals, see my Publons profile, Member of the European GOCE Gravity Consortium (EGG-C)

Member of the scientific committee “ESA Living Planet Symposium 2016”

Member of the IGG Institutsvorstand (occasionally)

Member of the Studienkommision Geodäsie und Geoinformation (occasionally)

 

 

Youness Dehbi  

Dr.-Ing. Youness Dehbi

 

Postdoc at IGG
PhD (Dr.-Ing.) in Geodesy, 2016

     
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https://www.geoinfo.uni-bonn.de

Phone  

+49 228 73-3528

Academic career  

Youness Dehbi studied computer science at the University of Bonn. After his graduation 2008, he started to work as scientific assistant in the group of Prof. Lutz Plümer at the Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation at the University of Bonn. After receiving his Ph.D. there, he is now working in the group of Prof. Jan-Henrik Haunert as PostDoctoral associate.

Research topics  

Machine learning and automatic reasoning for 3D building modelling

Academic awards    
Key publications  

Dehbi, Y, Hadiji, F, Gröger, G, Kersting, K, and Plümer, L (2017). Statistical Relational Learning of Grammar Rules for 3D Building Reconstruction Transactions in GIS, 21(1):134-150.

Loch-Dehbi, S, Dehbi, Y, and Plümer, L (2017). Estimation of 3D Indoor Models with Constraint Propagation and Stochastic Reasoning in the Absence of Indoor Measurements ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 6(3, article number = 90).

Dehbi, Y, Gröger, G, and Plümer, L (2016). Identification and modelling of translational and axial symmetries and their hierarchical structures in building footprints by formal grammars Transactions in GIS, 20(5):645-663.

Dehbi, Y, Staat, C, Mandtler, L, and Plümer, L (2016). Incremental refinement of facade models with attribute grammar from 3D point clouds ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, III-3:311-316.

Dehbi, Y and Plümer, L (2011). Learning grammar rules of building parts from precise models and noisy observations ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 66(2):166 - 176.

 

 

Christoph Holst  

Dr.-Ing. Christoph Holst

 

Postdoc at IGG
PhD (Dr.-Ing.) in Geodesy, 2015

     
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Web  

www.gib.uni-bonn.de
ResearchGate
Google Scholar
ORCID
Publons
XING

Phone  

+49 228 73-3570

Academic career  

Since 2015:
Leader of Research Group “Laserscanning and Surface Analyses”, IGG, University of Bonn

2015:
PhD-thesis with title “Analysis of the configuration at approximating irregularly sampled surfaces based on levellings and terrestrial laser scans”, IGG, University of Bonn

2010-2015:
Research Assistant, IGG, University of Bonn

2008-2010:
Study of Master of Science Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn

2005-2008:
Study of Bachelor of Science Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn

Research topics  

Terrestrial Laser Scanning, Calibration and Testing of Geodetic Instruments, Area-based Deformation Analyses

Academic awards  

Award of the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Bonn in the Department Geodesy and Geoinformation for an outstanding publication during the PhD

Key publications  

Holst, C., Kuhlmann, H. (2016) Challenges and Present Fields of Action at Laser Scanner Based Deformation Analyses, J. Appl. Geodesy, 10 (1), S. 17-25

Holst, C., Eling, C., Kuhlmann, H. (2013) Automatic optimization of height network configurations for detection of surface deformations, J. Appl. Geodesy, 7 (2), S. 103-113

Holst, C., Burghof, M., Kuhlmann, H. (2014) Modeling the beam deflection of a gantry crane under load, J. Surv. Eng., 140 (1), S. 52-59

Dupuis, J., Holst, C., Kuhlmann, H. (2016) Laser Scanner Based Growth Analysis of Plants as a New Challenge for Deformation Monitoring, J. Appl. Geodesy, 10 (1), S. 37-44

Holst, C., Schunck, D., Nothnagel, A., Haas, R., Wennerbäck, L., Olofsson, H., Hammargren, R., Kuhlmann, H. (2017) Terrestrial laser scanner two-face measurements for analyzing the elevation-dependent deformation of the Onsala Space Observatory 20-m radio telescope's main reflector in a bundle adjustment, Sensors, 17 (8), 1833

