Water Infrastructure Ressources (Institute)

Cora Laumeyer M.Sc.


Wasser Infrastruktur Ressourcen
Paul-Ehrlich-Straße 14
Gebäude 14 , Raum 315
67663 Kaiserslautern


Tel.: +49 631 205-4112
E-Mail: cora.laumeyer@bauing.uni-kl.de

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Since 04/2021Research Associate at the department Resource Efficient Wastewater Technologies
11/2020 - 03/2021Technical Consultant, Landesamt für Umwelt- und Arbeitsschutz, Department: Development of waterbodies and flood prevention
04/2020 - 10/2020Project Engineer in the field of WWTPs, Dr.-Ing. F. Schmidt-Bregas Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH, Wiesbaden
07/2020Master Thesis, Topic: Volatile fatty acid production and application as external carbon source for denitrification

06/2017 - 07/2020

Double Degree Studies: M.Sc. Environmental Engineering, Technical University Darmstadt & Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure, Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm
04/2018 - 07/2018Working Student, EnviroChemie GmbH, Roßdorf, Department Research and Development
04/2016 - 03/2017Working Student, Technical University Darmstadt, Department Civil- and Environmental Engineering, Institute IWAR
10/2013 - 06/2017


Studies: B.Sc. Environmental Engineering, Technical University Darmstadt, Majors: Supply and waste management, protection of soil and waterbodies


  • Döhler, Cora Michelle (2020): Volatile fatty acid production and application as external carbon source for denitrification, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, School of Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE), Sustainable development, Environmental science and Engineering. [Master Thesis]
  • Fundneider, Thomas; Alejo, Luz; Bitter, Hajo; Mathuni, Laura; Döhler, Cora; Reusch, Friederike; Pidde, Annika Vera; Lackner, Susanne (2019): Advanced phosphorus removal to extremely low levels and synergy effects of cloth and membrane filtration as post filtration processes in wastewater treatment. In: gwf - Wasser|Abwasser, (07-08), S. 79. [Article]
  • Döhler, Cora (2017): Elimination of phosphate, microplastics and anthropogenic trace substances through flocculation in the context of advanced wastewater treatment. Darmstadt, TU Darmstadt, [Bachelor Thesis]
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