Kleinwalsertal

Till Jonathan Deilmann

Institute of Ecology and Evolution | Professorship of Biodiversity of Plants​
Kleinwalsertal
Image: Christine Römermann
Institute of Ecology and Evolution
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Biodiversity of plants
Till J. Deilmann
PhD student
Till Deilmann
Room 408
Philosophenweg 12
07743 Jena

Research interests

Curriculum vitae
Since October 2021 PhD student at Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena in the DFG-Project B01 CRC AquaDiva
10/2018 – 09/2021 Master programme Evolution, Ecology and Systematics, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena.
Master thesis: Patterns in phenology and functional traits of herbaceous plant species from Botanical gardens and natural habitats.
08/2019 – 01/2020 Semester abroad at Aarhus University, Denmark.
Modules: Biogeography and Macroecology, Experimental Evolutionary Biology, Statistical and Geospatial Modelling
10/2015 – 09/2018 Bachelor programme Biologie, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Major: Ecology
Bachelor thesis: Abschätzung der zukünftigen Entwicklung der nutzungsfreien Waldflächen auf dem Jenzig in Hinblick auf Bestandsstruktur, Verjüngung und Totholzvorrat.

Publications

  • Deak, L., Deilmann, T. J., Kessel, A., Preisser, M., Wiesenberger, E. (2021). Ehemaliges Truppenübungsgelände Jenaer Forst als Lebensraum – Untersuchung eines Himmelsteiches mit angrenzender Vegetationsfläche in Jena, Thüringen. Haussknechtia, 15, 83-108.

Conference contributions

Deilmann, T.J., Ulrich, J. & Römermann, C. (2022). Habitat matters: Patterns in phenology and functional traits of herbaceous plant species from Botanical gardens and natural habitats. 7th iDiv Conference 2022 (Presentation)