Kalle Wulf studied Environmental Engineering at the University of Applied Science Bremen from 2012 until 2017. In 2015 he completed two semesters abroad at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. His bachelor thesis was written in cooperation with the research group CascadeUse and adressed the development of an life cycle assessment of cascaded utilisation using a case study of wind turbine blades.
Within the post-graduate studies of Environmental Engineering M.Sc. at the University of Applied Sciences Bremen Kalle Wulf continues his academic career.
At the University of Oldenburg Kalle is working on the implementation of multi-criteria decision support in order to assess the sustainability of biogas plants. As an scientific assistant he is researching possibilities for the recycling of rotor blades from wind turbines.