Mella Hammer short profile cv and skills

name

Mella Hammer (mella_hammer)

 

country

germany

 

university

Technische Universitaet Muenchen

 

department

Architecture

 

university address

Arcisstrasse 21
80333 München

 

university country

germany

 

url

http://www.ar.tum.de

 

born

Fri, 04. Feb 1983

 

degree(s)

Dipl. - Ing. (univ), 2010

 

working experience

Team Agropolis, 2009-2010

 

spoken languages

French, good
English, good
German, fluent

 

id

0014975

 

title

eCO2 - systems _ Algeagardens

 

group members

Dipl. Ing. Melanie Hammer Dipl. Ing. Waschma Sahin

 

professor(s)

Prof. Sophie Wolfrum

 

rank

194

 

tags

architecture information architecture urbanism

 

year of making

2010

 

uploaded

2011-02-25 16:01:15

 

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Information eCO2 - Systems
Algeagardens
Algeaculturecenter
Macroalgeafarm
Farms

 

In the past centuries the populated Europe was imprinted by one important raw material: the salt. Nowadays the production and transportation of another commodity structures our landscape and towns: the energy. The supply with renewable energy, water and food shortage as well as the climate change partly resulting from a high rate of CO2 Production a central themes of our society now. The idea consists in the creation of a biodiesel region out of the provided structures of old unused saltgardens. Onshore, saline by saline is turned into small decentral microalgaefarms. These farms can work and produce biodiesel (and lateron hydrogen) autonomous and self - sufficiently from each other. By the grow of microalgae the often air polluted cities near old salt gardens can get rid of the CO2 .The coastal water is cleared by the establishment of Microalgaefarms which reuse the structures of the old Musselfarms. Thus a farm works as ecological catalyst.

eCO2 - systems _ Algeagardens project info

Group members: Dipl. Ing. Melanie Hammer Dipl. Ing. Waschma Sahin

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eCO2 - systems _ Algeagardens

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