Activities  

Guest in Working Group 4 “Engineering Geodesy” of the DVW - Society for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management

Organization of conference “Terrestrial Laser Scanning” of the DVW in 2016 and 2018

Reviewer for several Journals and Conferences

 

 

Morteza Hosseini-Ghaffari NEU  

Dr. Morteza Hosseini-Ghaffari

 

Postdoc at ITW
Ph.D. in Ruminant Physiology and Nutrition, 2013

     
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www.itw.uni-bonn.de

Phone  

+49 228 73-2462

Academic career  

Dr. Morteza Hosseini Ghaffari graduated with B.Sc. (2004) and M.Sc. (2007) degrees in Animal Sciences from University of Kurdistan and Isfahan University of Technology, respectively. In 2013, he obtained his Ph.D. in Animal Science (Ruminant Nutrition) from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad. For sabbatical leave (2011-2012), he joined the Rumen Microbiology Group at the University of Western Australia. He then spent one year to complete his postdoctoral training in Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science at University of Alberta, Canada (2016-2017). In November 2017, he joined the University of Bonn (Germany), where he is currently a research associate in the Institute for Animal Science Physiology & Hygiene Under the supervision of Prof. Helga Sauerwein. Dr. Ghaffari is investigating the impacts of early-life nutritional factors on the calf’s biological outcomes later in life and also regulation of metabolic pathways in transition cows.

Research topics  

Early-life nutrition, Transition cow physiology, and Molecular biology

Academic awards  

Educational Elites Award. 2007. (IUT)

Key publications  

Ghaffari M.H., Khafipour E, Steele MA. 2017. Systems Biology and Ruminal Acidosis. In: Amteaj, B. (eds) Periparturient Disease of Dairy Cows pp. 51-69. Springer, Cham.
Book Chapter: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-43033-1_4

Ghaffari, M. H., J.A. R. MacPherson, H. Berends, M. A. Steele. 2017. Postprandial and diurnal variations of blood metabolites in healthy calves fed a high plane of milk replacer nutrition twice daily determined by NMR spectroscopy: a case report. BMC Veterinary Research. 23;13(1):271.
https://doi.org/10.1186/s12917-017-1185-2

Imani, M. M. Mirzaei, B. Baghbanzadeh-Nobari, Ghaffari, M. H. 2017. Effects of forage provision to dairy calves on growth performance and rumen fermentation: A meta-analysis and meta-regression. Journal of Dairy Science. 100:1136–1150;
https://doi.org/10.3168/jds.2016-11561

Bahrami-yekdangi, M. G. R. Ghorbani, M. Khorvash, M. A. Khan, and Ghaffari, M. H. 2016.Reducing crude protein and rumen degradable protein with a constant concentration of rumen undegradable protein in the diet of dairy cows: Production performance, nutrient digestibility, nitrogen efficiency, and blood metabolites. Journal of Animal Science, 94(2):718-25.
https://doi.org/10.2527/jas.2015-9947

Ghaffari, M. H., and Z. Durmic, D. Real, P. Vercoe, G. Smith, C. Oldham. 2015. Furanocoumarins in tedera do not affect ruminal fermentation in ‎continuous culture. Animal Production Science; 55, 544–550.
https://doi.org/10.1071/AN13335

 

 

Maria Kaborn  

Dr. techn. Maria Karbon

 

Postdoc at IGG
PhD (Dr.-techn.) in Geodesy and Geoinformation, 2013

     
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Web  

www.gib.uni-bonn.de

Phone  

+49 228 73-5363

Academic career  

since 10/2017
Research Scientist at Universität Bonn, Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation

01/2013 ‐ 05/2017
Research Scientist at the GFZ German Research Centre for Geoscience, Potsdam Department 1: Geodesy, Section: Space geodetic techniques

04/2013
Dissertation in Vermessungswesen und Geoinformation, Technische Universität Wien "Atmospheric effects on measurements of the Earth gravity field"

04/2009 ‐ 12/2012
Project Assistant at Technische Universität Wien, Institute for space geodesy

03/2009
Diploma in Vermessungswesen und Geoinformation, Technische Universität Wien "Kinematische Analyse einer Massenbewegung auf Basis von geodätischen und geomorphologischen Daten."

