I am a Junior Professor for Environmental Genomics at the Limnological Institute at the University of Konstanz. I study biodiversity changes in relation to changes of Earth's surface over geological timescales and across the last decades, centuries and millennia by using genomic data as (paleo-)ecological and evolutionary archives. My methodological focus has been on time series from (ancient) environmental DNA obtained directly from sedimentary deposits and other environmental archives.
Junior Professor | University of Konstanz | Institute page
Background: Environmental Genomics | Molecular Ecology | Molecular Evolution | DNA Sequencing | Cloning | Genetics
ResearchGate: Laura S Epp
I am interested in studying biodiversity based genomic approaches. I have always been fascinated by aquatic systems (especially marine) and population genomics. I work on genomic data from DNA extraction, bioinformatic data processing to analyses. I have done genomic, metagenomic and metabarcoding research. Currently, I am studying past population genomics of Apocalathium malmogiense and Skeletonema marinoi in the Baltic Sea.
PhD student | University of Konstanz | Institute page
Backround: Genomics | Metagenomics | Metabarcoding | Bioinformatics | Biodiversity Research
ResearchGate: Alexandra Schmidt
I am one of the partners that supports WP2. I am an evolutionary limnologist and established high thoughput phenotyping methods for plankton.
Professor | University of Konstanz | Institute page
Background: Genetic Diversity | Evolutionary Biology | Evolution | Aquatic Systems
ResearchGate: Lutz Becks