Ecosystem Modeling, Center for Computational and Theoretical Biology (CCTB)
University of Würzburg
Emil-Fischer-Str 32 (Left entrance, Apartment L3), 97074 Würzburg
Project: Biodiversity distribution and dynamics of terrestrial plants in Bavaria and their response to climate and land use change
In my research, I use mechanistic niche models to assess the response of plant biodiversity to environmental change in Bavaria. By exploring the complex correlations between environmental change and plant diversity, I hope to contribute to the theoretical understanding of range dynamics of plant species and to provide specific guidance to conservation authorities.
The project is part of the interdisciplinary research consortium “BLIZ”, a Bayklif funded project that investigates how society, land use, ecosystem services and biodiversity interact in Bavaria under the influence of climate change until 2100. Within BLIZ, my project entails close collaboration with partners in the University of Regensburg (Prof. Dr. Florian Hartig).
|2020||-||now||PhD student||Ecosystem Modeling, CCTB, University of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany|
|2020||-||2020||Research assistant||Theoretical Biology Group, University of Bielefeld|
|2017||-||2020||Master of Behaviour: From Neural||University of Bielefeld|
|2013||-||2016||Bachelor of Biology||University of Bielefeld|