University of Potsdam
Maulbeerallee 3, Building 3, Room 1.12
I'm broadly interested in ecological processes, especially in species distributions and how they are affected by global change.
I like data analyses and modelling, particularly when spatial data are involved, however, I also enjoy going outside and gathering data myself.
Within the DEBTs project, I aim to disentangle the importance of abiotic and biotic drivers of observed changes in North American breeding birds using a 50-year time series of count data.
Research assistant in the Ecology & Macroecology group, University of Potsdam
M.Sc. Environmental Sciences, University of Freiburg (thesis on detecting bird calls during nocturnal migration using machine learning)
Internship at the Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO-KNAW) on predicting high tide roost choice in wintering oystercatchers
Internship and B.Sc. thesis at the Research Institute for Forest Ecology and Forestry Rhineland-Palatinate (fieldwork for estimating ungulate population size using distance sampling, thesis on deriving red deer distribution patterns from aerial surveys and faecal pellet count data)
B.Sc. Geography, University of Freiburg