WasserCluster Lunz will be represented at three locations at Lange Nacht der Forschung on May 22:
Be curious - drop by!
What lives in the water? - BAW, Petzenkirchen
Who exhales methane? - IST Austria, Klosterneuburg
Do fats from carp ponds increase biodiversity on land? - Universität für Weiterbildung Krems
The activity report of WasserCluster Lunz 2021 is now available online. Appropriate to the international women's day today, you will find a gender-specific overview of our employees for the first time. Good news: Women in our research center make up 55% thanks to the strong representation of female laboratory assistants.
150 years BOKU: With the slogan " 150 Years – Featuring Future", BOKU, one of our three partner universities, celebrates its anniversary this year. In its 90-second teaser, we, the WasserCluster Lunz, as an inter-university research center of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, also make a brief appearance.
At the WasserCluster Lunz we are hiring
a dedicated asisstant, Starting date: as soon as possible
For information on job responsibilities and hiring requirements, please visit:
Application deadline: 20.1.2022
In December 2021 Matthias Pucher successfully defended his PhD-thesis with the title "Organic carbon cycling in streams: process understanding and impacts through agriculture and droughts" under the supervision of Thomas Hein from AG BIGER.
In November 2021 Lena Fehlinger successfully defended her MSc-thesis with the title "Export of dietary energy via emerging insects from eutrophic fish ponds" under the supervision of Martin Kainz from AG LIPTOX.
In November 2021 Philipp Mayer successfully defended his MSc-thesis with the title "Effects of macrophytes on nutrient cycling in a groundwater-fed lowland river" under the supervision of Thomas Hein from AG BIGER.
Here is an overview of the topics:
Drugs, drugs and rock'n'roll
Transnational Access in Zeiten einer globalen Pandemie
Nachhaltigkeitsinitiative am WCL
Events, Gratulationen + Ausschreibungen