Rotaru Lab

University of Southern Denmark

By - Amelia Rotaru

New team member

On March 1st, Paola Andrea Palacios Jaramillo, will join our team. Paola will isolate methanogens which corrode iron, and will investigate how we can prevent corrosion induced by these organisms. Paola finished her masters in Microbiology last September, at Aix-Marseille University. We are all very excited to meet and work with Paola.  

By - Amelia Rotaru

Electric interactions meet thermodynamics

Amelia: I will be in New Castle on the 31st of March, where I will be giving an invited lecture about electric interspecies interactions for Master students at the School of Civil Engineering and Geoscience at New Castle University. Afterwards, I’m really enthusiastic to finally meet and converse about the thermodynamics of

By - Amelia Rotaru

Talking about current and microbes while in Sydney

Amelia: On 16th of March, I will be in sunny Sydney, Australia where I’ve been invited to talk about electric interspecies interactions with methanogens and how they could change the biotechnology of the future. My talk is part of the 5th Annual JAMS Symposium. Also, I will be visiting collaborators at the University

By - Amelia Rotaru

Electrogas consortium meeting

On 26th of February, Mon and Amelia will meet the Electrogas consortium at Aarhus University. We are going to discuss progress with our work packages. The European Union, including Denmark, plan to become fossil fuel free by 2050, therefore  renewable resources like biogas and wind-turbine-generated electricity come in handy in order to