Gerald M. Schneeweiss

University staff (permanent), group leader

E-mail: gerald.schneeweiss (at) univie.ac.at

Phone: +43 1 4277 54062

Research interests: Evolution — including (in no particular order) phylogeny, biogeography and phylogeography, diversification and speciation, polyploidy and genomics — as well as systematics and taxonomy of varied angiosperm groups. 

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Luise Schratt-Ehrendorfer

University staff (permanent)

E-mail: luise.ehrendorfer (at) univie.ac.at

Phone: +43 1 4277 54063

Research interests: Flora and vegetation of Central Europe – Flora and vegetation of floodplains – Red Data Lists and nature conservation

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Michael Kiehn

University staff (permanent), head of the Core Facility Botanical Garden

E-mail: michael.kiehn (at) univie.ac.at

Phone: +43 1 4277 54198

Research interests: Karyology, morphology, systematics, and evolution of sympetalous dicotyledons (e.g. Rubiaceae, Scrophulariaceae, Gesneriaceae) – Radiation, adaptation and speciation in plants on islands – History and developmental strategies of Botanical Gardens – Protection and "ex situ" conservation of rare and endangered plants – Didactics of botany

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Christian Gilli

University staff (project employee)

E-mail: christian.gilli (at) univie.ac.at

Phone: +43 1 4277 54063

Research interests: Phytogeography and floristics of Central Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean – Vegetation and landscape Ecology – Taxonomy, chemodiversity and chemosystematics

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Michaela Sonnleitner

University staff (project employee), PhD student

E-mail: michaela.sonnleitner (at) univie.ac.at

Phone: +43 1 4277 54063

Research interests: Evolution including polyploid speciation, crossing barriers, phylogeny – Ecology of alpine habitats – Biodiversity research including DNA barcoding

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Clemens Pachschwöll

University staff (PraeDoc Assistant), PhD student

E-mail: clemens.pachschwoell (at) univie.ac.at

Phone: +43 1 4277 54064

Research interests: Plant phylogeny, taxonomy and evolution - DNA barcoding - Invasion biology, neophytes - Flora and vegetation of the Alps, the Carpathians, the Bohemian Massif and the Pannonian Basin - Floristics

Thesis project: Detecting ‘invaders in disguise’ – DNA barcoding of taxonomically challenging, cryptic invasive plant species in Austria

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Jalil Noroozi

Post doc

E-mail: jalil.noroozi (at) univie.ac.at

Phone: +43 1 4277 54381

Research interests: Ecology of alpine habitats – Biogeography and evolution of alpine plants – Alpine plant communities in Iran and the Caucasus region – Alpine plant diversity and climate change – Land use impacts and conservation biology in alpine environments

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Petra Šarhanová

Post doc

E-mail: petra.sarhanova (at) univie.ac.at

Phone: +43 1 4277 54064

Research interests: Systematics, phylogeography and evolution of different plant taxa — Apomixis — Polyploidy

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Dennis Larsson

University staff (project employee), PhD student

E-mail: dennis.larsson (at) univie.ac.at

Phone: +43 1 4277 54064

Research interests: Plant systematics, especially the phylogeny of groups that have experience rapid speciation through adaptive radiation, polyploidy and/or hybridization. Currently working on resolving the phylogeny of Phyteuma by using genomic data, as a means to understand the evolution of alpine flora.

Thesis project: Evolution in(to) alpine habitats: the case study of Phyteuma (Campanulaceae)

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Da Pan

PhD student

E-mail: panda143526 (at) gmail.com

Phone: +43 1 4277 54064

Thesis project: Quaternary niche dynamics and range dynamics in alpine plants

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Martin Rose

PhD student

Thesis project: Impact of trade restrictions on species survival

Angelika Billensteiner

MSc student

Thesis topic: Numerical analyses of species distribution patterns in the vascular plant flora of Austria

Anne Grahl

MSc student

Thesis topic: Botanische Gärten und das Nagoya-Protokoll (über den Zugang zu genetischen Ressourcen und den ausgewogenen und gerechten Vorteilsausgleich bei ihrer Nutzung) - Umsetzungsmöglichkeiten im Rahmen des International Plant Exchange Networks (IPEN)

Susanne Hrinkov

MSc student

Thesis topic: Elisabeth Tschermak-Woess: Wissenschaftliche Leistung und biografische Daten

Veronika Rohn

MSc student

Thesis topic: A review of international trade of selected South American medicinal plants