Oliver Dilly received his Diploma from Bonn and Hohenheim Universitites, Germany, in 1990, Ph.D. degree from the University of Kiel, Kiel, Germany, in 1994, and the Habilitation degree from the Technical University of Munich in 2002. He was the Education Officer of the School of Integrated Climate System Sciences until 2012 and became afterwards the Research Officer for International Cooperation in Education and Research with Turkey and Morocco, respectively. He is an expert in bioeconomy and a Lecturer and Researcher on soil ecology, soil energomics, and sustainabile development. His research interests are related to best practices in integrated system sciences for B. S., M.S., and Ph.D. programs, soil respiration, biogeochemical cycling, evaluation of soil quality, soil ecology, and soil microbiology, soil protection, soil technology, interactions with abiotic and biotic soil components, and ex-ante impact assessment on ecological, social, and economic effects on multifunctional land use in sensitive European regions. Subjects of his teaching include sustainability impact assessment, biogeochemistry and soil ecology, microbial functions in soils and aquifiers (team taught, summer school), and experimental soil ecology (team training).
Biography Updated on 16 April 2015