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Priv.-Doz. Rebecca Hood-Nowotny MBA Ph.D.

Institute of Soil Research
Konrad Lorenz-Straße 24, 3430 Tulln an der Donau
rebecca.hood(at)boku.ac.at
Tel: +43 1 47654-91176

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ORCID: 0000-0002-4398-3233

Curr. Vitae

2018 - pres BOKU Tulln, Institute for Soil Research; Department of Forest and Soil Sciences
2014 - 2017 AIT, Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH; Health & Environment Department, Environmental Resources & Technologies, Research Scientist
2013 - 2013 Imprint Analytics GmbH, Technologiezentrum Mittelburgenland; Project Manager-Business Developer. Project formulation and acquisition, successful acquisition: FFG Foodprint and Elite projects
2007 - 2009 Department of Terrestrial Ecosystem Research, University of Vienna; Senior Post Doctoral Researcher, Elisa Richter Fellowship Project title: Does Carbon Negative Biochar Tighten the Nitrogen Cycle? (FWF).
2006 - 2008 WWTF Nitrogenome Project. UV; Senior Post Doctoral Researcher. Increasing Nitrogen Efficacy in Agricultural Systems by Understanding and Manipulating the Biotic “Black-Box”
2005 - 2009 FAO/IAEA Laboratories, Seibersdorf Austria; Senior Scientist in Entomology and Soil Science Unit
2004 - 2005 Joint European Stable Isotope Users Group Meeting, (1st JESIUM), Vienna; Conference founder and organiser
2004 - 2006 Open University, Milton Keynes, UK; Master of Business Administration (MBA)
1996 - 1996 University of California, (UCSC) Dept. Environmental Studies, Santa Cruz, USA; Lecturer in Restoration Ecology
1996 - 2004 FAO/IAEA, Soil science Unit. FAO/IAEA Laboratories, Seibersdorf Austria; Senior Soil Scientist
1993 - 1995 Professor Keith Smith’s Greenhouse Gas Group, SAC, Edinburgh, Scotland; Postdoctoral researcher/SAC Environmental consultant
1990 - 1993 Department of Soil Science, University of Reading, UK; Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Nitrogen fixation in Alnus glutinosa. Use of stable isotopes and models to predict regeneration times of opencast coal spoil. Supervisor: Dr. Martin Wood
1989 - 1990 Kentish Town City Farm; Youth worker - Urban Farmer
1988 - 1989 Overseas Development Administration Chatham, UK; Scientific Officer
1985 - 1989 Department of Pure and Applied Biology, University of Leeds, UK; Bachelor of Science Honours (BSc (Hons)), Agricultural Science
1977 - 1984 Sir Frederic Osborn Comprehensive School, Hertfordshire, UK

Appointments/Memberships in Professional Societies

2013 -2018 European Geosciences Union
member
2004 -2018 Joint European Stable Isotope Mass Spectrometry Users Group Meeting (JESIUM)
founder member
1999 -2018 Stable Isotope Network Austria (SINA)
founder member

Reviewer for scientific journals

2019 -2019 Methods in Ecology and Evolution
2019 -2019 Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems
2016 -2016 Current Biology
2014 -2014 Insect Science
2013 -2018 Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata
2013 -2013 Nature
2012 -2014 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
2010 -2017 Biomass & Bioenergy
1997 -2011 Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry
1997 -2018 Journal of Experimental Botany
1997 -2017 Biology and Fertility of Soils
1997 -2014 Soil Biology & Biochemistry
1997 -2015 Plant and Soil
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