Research topics  

VLBI, Reference Frames, Kalman Filtering, geophysical signals in geodetic observations

Key publications  

Maria Karbon, Kyriakos Balidakis, Santiago Belda, Tobias Nilsson, Jan Hagedorn, Harald Schuh (2018): Long term evaluation of ocean tidal variation models of Polar motion and UT1, Pure and Applied Geophysics, 1-19
 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00024-018-1866-1, online first

Maria Karbon, Benedikt Soja, Tobias Nilsson, Zhiguo Deng, Robert Heinkelmann, Harald Schuh (2017): Earth orientation parameters from VLBI determined with a Kalman filter, In Geodesy and Geodynamics, Volume 8, Issue 6, Pages 396-407, ISSN 1674-9847
 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geog.2017.05.006.

Karbon, M, Heinkelmann, R., Mora-Diaz, J., Xu, M., Nilsson, T., Schuh, H. (2017): The extension of the parametrization of the radio source coordinates in geodetic VLBI and its impact on the time series analysis. Journal of Geodesy
 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00190-016-0954-1

Activities   Member of Working Group 1.4.3 of the Sub-commission 1.4 of the International Asso-ciation of Geodesy (IAG): Improving VLBI-based ICRF and link to the Gaia-based CRF (GCRF)

 

Dr. Stefanie Müller-Schüssele

 

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Dr. rer. nat. Stefanie Müller-Schüssele

 

Postdoc at INRES
PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) in Biology, 2012

     
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Web  

www.redox.uni-bonn.de

Phone  

+49 228 73-54260

Academic career  

Doctoral studies in the Spemann Graduate School of Biology and Medicine at Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg

Trinational Diploma in Biotechnology (Ecole Supérieure de Biotechnologie Strasbourg) at the Universities of Strasbourg/Basel/Freiburg/Karlsruhe

Diploma thesis at the University of Oxford

Research stay at the John Innes Centre Norwich

Research topics  

Plant organelle biology: dynamics, membrane contact sites, redox homeostasis, fluorescent protein biosensors

Academic awards  

Scholarship of the German Academic National Foundation

Key publications  

Attacha, S., D. Solbach, K. Bela, A. Moseler, S.Wagner, M. Schwarzländer, I. Aller, S. J. Müller, A. J. Meyer (2017): „Glutathione peroxidase-like enzymes cover five distinct cell compartments and membrane-surfaces in Arabidopsis thaliana” Plant Cell & Environment 40(8), 1281-1295

Gütle, D.D., T. Roret, S.J. Müller, J. Couturier, S.D. Lemaire, A. Hecker, T. Dhalleine, B.B. Buchanan, R. Reski, O. Einsle, J.P. Jacquot (2016): „Chloroplast FBPase and SPBase are thioredoxin-linked enzymes with similar architecture but different evolutionary histories” PNAS 113, 6779-6784

Hoernstein S.N.W., S.J. Mueller, K. Fiedler, M. Schuelke, J. Vanselow, C. Schuessele, D. Lang, R. Nitschke, A. Schlosser, R. Reski (2016): „Identification of targets and interaction partners of arginyl-tRNA protein transferase in the moss Physcomitrella patens“ Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 15, 1808-1822

Mueller, S.J., R. Reski (2015): “Mitochondria and ER connectivity: the plant perspective” Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology 3, 78

Mueller, S.J., D. Lang, S.N.W. Hoernstein, E.G.E. Lang, C. Schuessele, A. Schmidt, M. Fluck, D. Leisibach, C. Niegl, A.D. Zimmer, A. Schlosser, R. Reski (2014): „Quantitative analysis of the mitochondrial and plastid proteomes of the moss Physcomitrella patens reveals protein macrocompartmentation and microcompartmentation“ Plant Physiology 164, 2081-2095

Complete List:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Stefanie_Mueller-Schuessele/contributions

Activities   Member of the “Plant Mitochondria in New Light” Initiative

 

 

Marie-Christine Simon  

Dr. oec. troph. Marie-Christine Simon

 

