Anika Conrad works as Research Analyst on the topic area of water. She is involved in several projects dealing with the transfer of innovative water technologies and the fostering of participative and integrated approaches in water management.
Prior to her position at adelphi, Anika gained practical experience at various research institutions. At the Competence Center for Water Berlin (KWB), she researched novel concepts for the development of energy-positive wastewater treatment plants in the POWERSTEP project. She also worked as a student assistant in the Department of Water Quality at the Technische Universität Berlin on the project MiWa (Microplastic in the Water Cycle) and at the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde in the Department of Marine Geochemistry. During her studies, she worked in the environmental management of the Charité Berlin on the optimisation of waste management and communication, and in the environmental laboratory GEFTA GmbH Berlin.
Anika Conrad holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Science and Technology from the Technical University of Berlin. Her studies include a particular focus on the chemistry, treatment, reuse and economics of water as well as environmental biotechnology, environmental chemistry, ecotoxicology and life cycle assessment. Anika completed a bachelor's degree in Environmental Science at the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität of Greifswald.