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Curriculum Vitae

Professional Experience

since December 2018

PostDoc at Czech University of Life Scienc Prague, Department of Water Resources and Environmental Modeling (link) . Effects of land use and climate change on vegetation and hydrology in Central Europe.

June - November 2018

PostDoc at Institute of Botany of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Průhonice
Czech Republic (link). Potential of vegetation to buffer the effects of climate change.

June 2017 - May 2018

PostDoc - Earth System Analysis. Assessing the consequences of biodiversity tipping on socioecological systems (Biodiv4Future project).

Dec 2016 - May 2017

PostDoc - Earth System Analysis, in the CLIMAX project on Strengthening societal adaptation response to extreme events.
April 2012 - Nov 2016 PostDoc - Earth System Analysis, in the LEGATO project (LEGATO) on ecosystem services under climate and landuse change in South-East Asia


Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfÖ), 2006-to date
Ecosystem Service Partnership (ESP), 2014-to date
European Geoscience Union (EGU), 2011-2012
Society for Tropical Ecology (gtö), 2008-to date
Young Modellers in Ecology (YoMos), 2006-2014

Reviewer for

Regional Environmental Change Journal of Ecology
Environmental Processes Water
Computers & Geosciences


Geoscientific Model Development

Teaching at University of  Potsdam, Institute of Geosciences

For Bachelor Geoecolgy
  Globale Ökologie, Vorlesung, gemeinsam mit Kollegen
  Globale Ökologie, Seminar
  Die Erde als System, Vorlesung, gemeinsam mit Kollegen
  Die Erde als System, Seminar, gemeinsam mit Kollegen
For Master Geoecology
  Modellierung Erdsystemarer Prozesse, Ringvorlesung
  Modellierung erdsystemarer Prozesse und deren praktische Umsetzung in R, Blockseminar, gemeinsam mit Kollegen


Sept 2012 Promotion - Title of Thesis: The Role of Climate and Landuse Change on the Riverine Carbon Fluxes in Amazonia
June 2005 Diplom - Title of Diploma Thesis: Dynamics and distribution of functional plant types in the southern Kalahari - spatially explicit, model-based studies

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