Planetary Science by Space Missions

Team

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Adresse:

Institut für Geowissenschaften

Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

Im Neuenheimer Feld 236

D-69120 Heidelberg

Raum: 517/519
Telefon:
Fax:
+49 6221 54-6068
+49 6221 54-4805 (Sekretariat)
E-Mail: rene.reviol@geow.uni-heidelberg.de

 

Research interests / hobbies

  • IR-MALDI-TOF-mass spectrometry

  • Icy particles in the saturnian system

  • Astrobiology

  • Outdoor activities of all kind, such as hiking, climbing, sea-kayaking

 

Academic and Non-academic record

2012 – 2016 Academic research assistant; Institute of Geosciences, Heidelberg University, Germany.
2008 – 2011 Assistant planner-rail operations/infrastructure; Obermeyer Planen & Beraten, Cologne
Since 2009 Trekking guide in Iceland, focus on Geology (part time); Contrastravel, Bordesholm
2000 – 2008 Study of physical Geography, Diploma Thesis:
„Geochronologic and sedimentologic studies on alluvial plains of the Cooper Creek and Diamantina River, Lake Eyre Basin, South Australia“
2000 Certified Wildernes Guide ; IWV e.V
1999 Assistant Tour Guide, Sjodalen, Norway; Fa. Club Aktiv, Oldenburg
1998 Training course „Wilderness Guide“; IWV e.V.
1996 – 1999 Work in a garden and landscaping firm; Gartenbau Scherer, Schwalbach/Ts.
1994 – 1996 Apprenticeship Carpenter

 

Publications

  • EPSC 2012, Madrid: Simulation of TOF spectra from cosmic ice particles in the Laboratory by IR-FL-MALDI.

 

Oral presentations

  • Dusty Visions 2013 - Workshop, Stuttgart: Simulation of icy dust CDA mass spectra via FL MALDI mass spectrometry - newest results.

  • DPG Frühjahrstagung, Jena: Auf der Spur von organischen und anorganischen Komponenten in Enceladus’ Eisteilchen.

  • EPSC 2012, Madrid: Simulation of TOF spectra from cosmic ice particles in the Laboratory by IR-FL-MALDI.

 

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