Anna Pavlicek


Anna Pavlicek is a biologist and environmental manager. She is a Junior Scientist at the ITA in the area of nanotechnologies.


Anna Pavlicek studied biology with a focus on zoology at the University of Vienna (MSc), as well as Environmental Management and Ecotoxicology at the University of Applied Sciences Vienna (MSc). She is currently working on her thesis at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) in Vienna. Her research focuses on questions of „Environmental Health and Safety“, concerning nanotechnologies.


From 2014 to 2016 Anna Pavlicek worked as a lab technician at the Institute of Science and Technology (IST) in Klosterneuburg. She took part in international research projects on Genetic Modified Organisms (GMOs). Subsequently she decided to attend a six-months FEMtech internship at the Unit for Environmental Resources & Technologies of the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT). She focused on methods and research on the reduction of CO2 through its use as resource material.

Her second FEMtech internship in 2017 led her to the ITA where she was involved in the projects NanoTrust and SafeNanoKap. Since April 2018 she is a Junior Researcher for the NanoTrust project, looking at safety and regulatory issues and relevant social issues around nanotechnologies.

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