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Dr. Angela Gubelt

Meckenheimer Allee 174, D-53115 Bonn

Phone: +49(0)228 732143
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Research interests

  • Bioeconomy developments
  • Future technologies in the bioeconomy
  • Research project STRIVE - Sustainable TRade and InnoVation transfer in the bioEconomy: from national strategies to global sustainable development goals

 

Professional Experience

since 10/2016 PostDoc at the Center for Development Research (ZEF), university of Bonn
since 11/2014 Scientific-administrative coordinatorat the Forschungszentrum Jülich IBG-2 in Bonn for the research center
Bioeconomy Science Center (BioSC)
07/2013-12/2013 PstDoc at the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB, Stuttgart
02/2007-08/2007 Visiting researcher at Ingenza, Edinburgh, Schottland

 

Degrees

2008-2013 PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) at the University of Stuttgart, Institute of Interfacial Process Engineering and Plasma Technology IGVP and the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB („Identifizierung geeigneter Milchsäurebakterien zur Milch­säureproduktion aus Weizenstroh-Hydrolysat - Stammisolierung, Charakterisierung und Stoffwechselanalyse“)
2002-2006 Dipl. Bio-Ing. (FH) at the University of Applied Sciences Aachen in Jülich

 

Publications

Oral presentations

Gronen, A., T. Hirth, et al.(2012). Milchsäurebakterien für die Milchsäure-Herstellung aus Weizenstroh. Jahrestagung der Biotechnologen und ProcessNet 2012. Karlsruhe, Germany, Dechema

Gronen, A., T. Hirth, et al. (2012). Metabolic engineering for parallel conversion of glucose and xylose to lactic acid as single product. Achema 2012. Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Dechema

Gronen, A., T. Hirth, et al. (2011). Parallel bacterial conversion of C5- and C6 sugars from wheat straw hydrolysate to lactic acid. Interanational Conference on Materials and Technologies for Green Chemistry. Tallinn, Estland, Tallinn University of Technology.

Paper

Gronen, A., T. Hirth, et al. (2010). Mikroorganismen zur stofflichen Nutzung von Strohhydrolysat. GIT Labor Fachzeitschrift. 11: 852.

Poster

Gronen, A., T. Hirth, et al. (2013). Metabolic engineering for the production of lactic acid as single product using wheat straw hydrolysate. 9th European Congress of Chemical Engineering und 2nd European Congress of Applied Biotechnology. Den Haag, The Netherlands, European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE)

Gronen, A., T. Hirth, et al. (2013). New pathway for the production of lactic acid as single product in L. brevis. Forum Life Science. München, Germany, Bayern Innovative.

Gronen, A., D. Ludwig, et al. (2012). From lignocellulose to lactic acid. 3rd International Workshop of COST Action CM0903 (UBIOCHEM): Sustainable production of fuels/energy, materials & chemicals from biomass. Thessaloniki, Greece, Chemical Process Engineering Research Institute of the Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CPERI/CERTH) and the Departments of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH).

Gronen, A., T. Hirth, et al. (2011). Suitable microorganisms for lactic acid production out of wheat straw hydrolysate. 1st European Congress of Applied Biotechnology together with 29th DECHEMA’s Biotechnology Annual Meeting. Berlin, Germany, Dechema e.V..

Gronen, A., D. Ludwig, et al. (2011). From lignocellulose to fermentation products. Forum Life Science. München, Germany, Bayern Innovative.

Gronen, A., T. Hirth, et al. (2010). Screening for microorganisms for the synthesis of acetic acid and lactic acid out of wheat straw hydrolysate at low pH. ProcessNet - Industrielle Nutzung nachwachsender Rohstoffe - Chemie, Biotechnologie, Verfahrenstechnik. Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Dechema e.V. : 104.

Gronen, A., T. Hirth, et al. (2010). Identification of qualified microorganisms for the usage of wheat straw hydrolysate for the synthesis of acetic acid and lactic acid. RRB6: 6th international conference on renewable resources and biorefineries. Düsseldorf, Germany: 84.


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