Carla Gimkiewicz

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The growth of anodic electroactive microbial biofilms from waste water inocula in a fed-batch reactor is demonstrated using a three-electrode setup controlled by a potentiostat. Thereby the use of potentiostats allows an exact adjustment of the electrode potential and ensures reproducible microbial culturing conditions. During growth the current production(More)
The fluctuation and decentralization of renewable energy have triggered the search for respective energy storage and utilization. At the same time, a sustainable bioeconomy calls for the exploitation of CO2 as feedstock. Secondary microbial electrochemical technologies (METs) allow both challenges to be tackled because the electrochemical reduction of CO2(More)
Standardized bioreactors allowing systematic process engineering are established. The field of bioelectrotechnology, which combines the microbial or enzymatic conversion with electrical current flow, is still in its infancy. Thus, bioelectrochemical reactor systems are diverse, poorly characterized and not standardized. Here we present a reversible upgrade(More)
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