Postdoc at IEL
PhD (Dr. oec. troph.) in Nutrition Science, RD, 2013

     
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Web  

www.nutrition.uni-bonn.de

Phone  

+49 228 73-3814

Academic career  

Marie-Christine Simon performed in-depth human clinical trials during her PhD at the German Diabetes Center, Duesseldorf, investigating e.g. the impact of probiotics on insulin resistance, incretin effect and inflammatory status in obese and lean healthy subjects. Thus, she has a very profound knowledge on diabetes-related metabolic and immunologic changes and brings her scientific understanding from her studies of nutrition sciences at the University of Bonn. Furthermore, she is certificated as Clinical Research Associate, University Frankfurt, Germany and as Registered Dietician. This and her broad expertise in clinical research, highly qualifies her to perform advanced professional nutritional intervention studies. She has a strong background on microbiome research which she gained during her post-doctoral training at Fredrik Bäckheds Lab, Wallenberg Laboratory at the University Gothenburg. Thus, with her extensive experience she aims for mechanistic understanding of the involvement of the microbiome in the physiology and pathophysiology, covering of key aspects of nutrition and metabolism.

Research topics  

Nutrition, Gut Microbiome, Metabolism

Academic awards  

Nutricia-Research Award for clinical nutrition 2016

Karl-Oberdisse-Award 2014

Poster Prize 2012 at the Annual Conference of the European Nutraceutical Association (ENA)

Key publications  

Crommen S, Simon M C. Microbial Regulation of Glucose Metabolism and Insulin Resistance. Genes 2017 Dec 29;9(1)

Simon M C, Strassburger K, Nowotny B, Kolb H, Nowotny P, Burkart V, Zivehe F, Hwang J H, Stehle P, Pacini G, Hartmann B, Holst J J, MacKenzie C R, Henrich B, Schloot N C, Roden M. Intake of Lactobacillus reuteri increases incretin and insulin secretion in glucose tolerant human subjects Diabetes Care 2015;38:1–8

Simon M C, Bilan S, Nowotny B, Dickhaus T, Burkart V, Schloot N C; Fatty acids modulate cytokine and chemokine secretion of stimulated human whole blood cultures in diabetes Clinical and Experimental Immunology 2013, Jun;172(3):383-93

Activities  

Member of the Nutrition Committee of the German Diabetes Association
Mentoring for Master and Graduate Students

 

Dr. Julia Steinhoff-Wagner

 

Julia Steinhoff-Wagner  

Dr. Julia Steinhoff-Wagner

 

Postdoc at ITW
PhD (Dr. agr.) in Animal Science, 2010

     
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Web  

www.pgm.uni-bonn.de
www.steinhoff-wagner.com

Phone  

+49 228 73-1977
+49 171 3579809

Academic career  

2015 - current
Post doctoral fellow at the Institute of Animal Science, Unit Animal Nutrition, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany

2013 - 2015
Post doctoral fellow at the Childrens Nutrition Research Center, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA

2012 - 2013
Post doctoral fellow at the Leibniz Institute of Farm Animal Biology

2010 - 2011
Dummerstorf, Germany and on sabbatical in Alamogordo, NM, USA

2011 - 2012
Doctoral degree, Agriculture, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany

2010 Concentrations
Nutritional Physiology Dissertation: "A Postnatal adaptation of the glucose metabolism in newborn calves is dependent on ontogenesis and colostrum feeding"

Research topics  

Health and welfare of newborn farm animals, protein quality of milk and colostrum, glucose metabolism, amino acid supplementation, intestinal microbiome, thermoregulation, reduction of antibiotic treatments and resistant bacteria

Academic awards  

Maria von Linden Award, University of Bonn, 2017

Postdoctoral Annemarie Schimmel- Award, University of Bonn, 2015

DAAD Reintegration Grant, 2014

Free Registration Award (European Society of Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism), 2012

Congress Participation Grant (German Academic Exchange Service, 2010)

German – France staff exchange program PROCOPE, PPP, German Academic Exchange Service, 2009

Congress Participation Grant, German Academic Exchange Service, 2009

 

Key publications  

Sadri, H., Steinhoff-Wagner, J., Hammon, H., Bruckmaier, R., Görs, S., Sauerwein, H.: mTOR signaling and ubiquitin proteasome-related gene expression in three different skeletal muscles of colostrum versus formula fed calves (2017). J Dairy Sci. 100: 9428-41.

