Frede Ø. Andersen - Curriculum vitae Born September 23, 1947, in Skodborg, Denmark. Danish citizenship. Education1974Teachers training course in a high school (Holstebro Gymnasium)1974Cand.scient. degree in biology. Thesis in freshwater biology from Univ. Copenhagen, Freshwater Biological Laboratory, Hillerød. (supervisor Prof. E. Steeman Nielsen) Professional experience2006-2013 Head of CLEAR (Centre for Lake Restoration) 1992-01Vicedean at the Science and Technology Faculty, University of Southern Denmark, Odense 1986-87Chairman at Institute of Biology, Odense University1979-80Chairman at Institute of Biology, Odense University1979-presentAssociate professor at Institute of Biology, Odense University1977-79Assistant professor at Institute of Biology, Odense University1975-77Scholarship at Institute of Biology, Odense UniversityResearch stays2006 Research stay at US Environmental Protection Agency, Narragansett, working with Dr. Cathleen Wigand (7 month). 1996-98 Research stay at Marine Research Center, Phuket, Thailand. (1 month each year). 1990-91 Research stay at Univ. Victoria, Victoria, B.C., Canada. Working with Dr. L.A. Hobson (12 months). 1987 Research stay at Marine Research Center, Phuket, Thailand. (1 month). 1985 Research stay at Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Texel. Working with Dr. W. Helder (2 months). 1982-83 Research stay at Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Canada. Working with Drs. B.T. Hargrave and P. Kepkay (13 months) Research keywordsNutrient cycling in lakes and coastal waters (macrophytes, sediments, eutrophication), lake restoration (aluminum treatment, groundwater seepage), rhizosphere processes of macrophytes (O2 release, biogeochemistry, mycorrhiza). Web of Science data (Oct 19, 2015)h-index: 29; Sum of the Times Cited: 2290; 66 publications recorded in Web of ScienceRecent research grants2011-2015: Centre for Lake Restoration (Head) prolonged with a new grant (25.000.000 kr.). 2009: Participation in a large project from FNU headed by E. Kristensen (3,811,500 kr.). Carlsberg Foundation, funding of flume (together with M. Flindt, 250,000 kr). 2006-2011: Centre for Lake Restoration (Head), A Villum Kann Rasmussen Centre of Excellence, shared with research groups at KU, AU and GEUS (25.000.000 kr.). 2006: Funding of research stay at US EPA from FNU (96.678 kr.). From the Carlsberg Foundation partly funding of ICP (together with H.S. Jensen, 250,000 kr). 2004: Chemical and microbial regulation of nutrient release from sediments, SNF (444.000 kr. for FIA). 2003-05: Micro and macroprocesses at transient surfaces in aquatic environments. Participation in a SNF-frame grant headed by E. Kristensen, SDU (900,000 kr.). 2003: Carbon balance and sulfur cycling in macrophyte stands exposed to stress. Together with M. Holmer, SDU, SNF (533.664 kr.). 2001-03: Importance of submerged vegetation for nutrient cycling and stability in softwater lakes. SNF-frame grant initially headed by O. Pedersen, Univ. of Copenhagen, and later by myself (1,260,034 kr.). 2000: Participation in a grant from the Carlsberg Foundation and SNF for HPLC equipment (333,150 kr.). 2000-03: Macroorganisms, microorganisms and chemical diagenesis in aquatic benthic systems. Participation in a SNF-frame grant headed by M. Holmer, SDU, (600,000 kr.)Professional affiliation Member of American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), Societas Internationalis,Limnologiae (SIL), the International Association for Sediment & Water Science (IASWS), and the editorial board of the Danish journal Vand & Jord (Water & Soil) Referee activity Limnology and Oceanography , Aquatic Botany, Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Marine Ecology Progress Series, Biogeochemistry, Estuarine Coastal Shelf Science, Marine and Freshwater Research, Limnologica and others. Research keywords Nutrient cycling in lakes and coastal waters (macrophytes, sediments, eutrophication), lake restoration (aluminum treatment), rhizosphere processes of aquatic macrophytes (O2 release, biogeochemistry, mycorrhiza). Students Supervision of about 70 M.Sc. and 7 Ph.D. students.
- Nutrient cycling in lakes and coastal waters (macrophytes, sediments, eutrophication)
- Lake restoration (aluminum treatment)
- Rhizosphere processes of aquatic macrophytes (oxygen release, biogeochemistry, mycorrhiza).