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M. Sc. Biomolecular Engineering / M. Sc. in Space Studies

Adrian Eilingsfeld

former PhD Student

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Subject

Investigation of the impact of different scale-up dependent stimuli on metabolism and population heterogeneity in Corynebacterium glutamicum.

Alexander, A; Benhidjeb-Carayon, A; Eilingsfeld, A; Terlević, R; Van Ophem, S; Venugopal, R., “Some potential implications of the discovery of primitive extraterrestrial life”. Ethics: Contemporary Perspectives, in review (2018).

Eilingsfeld, A; Kuschel, M; Takors, R., 2016, “Dynamic Simulation and Experimental Validation of pCO 2-induced Population Heterogeneity”, Chemie Ingenieur Technik Vol. 88, Issue 9, 1336

Eilingsfeld, A; Eilingsfeld, F; Welch, C., 2014, “Applying 3D printing to rapid prototyping of space experiment payloads”, Oral & Paper IAC-14-A2.7.12, 65th International Astronautical Congress, Toronto (Canada).

Teeney, L; Eilingsfeld, A; Kasaboski, D; Pivovarova, L; Terlević, R; Van Ophem, S; Venugopal, R., “One-Way Missions to Mars”, 2014, Oral & Paper IAC-14-A5.2.6, 65th International Astronautical Congress, Toronto (Canada).

Eilingsfeld, A. 2013, “ISS – Biochemistry goes Space”, Aktuelle Wochenschau 39 (Circular of the German Chemical Society).

Uehlein, N; Otto, B; Eilingsfeld, A; Itel, F; Meier, W; Kaldenhoff, R. 2012, “ Gas-tight triblock-copolymer membranes are converted to CO 2 permeable by insertion of plant aquaporins”. Nature Scientific Reports 2 (online 27 July 2012).

Uehlein, N; Otto, B; Sperling, H; Heckwolf, M; Eilingsfeld, A; Kaldenhoff, R. 2012, “Analysis of aquaporin facilitated CO 2 diffusion across biological and artificial membranes”, Biophysical Journal 102, 713a.

Eilingsfeld, A. 2008, “Endoscopic pictures from within the gastric acid of a Nepenthes Alata”, Das Taublatt 50, 4.

Ongoing activities:

  • Since 2016: Supervisor ‘Arbeitstechniken und Projektarbeit’ (AuP) at University of Stuttgart
  • Since 2014: Guest lecturer rocket workshop at International Space University (ISU)

Other teaching activities:

2015: Lecturer at International Space University, Elective module ‘Astrobiology’, Strasbourg, France

Education:

Since 01/2016

PhD student at the Institute of Biochemical Engineering, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart (Germany)

09/2013 – 09/2014

Master of Science in Space Studies (MSS), International Space University, Strasbourg (France)

Thesis: Applying 3D printing to rapid prototyping of space experiment payloads

10/2011 – 07/2013

Master of Science in Biomolecular Engineering (BME), Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)

Thesis: Characterization of carbon dioxide transport rates through sterol-containing membranes using pH-micro-electrodes

07/2008 – 10/2011

Bachelor of Science in Biomolecular Engineering (BME), Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)

Professional Experience:

Since 01/2016

PhD student at the Institute of Biochemical Engineering, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart (Germany)

09/2014 – Present

Guest lecturer for amateur rocketry at International Space University, Strasbourg (France)

06/2014 – 08/2014

Intern NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX (USA)

Microfluidic extraction of DNA for identification of unknown organisms in microgravity

Awards:

2018: First prize “99€ Bioreaktorwettbewerb”, Netzwerk Bioverfahrenstechnik Dresden e. V. and TU Dresden

2012: Gold Award, iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine), with TU Darmstadt

2007: Second place, biology, for endoscopy of digestion in living pitcher plants, “Jugend Forscht” German national science competition, state finals, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania

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