Steinhoff-Wagner, J., Ilg, Y., Tappe, E.-V., Bögel, F., Lehnert, S., Lehnert, H., Petersen, B.: One Health-Konzepte und ihre Umsetzung – Forschungsprojekte, Hochschulausbildung und Netzwerkinitiativen (2017). ATD 2: 101-104.

Steinhoff-Wagner, J., Columbus, D., Suryawan, A., Nguyen, H.V., Hernandez-Garcia, A., Fiorotto, M., Davis, T.A.: Impact of prolonged leucine supplementation on protein synthesis and lean growth in neonatal pigs (2015). AJP-Endocrinology and Metabolism 309, 6: E601-E610.

Steinhoff-Wagner, J., Schönhusen, U., Zitnan, R., Hudakova, M., Pfannkuche, H., Hammon, H.M.: Ontogenic changes of villus growth, lactase activity, and intestinal glucose transporters in preterm and term born calves with and without prolonged colostrum feeding (2015). PLoS One. 10 (5).

Steinhoff-Wagner, J., Zitnan, R., Schönhusen, U., Pfannkuche, H., Hudakova, M., Metges, C.C., Hammon, H.M.: Diet effects on glucose absorption in the small intestine of neonatal calves: Importance of intestinal mucosal growth, lactase activity, and glucose transporters (2014). J Dairy Sci. 97: 6358-69.

 

Activities  

Memberships in Scientific societies:

ASN (American Society for Nutrition) since 2012

ASAS (American Society of Animal Science) since 2012

EAAP (European Federation of Animal Science) since 2012

ResearchGate since 2012

ADSA (American Dairy Science Association) since 2009

GWP (Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaft um das Pferd) since 2005, board member since 2015

 

Teaching Qualification:

“eTeaching Certificate”, 2015-2018 NRW certified on-the-job teaching program, BZH University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany

“Professional Lecturer in Academia”, 2014-2016 NRW certified on-the-job teaching program, BZH University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany

 

 

Hugo Storm  

Dr. agr. Hugo Sturm

 

Postdoc at ILR
PhD (Dr. agr.) in Agricultural Economics, 2014

     
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Web  

www.ilr.uni-bonn.de

Phone  

+49 228 73 2858

Academic career  

I am an Agricultural economist with a focus on applied econometrics and machine learning. I am interested in the digitalization of agriculture, particularly, in the use of Machine Learning to enhance agricultural and the analysis of the social and environmental impacts of this process. I am also working on Deep Learning methods for applied policy analysis.

Research topics  

Applied econometrics, deep learning, digitalization of agriculture, policy analysis, farm structural change

Academic awards  

Faculty award, Agricultural Faculty, University Bonn, 2015

Key publications  

Rasch, S., T. Heckelei, H. Storm, R. Oomen and C. Naumann (2017): Multi-scale resilience of a communal rangeland system in South Africa. Ecological Economics 131:129-138.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.08.0128

Storm, H., T. Heckelei and R.C. Mittelhammer (2016): Bayesian estimation of non-stationary Markov models combining micro and macro data. European Review of Agricultural Economics, 43(2):303-329.
https://doi.org/10.1093/erae/jbv018

Storm, H., T. Heckelei, M. Espinosa and S. Gomez y Paloma (2015): Short Term Prediction of Agricultural Structural Change using Farm Accountancy Data Network and Farm Structure Survey Data. German Journal of Agricultural Economics, 64(3).

Storm, H., K. Mittenzwei and T. Heckelei (2015): Direct payments, spatial competition and farm survival in Norway. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 97(4):1192-1205.
https://doi.org/10.1093/ajae/aau085

Storm, H., T. Heckelei and C. Heidecke (2011): Estimating irrigation water demand in the Moroccan Drâa Valley using contingent valuation. Journal of Environmental Management, 92(10):2803-2809.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2011.06.027

 

 

Dominik Weiss  

Dr. rer. pol. Dominik Weiss

 

Postdoc at IGG
PhD (Dr.-rer pol.) in Economics, 2011

     
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www.psb.uni-bonn.de

Phone  

+49 228 73-4657

Academic career  

Since 2011, Dominik Weiß has been working on third-party funded projects in the Chair of Urban Planning and Land Management and he is involved in teaching in a variety of ways. He studied spatial planning and economics at the Universities of Dortmund and Karlsruhe (TH). During his position as a researcher in the Department of Urban Economics at the Leibniz Institute for Economic Research Halle (IWH), he did his doctorate at the Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg. He is active in various working groups and networks, such as the Academy of Spatial Research and Planning (ARL), and has been a lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development at the Vietnamese German University (VGU) in Ho Chi Minh City.

