Research

The PhD, postdoctoral and public-public research projects and programmes are being realized in close co-operation with the Scientific Research Center of the Luxembourg National Museum of Natural History.

Using genetic methods to understand the movement ecology of the crested newt (Triturus cristatus) in Luxembourg
Alain Frantz, Amanda Luttringer
Public2 | 2019-2021
MosquitoLUX – Atlas of the mosquitoes of Luxembourg
Francis Schaffner, Christian Ries, Alexander Weigand
Public3 | 2019-2021
DNADIVE – eDNA Detection for invasive crayfish species
David Porco
Public2 | 2018-2020
Genetic monitoring of the pool frog and the edible frog in Luxembourg
Hannah Weigand
Public | 2018-2019
Climate change, plasticity and genetic variation in Anthyllis vulneraria
Laura Daco
PhD | 2014-2018
Evolutionary potential of the raccoon roundworm
Natalia Osten-Sacken
Postdoc | 2014-2016
Genetic studies on Saxifraga rosacea
Lucile Decanter
PhD | 2012-2015
Changes & current consistency of the Cerambycofauna
Francesco Vitali
PhD | 2011-2014
Plant-animal interactions and climate change
Claude Pepin
PhD | 2010-2014
Behaviour of Martes foina after re-release
Lieke Mevis
PhD | 2009-2012
Changes in ground beetle assemblages on Keuper
Bettina Augenstein
PhD | 2009-2012
Subspecies of the common wall lizard in Luxembourg
Dr. Franz Gassert
PostDoc | 2008-2010
Arnica montana, a model for plant diversity conservation
Tiphaine Maurice
PhD | 2007-2010
High mountain burnet moths in the Central Pyrenees
Dipl.-Landschaftsökologin Petra Dieker
PhD | 2007-2010 & 2010-2011
Endangered plant species in newly available habitats
Dipl.-Biol. Ronny Mozek
PhD | 2007-2009
The forest vegetation of Luxembourg
Dr. Thomas Niemeyer
PostDoc | 2006-2009
Molecular genetics to study the life history of species
Dr. Jan Habel
PostDoc | 2006-2007
The grassland vegetation of Luxembourg
Dr. Simone Schneider
PhD | 2005-2008 & 2009-2010