Bastian Steudel is interested in biodiversity-ecosystem functioning with a focus on aquatic model systems. He aims to explore the underlying mechanisms of biodiversity effects and studied biology at the University of Goettingen, Germany. After he received his PhD at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, he went back to Goettingen for a Postdoc Research fellowship and the development of a new bioreactor for microalgae culturing.
Dr. sc. nat, University of Zurich, Switzerland - 2011
diploma in Biology, University of Goettingen, Germany - 2005
lecturer and teaching assistant for several courses on plant anatomy, plant determination, and aquatic ecology, Zurich and Goettingen - 2003-2016
Postdoc Research Fellow at the University of Goettingen (Correlation between composition of microbial biofilms and weathering of exposed rock surfaces (biodeterioration) along a climatic and temporal gradient in Chile), Goettingen - 2016-2018
biodiversity-ecosystem functioning under stress
please find an updated list of my publications under: https://scholar.google.de/citations?hl=de&user=hIe0jvoAAAAJ