Gregorio Alejandro López Moreira Mazacotte

Domain/Position
Phone
+49 (0) 30 641 81 784
Room
402

Müggelseedamm 310, 12587 Berlin

Profile
Expertise

Ecological modelling of the feedbacks between biological and physical processes in freshwater ecosystems.

CV

Academic Background

  • From October 2015 (ongoing): PhD candidate within the SMART (Science for MAnagement of Rivers and their Tidal systems) Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate programme (www.riverscience.it).
  • From 2006 to 2014: Engineering degree in Environmental Engineering. Department of Civil, Industrial and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, "Nuestra Señora de la Asunción" Catholic University (Asunción, Paraguay).
  • From 2006 to 2014: Engineering degree in Industrial Engineering. Department of Civil, Industrial and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, "Nuestra Señora de la Asunción" Catholic University (Asunción, Paraguay).
  • From 2011 to 2013: Technical degree in Computer Applications Programming. Department of Systems Analysis, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, "Nuestra Señora de la Asunción" Catholic University (Asunción, Paraguay).

 

Research Positions

  • From 2016 (ongoing): Doctoral researcher within the Department of Ecohydrology of the Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB-Berlin, Germany).
  • From 2015 (ongoing): Doctoral researcher within the GIAMT (Group of Environmental Hydraulics and Morphodynamics Trento) research group of the Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento (Trento, Italy).
  • From 2011 to 2015: Junior Researcher within the Unit of Hydro-Environmental Studies of the Centre for Appropriate Technology, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, "Nuestra Señora de la Asunción" Catholic University (Asunción, Paraguay).

 

Fellowships and Awards

  • 2015: National Youth Award in Science and Technology (National Youth Secretariat of Paraguay).
  • 2015: Erasmus Mundus Fellowship for the SMART Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate programme (EACEA, European Commission).

SMART

The SMART Joint Doctorate focuses on the core areas of natural and engineering sciences relevant to the sustainable management of river systems from their headwaters to estuaries. SMART aims to provide education and research at PhD level by offering a 3-year programme within the Erasmus Mundus action. It adopts a multidisciplinary, multi-scale approach that integrates relevant aspects of the physical, chemical and biological sciences, including relevant theory, monitoring and modelling.
Contact person
Ina Severin
Franz Hölker
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem Research
(Dept. 5) Ecophysiology and Aquaculture
(Dept. 6) Chemical Analytics and Biogeochemistry
Start
10/2011
End
10/2018
Topic

ILES

Skyglow, the diffuse illumination of the night sky by artificial light, has never before been experienced during evolutionary history. Together with another feature of global change – the brownification of lakes caused by humic substances – skyglow disrupts the current light conditions in lake ecosystems. We will elucidate the ecological consequences of these phenomena and the mechanisms underlying them.
Contact person
Mark Gessner
Franz Hölker
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem Research
(Dept. 3) Experimental Limnology
(Dept. 4) Biology and Ecology of Fishes
(Dept. 5) Ecophysiology and Aquaculture
Start
07/2015
End
06/2018
Topic

2018

Gregorio Alejandro López Moreira M.; Luigi Hinegk; Andrea Salvadore; Guido Zolezzi; Franz Hölker; Roger Arturo Monte Domecq S.; Martina Bocci; Sebastiano Carrer; Luca De Nat; Juan Escribá; Carmen Escribá; Gilberto Antonio Benítez; Claudia Raquel Ávalos; Inocencia Peralta; Mario Insaurralde; Fátima Mereles; Jean Michel Sekatcheff; Andrés Wehrle; Juan Francisco Facetti-Masulli; Juan Francisco Facetti; Marco Toffolon

Eutrophication, research and management history of the shallow Ypacaraí Lake (Paraguay)

Sustainability. - 10(2018)7, 2426

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