worked on AQUAlity from 15th April 2018 to 8th May 2020
Former ESR 5: Integrated toxicity approach for biosensing CECs
This position, after Reni Dimitrova left AQUAlity, was assigned to a new candidate following a new joint selection procedure
About: Miss Dimitrova studied Geoecology at the Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT). During her Master studies at the Department of Civil Engineering, Geo and Environmental Sciences she specialized in the field of water and wastewater treatment, water chemistry as well as ecology of aquatic ecosystems and water quality. She prepared both her Bachelor and Master theses at the Water Technology Center (TZW) in Karlsruhe, Germany. In the context of her master’s thesis she examined the removal of trioxane in groundwater using advanced oxidation processes. Her research topic within the AQUAlity project focuses on the development of bioanalytical tools for determining bioavailability and adverse effects of contaminants of emerging concern as well as assessment of the ecological impacts of the targeted pollutants.