Dr. Tatjana Gluhak

Education:

10/1996 - 03/2001: Environment protection studies, University of Applied Science Bingen, Germany, Degree: Graduate engineer (Dipl.-Ing. (FH))  

  • Focus: ecological environmental studies and -planning
  • Thesis: Ion selectivity in electrodialysis processin cooperation with the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Institutes for Applied Research (Israel). Supervisor: Prof. Dr. K. Kock, Dr. E. Korngold

01/2002 – 08/2004 Engineer in the laboratory of process engineering at the University of Applied Science Wiesbaden.

04/2001 - 07/2006: Geology studies, Institute of Geosciences, Mainz University, Germany, Degree: Diploma in Geology (Diplom-Geologin) 2006

  • Focus: Petrology, applied geology, regional and historical geology, soil sciences
  • Thesis: Petrological studies to constrain the tectonic conditions during the formation of the Othris-Ophiolite, Greece, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. S. Foley, Dr. M. Barth

09/2006 - 03/2010: PhD studies, Institute of Geosciences, Mainz University, Germany

  • Thesis: Geochemical characterization of lavas from the quaternary Eifel Region for archaeometric provenance analyses of Roman millstones
    Supervisor: Prof. Dr. W. Hofmeister, Prof. Dr. J. Oldenstein

since 07/2008: Research assistant, Institute of Geosciences, Mainz University, geomaterial-gemstone research group

Research focus:

  • Archaeometry / analysis and provenance determination of stone artefacts 

Link to selected publications