Course development & teaching, Bachelor level

2007-2009 Laboratory course “Habitat structure and spider predation on Collembola” (V-OE-TAT). JLU Giessen, Germany

2009-2010 Laboratory course “Zoological nomenclature and intraspecific differentiation” (V-ZO-EAT MME). JLU Giessen, Germany

  

Course development & teaching, Diploma/Master level

2000-2006 Student assistant in invertebrate determination and dissection courses (Zoology), excursions (Ecology) and advanced courses (Animal Physiology). TU-Darmstadt, Germany.

2007-2008 Field course “Spatial ecology: predator-prey associations in grasslands” (ÖKUF001 & 002). JLU Giessen, Germany

2007 Laboratory course “Predation: diet preferences and optimal foraging” (A-4-TOE), JLU Giessen, Germany

2008-2009 Seminar “Current topics in animal ecology” (M-TOE-SEM). JLU Giessen, Germany

2009-2010 Course “Assistance in Zoology” (V-ZO-ASZ). JLU Giessen, Germany

2010 Laboratory course “Animal ecology” (M-WP-LAB TÖ). JLU Giessen, Germany

2010  Course “Animal ecology & nature conservation” (M-WP-TEA TÖ & NS). JLU Giessen, Germany

2007-2016 Seminar “Fauna of southern Africa” (M-TÖ-SEM EX). JLU Giessen, Germany

2012-2016  Lecture “Community analysis & conservation biology” (BIOR37). Lund University, Sweden

2013-2016 Lectures “Soil animals” and “Agricultural management and soil biota” (BIOR24). Lund University, Sweden

2014 & 2015 Laboratory course “Soil animal ecology” (BIOR24, BIOR78), Lund University, Sweden

2016 Course "General & applied ecology", BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany

  

Course development & teaching, PhD level

2007 Organizer & lecturer of the one-week summer school “Biodiversity and landscape ecology”. JLU Giessen and the Georg August University Göttingen, Germany

2012  Lecturer at the 10-day “Soil health and biological control” course. SLU Uppsala, Sweden & Stellenbosch University, South Africa

2012 Organizer & lecturer of the 1st one-week interdisciplinary PhD summer school “Biodiversity and Ecosystem functioning in Agriculture and Forestry” in the ClimBEco (Climate, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in a changing world) graduate school. Lund University, Sweden

2015 Organizer & lecturer of the 2nd one-week interdisciplinary PhD summer school “Biodiversity and Ecosystem functioning in Agriculture and Forestry” in the ClimBEco (Climate, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in a changing world) graduate school. Lund University, Sweden

2016 Lecturer at the Climate-KIC Summerschool, lectures "Introduction to sustainable land use" and "The maize case".

  

Excursions

2008-2016 Main supervisor excursion “Fauna of southern Africa” to Namibia (M-WP-EXK TÖ). JLU Giessen, Germany

  

Thesis supervision

2005-2007 Co-supervisor of 3 Diploma theses at the TU Darmstadt, Germany

2007-2015 Co-supervisor of 5 Diploma, 8 master, 9 Bachelor and 5 state examination theses at the JLU Giessen, Germany

2011-2017 Co-supervisor of 7 master and 2 bachelor theses at Lund University, Sweden

2008-2014 Co-supervisor PhD thesis “Predators in arable land: effects of prey availability, habitat structure and landscape complexity on food webs” by E. Diehl (“summa cum laude”; with V. Wolters, JLU Giessen). Winner of the Ludwig-Jungermann-Preis 2014.

2009-2015 Co-supervisor PhD thesis “Arthropod diversity in forest ecosystems: sampling design and diversity-function relationships in a decomposer-predator food-chain” by E. Sereda (“magna cum laude”; with V. Wolters, JLU Giessen)

2010-2014 Co-supervisor PhD thesis “Ground beetle dynamics in intensively managed agricultural landscapes” by E. Palmu (with K. Hedlund and H. G. Smith, Lund University)

2010-2015 Co-supervisor PhD thesis “Ecosystem services and landscape structure at increased agricultural production of food, feed and biofuels” by H. Hanson (with K. Hedlund and H. G. Smith, Lund University)

2014-2017 Co-supervisor PhD thesis ”Herbivore-parasitoid communities and interactions in agricultural landscapes” by J. Berger (with K. Hedlund, Lund University)

2015-2016 Co-supervisor PhD thesis ”Extraguild prey composition drives trophic interactions within predatory arthropod community in agroecosystems” by E. Roubinet (with M. Jonsson, B. Ekbom, M. Traugott, SLU Uppsala)