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Dr. Wernfried Schier, Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (DESEE), University of Kassel 20.07.2010
Organization Name:University of Kassel 
Department/Unit:Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (DESEE) 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:The Department of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (DESEE) is a part of the Institute for Water, Waste and Environment (IWWE) within the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Prof. Frechen is Head of the Department since 1996. All issues of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering are considered in research and education. Up to 10 diploma theses are written per year. Up to now, 18 PhD theses, 1 postdoctoral lecturer qualification and two appointments to honorary professor have been realized. Research activities at DESEE take place in the fields of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment, membrane technology concerning the treatment of water (core aspect is water supply in cases of disasters), wastewater and sludge with special regards to ECP impact on fouling, particle separation and mechanical pre-treatment, anaerobic treatment of industrial wastewater, Odours and VOCs release and abatement technologies, advanced treatment of combined sewer overflows with wetlands, hygienic and parasite research. Prof. Frechen chairs the German DWA committees for Membrane Technology and for Odours and VOCs. Additionally he chairs the IWA Specialist group on Odours and VOCs. Employees of the department are working in more than 20 national and international bodies. 
Dr. Nicole Biebow, EU Research Funding, Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research 20.07.2010
Organization Name:Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research 
Department/Unit:EU Research Funding 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:Polar and Marine research are central themes of Global system and Environmental Science. The Alfred Wegener Institute conducts research in the Arctic, the Antarctic and at temperate latitudes. It coordinates Polar research in Germany and provides both the necessary equipment and the essential logistic back up for polar expeditions. Recent additional research themes include North Sea Research, contributions to Marine Biological Monitoring, Marine Pollution Research, Investigation of naturally occuring marine substances and technical marine developments. 
Prof. Stephan Theobald, Department of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Kassel 20.07.2010
Organization Name:University of Kassel 
Department/Unit:Department of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:The Department of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management at the University of Kassel has profound experiences with basic oriented as well as application oriented research. The application-oriented activities of the department include environment-friendly flood protection, river development, regenerative energy source like hydro power, hydrodynamic-numerical simulation of flow, management of impounded river systems, river basin management and in the field of the WFD. The main focus is the development and improvement of methods, tools and models, which serve to identify the impact of different measures and to provide a basis for later implementation concepts. The range of application is manifold; depending on method it can vary from river basin modelling to near field analysis of hydraulic structures. Projects were commissioned by the Regional Councils of Kassel, Darmstadt, and Gießen, The Hessian Ministry of Environment, Energy, Rural Area and Consumer Protection (HMUELV), the Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute (BAW), The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the European Union. Investigations of the Department covered national as well as international contexts and encompassed studies on the region of Hessian up to regions abroad like the Panama Canal. 
Dr. Michael Kern, General Manager, Witzenhausen-Institut für Abfall, Umwelt und Energie GmbH 20.07.2010
Organization Name:Witzenhausen-Institut für Abfall, Umwelt und Energie GmbH (Witzenhausen-Institut for Waste, Environment and Energy Ltd.) 
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Short description of the organization/department/research team:Witzenhausen-Institut GmbH which was founded in 1989 by Prof. Dr. Klaus Wiemer and Dr. Michael Kern emerged from the University of Kassel. Since 2000 it is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leonardon Management & Consulting GmbH. It consists of a team of committed engineers and scientists of different special subjects. 15 employees develop interdisciplinary overall solutions for the particular client. Witzenhausen-Institut GmbH has become known beyond Germany as a service company in the fields of waste and environment due to the annually arranged Kasseler Abfallforum (Kassel Waste Forum), the largest German conference and fair for waste management and bioenergy. In the fields of renewable energy and engineering the company has made itself a name for its implementation-oriented concepts, research and particularly its engineering works. 
Mr. Swen Klauß, Research, engineer consulting, training, governmental consulting, Centre for Sustainable Building 20.07.2010
Organization Name:Centre for Sustainable Building (Orig.: Zentrum für Umweltbewusstes Bauen e.V. – ZUB) 
Department/Unit:Research, engineer consulting, training, governmental consulting 
Short description of the organization/department/research team:With founding of the Centre of Sustainable Building (ZUB) in 1998 in Kassel an association was created, which has established on the market as a link between building industry, specialized crafts, planning and research. Concerning the main topics of climate change, energy efficiency and sustainability, ZUB offers a wide range of services, professional training modules and software solutions and provides its own laboratory facilities to conduct research and development projects. As an association at the University of Kassel and in close network with other universities and institutions, ZUB grants access to the latest results of academic research and cooperates in the development of practical building solutions. The range of services includes consulting and support of building projects from early concepts to the execution of construction work as well as building use, all in the focus of energy efficiency, sustainability and environmental protection. With an extensive seminar program ZUB dedicates itself to the dissemination of climate-protection content, teaches basics and the latest findings of academic research, explains building codes and laws or provides information about government sponsorship programs in the construction sector. 
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