Leiter Kompetenzzentrum Klima- und Lärmschutz im Luftverkehr
Kompetenzzentrum Klima- und Lärmschutz im Luftverkehr
Bernhard Dietrich has a degree in agricultural engineering (TU Munich-Weihenstephan) and a degree in industrial engineering (TU Munich). After his first professional position as a consultant and project manager at Roland Berger und Partners (1990-95), he joined Lufthansa and worked in various managerial positions and business units in the Lufthansa Group until 2019. Most recently, he was the head of the Environmental Concepts Department of the corporation. Currently he also teaches at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences as a lecturer for sustainability management in the aviation and tourism industries.
Dr Alesya Krit is an anthropologist (University College London) and business economist (Trinity College Dublin). After her first professional position in Hessen as a lecturer at the Goethe University Frankfurt, she then switched to the Justus Liebig University, where she worked as a postdoc at the International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture. She designed multiple research projects, including "The Cultural Perception of Energy" and "Sustainability and Nostalgia" in collaboration with colleagues from Oslo University (Norway) and Yale University (USA) among others.
Dr Alexander Zschocke is an economist (University of Cologne) and specialist in Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF). He worked for 30 years at the Lufthansa Germany in various functions. At the same time, he was also engaged in projects by Thomas Cook, BMI, aireg / DBFZ, SunExpress and as an independent consultant. Dr Zschocke has been working in the SAF division since 2010 in projects like the burnFAIR, HBBA and DEMO-SPK. He also was the Chairman of Flightpath 2020 of the European Commission from 2013 to 2016.
Dr Tobias Sattler is a geoscientist (Heidelberg University) specializing in environmental chemistry. During his master's thesis (RSMAS, University of Miami) he specialized in the analysis of air pollutants and greenhouse gases. After completing his doctorate degree in Heidelberg, he moved to the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry as a postdoc, where he oversaw the “CARIBIC” project on atmospheric research. During his research career he was part of various interdisciplinary and international projects (HALOPROC, ATACAMA dry limits of life, HIFOL).