Hydrogeology
Hydrogeology

Markus Gregor, M.Sc.

External PhD Student

Building BH-N, 8. Stock
Room 803
Address Ernst-Reuter-Platz 1
10587 Berlin

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Academic career

  • Since 2021 - PhD candidate at the Department Hydrogeology
  • Since 2019 - Research assistant at the Department Ecohydrology, TU Berlin
  • 2015-2018 - M.Sc. Urban Ecosystem Sciences, TU Berlin
    • 2018 - Master thesis: ”On-site arsenic speciation and role of nitrate induced arsenopyrite oxidation as cause for triggered arsenic release processes in the world´s largest continuous irrigation system, Mezquital valley, Hidalgo”    
    • 2017-2019 - Student assistant, Department Soil Protection, TU Berlin
  • 2013-2014 - Cardiff University, Wales, studies abroad
  • 2011-2015 - B.Sc. Geoecology, TU Braunschweig    
    • 2015 - Bachelor thesis: “Impact of different soil surface roughness on evaporation and investigation of effective hydraulic soil properties.”
    • 2014-2015 - Student assistant, Department of Soil Science and Soil Physics, TU Braunschweig
    • 2012 - Student assistant, Department of Geosystems and Bioindication, TU Braunschweig

Research interests

  • Soil physical investigations: on-site and in laboratory
  • Numerical simulations of heat and water transport in soils (especially regarding underground power cables)

Project

  • Miboka - Minimally invasive and soil conserving cable plough technique for parallel laying of 380 kV underground power cables in bundles.” (BMWi, until August 2021, as research assistent

Tasks:

  • Investigations on-site and in laboratory for evaluating the impact of a cable plough on soil physical parameters
  • Evaluation if thermal requirements for bedding materials of the conservative construction technique can be met by the cable plough technique as well
  • Simulation of heat transport in cable plough affected soils