Applied Geochemistry

Tatjana Kliwer, M.Sc.

Organization name Applied Geochemistry
Office BH-N 9-3
Building BH-N
Room BH-N 912
Address Ernst-Reuter-Platz 1
10587 Berlin

Functions

PhD candidate and project scientist in the BMBF project UnClog_ATES.

Geochemical modelling of clogging processes, taking into account biogeochemical influences in ATES systems. Development of early warning indicators and remedial measures to increase operational safety and efficiency.

Research interests

Hydrogeochemical and reactive solute transport modelling

Sorption processes and contaminant mobilisation

Geothermal energy systems:

  • Influence of temperature and redox potential on geochemical processes
  • Fluid-rock interactions

Scientific career

  • 2022: M.Sc. Geotechnology (TU Berlin, GFZ), Thesis title: "Einfluss von Änderungen des hydrogeologischen Systems des potenziellen Wirtsgesteins Opalinuston auf die Uranmigration", English translation: „Influence of changes in the hydrogeological system of the potential host rock Opalinus Clay on uranium migration”
  • 2018: B.Sc. Geotechnology (TU Berlin), Thesis title: "Untersuchungen der Grundwasserbeschaffenheit im Rahmen der Errichtung eines Zirkulationsbrunnens im Berliner Urstromtal, English translation: „Investigations of groundwater properties in the context of the construction of a circulation well in the Berlin Urstromtal valley”

Ongoing project

UnClog_ATES