Field of work
Markus Lenhart studied environmental engineering at the Bauhaus University Weimar. During his studies, he was able to broaden his knowledge of biotechnology utilization in resource management in an international and development policy context, through study visits to Cambodia and India. Since August 2019, he has been active as a research associate in the field of "Biochemical Conversion" in the "biogas technology" working group within the DBFZ Deutsches Biomasse Forschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH in Leipzig.
Mr. Markus Lenhart works primarily on the energetic balancing and efficiency increase of biogas plants as well as on the creation, evaluation and adaptation of circular economy concepts for biogenic resources in an international context. His main focus is on the exploitation and efficient utilisation of biogenic residues for energy and material use.
Biogas, circular economy, international cooperation, efficiency assessment, waste management, utilisation of residues, biogenic resources
|Since 2020||Lecturer “biomass utilisation” Hochschule Merseburg|
|Since 2019||Research associate in the working group “biogas technology"|
|2010 - 2019||Environmental Engineering Studies at Bauhaus-University Weimar (M.Sc.)|
|2017||Semester abroad Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India|
|2016 - 2017||Semester abroad Institute of Technology of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia|