M. Sc. student of Conservation and Landscape Planning at the Technical University of Munich (TUM, Germany) and team assistant at the BioChange Lab
B. Sc. Landscape Architecture and Landscape Planning at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). Bachelor Thesis at the Chair for Terrestrial Ecology under the supervision of Dr. C. Hof “Species distribution modelling of selected grasshoppers in Europe and Bavaria”
Mathematics, University of Heidelberg (first two semesters)
My academic education started with a B.Sc. degree in Biology (2014-2017) at the LMU followed by an M.Sc. of Biology at the TUM with a focus on Ecology (2018-2020). The topic of my Master’s thesis was “Climatic Influence on Dragonfly Distribution at Different Spatial Scales” supervised by Dr. Christian Hof. I now work as a research assistant at the BioChange Lab. My interests lie in the distribution of dragonflies and what factors are decisive for them to inhabit certain areas, the effect different spatial scales have on species distribution and how modelling can be used in conservation decisions.