Research topics  

Economic Aspects of urban development, Assessment of urban resilience.

Key publications  

Rosenfeld, Martin T. W.; Weiß, D: Effects of Urban Renewal on Non-subsidised Property Owners: Evidence from East Germany, in: Town Planning Review, Vol. 86 (3), 2015, pp. 303-324.

Erwin Drixler, Frank Friesecke, Theo Kötter, Alexandra Weitkamp, Dominik Weiß: Kommunale Bodenpolitik und Baulandmodelle – Strategien für bezahlbaren Wohnraum? Eine vergleichende Analyse in deutschen Städten. Schriftenreihe des DVW – Gesellschaft für Geodäsie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement e.V. Band 76. Wißner, Augsburg 2014

Michelsen, Claus; Weiß, Dominik: What happened to the East German Housing Market? A Historical Perspective on the Role of Public Funding, in: Post-Communist Economies, Vol. 22 (3), 2010, S. 387-409.

 

 

Peng Yu NEU  

Dr.-Ing. Peng Yu

 

Postdoc at INRES
PhD (Dr.-Ing.) in Plant Nutrition, 2016

     
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Web  

www.hochholdinger-lab.uni-bonn.de

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+49 228 73-54280

Academic career  

My research interests are largely direct towards to understanding the genomics and biology of postembryonic root development. I am particularly interested in exploring how postembryonic root development and how they respond to environmental signals during my PhD study in China Agricultural University from 2009 to 2016. During my PhD study, I have systemic physiological, anatomical and genetic training that aided me in investigating the role of environmental nitrogen stimulation on lateral root development. From 2013 to 2015, I was holding a visiting scholar at the Crop Functional Genomics, INRES, University of Bonn and for the first time I found the cell type specific transcriptome signature during lateral root initiation in maize. During my continuous postdoc work since 2016, I mainly aim to further target the genetic and genomic control of lateral root initiation and its regulation by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in maize. My current work has shown an interesting transcriptional factor which modulates the interaction between root and microbe. For my future independent DFG funding, I will continuously work on lateral root initiation mechanism in crops and how these genetic resources application into the agriculture.

Research topics  

Genetics and genomics of maize root development

Academic awards  

Outstanding PhD Thesis in China Agricultural University
Outstanding PhD Graduates in Beijing, China
National PhD Student Awards in China
China Council Scholarship (CSC) Fellowship

Key publications  

Yu P, Wang C, Baldauf JA, Tai H, Gutjahr C, Hochholdinger F, Li C (2018) Root type and soil phosphate determine the taxonomic landscape of colonizing fungi and the transcriptome of field-grown maize roots. New Phytol 217: 1240-1253.

Yu P, Gutjahr C, Li C, Hochholdinger F (2016) Genetic control of lateral root formation in cereals. Trends Plant Sci 21: 951-961.

Yu P, Baldauf JA, Lithio A, Marcon C, Nettleton D, Li C, Hochholdinger F (2016) Root type specific reprogramming of maize pericycle transcriptomes by local high nitrate results in disparate lateral root branching patterns. Plant Physiol 170: 1783-1798.

Yu P, Eggert K, von Wirén N, Li C, Hochholdinger F (2015) Cell-type specific gene expression analyses by RNA-Seq reveal local high nitrate triggered lateral root initiation in shoot-borne roots of maize by modulating auxin-related cell cycle-regulation. Plant Physiol 169: 690-704.

Yu P, Hochholdinger F, Li C (2015) Root-type-specific plasticity in response to localized high nitrate supply in maize (Zea mays). Ann Bot 116: 751-762.

Activities  

Review editor in Frontiers in Plant Science

 

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