For a rough outline of my academic life, see here.
Jennifer Pohle, Postdoc
Rafael Arce, PhD candidate
spatiotemporal models applied to high frequency animal movement data. Rafael is also interested in Bayesian statistical methods like INLA and MCMC.
Pia Stein, Research assistant
Christian Drews, MSc student
Space use and movement patterns of corn buntings (Emberiza calandra) in an agricultural landscape in Northeast Germany
Jan Pufelski, IT admin & technician
Pia Stein, M.Sc.
Thesis: Space use and behavioural niches in a small rodent community (2021).
Milena Müller, M.Sc.
Thesis: "Land use of two ecologically similar open habitat passerine species in the Northwest Uckermark" (2021).
Pauline Holz, M.Sc.
Thesis: "Identification of priority conservation areas for the Persian leopard (Panthera pardus saxicolor) and prey species in the Lesser Caucasus" (2021). Co-supervised with Dr. Arash Ghoddousi, HU Berlin.
Christoph Lobas, M.Sc.
Thesis: "Spatial coexistence through a trade-off in foraging movement strategies: the role of landscape properties" (2019).
Chris is now a PhD student in the Orycs project at the University of Potsdam.