Dr. Tatiana Goldberg
Funktion und Aufgaben:
Past and Present Research Topics
- Evolution of the ocean-atmosphere system through time, in particular the oxygenation state of palaeo-oceans and link to biological and climatic evolution
- Oceanic anoxic events – extent, mechanisms and feedbacks
- Low temperature stable isotope geochemistry
- Development of analytical methods for element and stable isotope analysis
- Diagenesis of siliciclastic and carbonate rocks
- (Geo)chemical processes in geothermal systems
- Monitoring greenhouse gas leakage
- Nuclear waste storage
2014 – 2018 Researcher in Geochemistry, Department for Applied Geosciences, TNO (Netherlands Organisations for Applied Science), Utrecht, The Netherlands.
2012 – 2014 Geological consultant in Geo-Energy, PanTerra Geoconsultants B.V., Leiderdorp, The Netherlands.
2009 – 2012 NERC Fellow, Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, UK.
2007 – 2009 Postdoc, School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Newcastle University, UK.
Werdegang / Ausbildung:
2001 - 2005 PhD, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster, Germany.
Mitglied im Wissenschaftlichen Rat
Acquired Funding and Awards
2017 Principle investigator: European Commission and national funding, Geothermica Program, ‘Improving Geothermal System performance through Collective Knowledge Building and Technology Development’
2017 Co-investigator: European Commission, Horizon 2020 Program, ‘Subsurface Evaluation of Carbon capture and storage and Unconventional Risk’
2017 Co-investigator: European Commission and national funding, Geothermica Programm, ‘High Temperature Underground Thermal Energy Storage’
2016 Principle investigator: Industry Project, gas operator in Qatar ‘Root Cause Analysis for Fe-sulphide scale formation’
2016 Co-investigator: Topconsortia Knowledge and Innovation program, Joint government (NL) and industry funding (Wintershall, EBN, Sterling), ‘Salt Tectonics Early Movement’
2016 Co-investigator: European Commission, Horizon 2020 Program, ‘Enabling onshore CO2 storage in Europe'
2015 Principle investigator: Topconsortia Knowledge and Innovation program, Joint government (NL) and industry funding (TOTAL and EBN), ‘A conceptual diagenetic model for cementation in the Rotliegend sandstones’
2014 Co-investigator: Topconsortia Knowledge and Innovation program, Joint government (NL) and industry funding) NAM, Statoil and EBN) ‘Hydrocarbon Potential of the Lias’
2009 Award: NERC Postdoctoral Fellowship, Natural Science Research Council, UK
2009 Award: Imperial College Fellowship, Imperial College London, UK
2005 Award: Postdoctoral Scholarship, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, Germany