Field of work
Roman Adam studied environmental engineering and technology law at the TU Bergakadmie Freiberg. Since 2018, he has been working as a research associate and PhD student at DBFZ in the department "Thermochemical Conversion" in the working group "Innovative Solid Biofuels". His research focuses on the one hand on the evaluation and design of waste and immission control law aspects. On the other hand, he conducts research on press agglomeration by means of pelletization and briquetting of biogenic raw materials as well as residual and waste materials on the basis of experiments and DEM simulations.
|Since 2018||Research assistant and PhD student in the department "Thermochemical Conversion" in the working group "Innovative Solid Biofuels”|
|2015 - 2017|
Master degree in technical law
|2014 - 2016|
Master degree in environmental engineering