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Welcome to the 6th Symposium on remediation in Jena
"Jenaer Sanierungskolloquium"
focusing on
"Microbe-mineral interfaces at heavy metal polluted sites"



The 6th Symposium on remediation is dealing with microorganisms affecting the minerals at heavy metal polluted sites, at the same time allowing application for bioremediation. This process includes plant-microbe and complex microbe-substrate interactions. They are reflected by biological, geological, physical and chemical properties, which all have to be investigated in detail to allow the prediction of sustainable associations with the prospect of application to in-situ remediation.

The symposium includes 5 sessions with 24 talks and poster presentations, and participants from 10 countries are here to exchange their knowledge. Session 1 starts with bacterial resistance on heavy metals and associated effects on their metabolism. Session 2 focusses on symbiotic interactions of soil fungi with plants. Session 3 deals with the influences on reactive transport, especially of the microbial impact, and session 4 shows different applications in bioremediation. Finally, analytical tools to investigate bio-geo-interactions will be introduced in session 5.

Bio-geo-interactions are in the focus of the research of the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena. PhD projects of the graduate school “Alteration and element mobility at the microbe-mineral interface” supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG), as well as research projects supported by the German Ministry of Education and Technology are presented in this symposium. All projects here are of the Jena School for Microbial Communication. This research focus of the Friedrich Schiller University is also reflected by the newly established BSc/MSc program Biogeosciences and the MSc Microbiology.

Erika Kothe, Georg Büchel & Hans Bergmann


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Program
 
Thursday, 4th October 2007

09:00   Start of Symposium
            Opening of the meeting by the dean of the School of Biology and Pharmacy at the Friedrich Schiller
            University, Jochen Lehmann
            Introduction: Erika Kothe

Session 1 – Bacterial resistance mechanisms
Chair: Hans Bergmann

10:00   Anna Rosa Sprocati (University of Roma, Italy)
           Microorganisms and microbial consortia naturally occuring in mining sites: resistance to heavy metals and
           ability to metabolise organic pollutants

10:40   André Schmidt (Microbiology, University of Jena, Germany)
           Heavy metal resistance in streptomycetes
11:00   Manuel Sineriz (PROIMI and University of Tucuman, Argentina)
           Actinomycetes involved in bioremediation of cadmium polluted soils
11:20   Juliane Hopf (Mineralogy, University of Jena, Germany)
           Impact of Bacillus subtilis on biotite dissolution
11:40   Tchize Basile Ndejoung (HKI Jena, Germany)
           Modulation of secondary metabolite formation in Actinomycetes by heavy metals

12:00 Lunch

Session 2 – Interactions of soil fungi
Chair: Katrin Krause

14:00   Katarzyna Turnau (Botany, University of Krakow, Poland)
           Mycorrhizal symbiosis at heavy metal polluted sites
14:40   Aurora Neagoe (Botany, University of Bucharest, Romania)
           Bioremediation approaches for areas contaminated with metals
15:00   Marjatta Raudaskoski (Botany, University of Turku, Finland)
           What could make a Fungus an Ectomycorrhizal Symbiont?
15:20   Felicia Gherghel (Microbiology, University of Jena, Germany)
           Ectomycorrhizal biodiversity at Kanigsberg
15:40   Rishi Kumar Behl (Hisar University, India)
           Plant-Azotobacter interactions towards sustainable crop production –wheat and cotton

16:00 Coffee break

Session 3 – Microbial impact on reactive transport
Chair: Dirk Merten

16:30   Gunter Kießig (WISUTEC, Chemnitz, Germany)
           Erfahrungen aus drei Jahren Betrieb eines Wetlands zur Behandlung von Grubenwasser der Lagerstätte
           Pöhla-Tellerhäuser

17:10   Markus Wehrer (Hydrogeology, University of Jena, Germany)
           Evaluation of PAH release from tar oil contaminated soils by column experiments
17:30   Lars Zeggel (Microbiology, University of Jena, Germany)
           Concrete decontamination by microbial activation of phytoextraction
17:50   Martin Lonschinski (Applied Geology, University of Jena, Germany)
           Planting regimes on a weakly heavy metal contaminated site and the impact on soil water chemistry

19:00 Visit of the Haeckel House & BBQ at the institute

Friday, 5th October 2007

Session 4 – Applications in bioremediation
Chair: Kai-Uwe Totsche

9:00   Angelika Spindler (Amykor, Wolfen, Germany)
         Praktische Erfahrungen beim Einsatz von VA-Mykorrhiza in der Aufforstung von Problemflächen, der
         Altbaumsanierung und der Rekultivierung

9:40   Frank Schindler (Microbiology, University of Jena, Germany)
          Field site "Gessenwiese"
10:00  Sabine Willscher (Waste Management, University of Dresden, Germany)
          Biosorption von Schwermetallen und Uran an Bioceren
10:20  Hans Bergmann (Applied Botany, University of Jena, Germany)
          Influence of natural amines on heavy metal accumulation and on metal tolerance in plants
10:40  Gustav Ebenå (Statens Energimyndighet, enheten för policyanalys, Sweden)
          Energy and soil remediation - two compatible ecosystem services

11:00 Coffee break

Session 5 – Analytical methods of bio-geo-interactions
Chair: Petra Rösch

11:30   Falko Langenhorst (Mineralogy, University of Jena, Germany)
           Transmission electron microscopy as a versatile tool for biomineralogy
12:00   Angela Walter (Physical Chemistry, University of Jena, Germany)
           Raman spectroscopical investigation of microorganisms
12:20   Anja Grawunder (Applied Geology, University of Jena, Germany)
           Fractionation and Speciation of Rare Earth Elements on the test site Gessenwiese
12:40   Christan Lorenz (Applied Geology, University of Jena, Germany)
           Microbially mediated reactive transport monitoring of heavy metals using rare earth elements


13:10   Closing remarks: Georg Büchel

End of the symposium




 
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