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Dr. Jannis Florian Carstens


Hochschulassistent
Institut für Bodenkunde
Herrenhäuser Str. 2
30419 Hannover
Raum: 4111-009

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Lebenslauf

2016 – present  Assistant professor, Institute of Soil Science (Soil Chemistry), Leibniz
                       University Hannover

2016                Doctorate in Soil Physics: “Iron Oxide Colloid Mobility in Soils as Affected
                       by Physicochemical Surface Properties and Flow Conditions”

2016                Research fellow, Institute of Soil Science (Soil Chemistry), Leibniz University
                       Hannover

2012 – 2015     Research fellow, Institute of Soil Science (Soil Physics), Leibniz University
                       Hannover

2008 – 2015     Student research assistant, Institute of Geobotany, Leibniz University
                       Hannover

2004 – 2011     Studying geosciences at the Leibniz University Hannover (Diploma thesis in
                       soil physics), 2008 semester abroad at San Diego State University,
                       California, USA

 

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Biogeochemical cycling of P and C as Affected by redox-sensitive iron mineral phases in Chinese paddy soils (Project FERRY)
  • Role of Fe(II) and Fe(III) minerals for aggregate formation and C sequestration in floodplain soils of the tidal River Elbe (Project Uferfunk)
  • Innovations for sustainable, climate-adapted agricultural use of soil ressources in dry steppes of Kazakhstan and Southwestern Siberia with a focus on N use efficiency (Project ReKKS)
  • Mobility of colloidal iron oxides, dissolved organic C, and Pb in soils as a function of physicochemical surface properties and flow conditions: Transport studies and extended DLVO models
  • Black Carbon in Central European and Central Asian mollisols: ecosystem history and Carbon transport processes