Dr. rer. nat. Bettina Huber


Bettina Huber

Room:

1112

Phone:

+49.89.289.13797

Telefax:

+49.89.289.13718

e-mail:

bettina.huber@tum.de

Workgroup:

Microbial Systems

Curriculum Vitae

seit 2012
Research Assistant at the Chair of Urban Water Systems Engineering
2012 Master of Science (M.Sc.), TU München
2010-2012 Studies of Biology at the TU München
2009 Bachelor of Science (B.rer.nat), University of Salzburg
2007-2009 Studies of Physiology/ Cell Biology at the University of Salzburg

Fields of Research


  • Detection and analysis of biogenic sulfuric acid corrosion
  • Characterization and quantification of environmental communities

International and National Conference Proceedings


  • HUBER, B., HELMREICH, B., KÖNIG, R., MÜLLER, E. (2013). „Detection and analysis of biogenic sulfuric acid corrosion in wastewater systems” in International Conference on Microbiology (VAAM), Bremen.
  • HUBER, B., HELMREICH, B., KÖNIG, R., MÜLLER, E. (2013). „Detection and quantification of sulfate reducing and sulfur oxidizing bacteria in wastewater systems” in 6th international qPCR & NGS Symposium, Freising.
  • HUBER, B., DREWES, J.E., KÖNIG, R., MÜLLER, E. (2014). „Revealing Biogenic Sulfuric Acid Corrosion in Sludge Digesters: Detection of Sulfur Oxidizing Bacteria within Full-scale Digesters” in IWA 6th Eastern European Young Water Professionals Conference <<EAST Meets WEST>>, Istanbul.
  • HUBER, B., DREWES, J.E., KÖNIG, R., MÜLLER, E. (2014). „Diversity of Sulfur Oxidizing Bacteria involved in the Biogenic Sulfuric Acid Corrosion within Sludge Digesters” in International Conference on Microbiology (VAAM), Dresden.

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles


  • HERZOG, B., LEMMER, H., HUBER, B., HORN, H., MÜLLER, E. (2013). Xenobiotic benzotriazoles—biodegradation under meso-and oligotrophic conditions as well as denitrifying, sulfate-reducing, and anaerobic conditions. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-10.
  • HERZOG, B., HUBER, B., LEMMER, H., HORN, H., MÜLLER, E. (2013). Analysis and in situ characterization of activated sludge communities capable of benzotriazole biodegradation. Environmental Sciences Europe, 25(1), 1-8.
  • HUBER, B., DREWES, J.E., LIN, K.C., KÖNIG, R., MÜLLER, E. (2014). Revealing biogenic sulfuric acid corrosion in sludge digesters: detection of sulfur-oxidizing bacteria within full-scale digesters. Water Science & Technology, 70(8), 1405-1414.

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