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Deutschland, Wessling

Christian Fischer obtained a Diploma Degree in Physical Geography, Hydrology and Soil Science from Leibniz University in Hannover in 1995. He then joined the Institute of Geotechnical Engineering and Mine Surveying (IGMC) at Clausthal University of Technology and worked on different R&D projects for the German hard coal mining company Deutsche Steinkohle AG (DSK). Projects included application development based on high resolution optical data from various spaceborne and airborne sensor systems and integration of digital photogrammetric measurement techniques into the processing workflow of the Dept. of Geoinformation and Engineering Surveying at DSK (1995 to 2001). After he obtained a PhD he became Assistant Professor for Remote Sensing at IGMC. Projects have been granted from various organizations and from industry, including Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), DSK and AiF, the German Federation of Industrial Research Associations. Within EC granted FP projects, he was team member of several international flight campaigns (e.g. MINEO, HySens).In 2006 he joined the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and is now with the team of Applied Spectroscopy, part of the Land Surface Department at the German Remote Sensing Data Center (DFD). He was Project Coordinator on the German side of the Sino-German Research Initiative on spontaneous coal fires in China (2006-2010) and now is working on national and international projects focusing on remote sensing based application development for environmental monitoring and natural resource management tasks.

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South Africa, Pretoria

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Germany, Garching bei München

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South Africa, Cape Town

Quorus Biotech offers innovative bioreactor and bioprocess solutions enabling the cultivation of filamentous or sheer-sensitive cells for the efficient, scalable production of valuable secreted, toxic, labile or volatile products.Quorus bioreactors are equally useful in biofilm research, natural product discovery, bioprocess R&D and biomanufacturing.

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