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Jesper Erenskjold Moeslund

Researcher

Curriculum Vitae

LAST UPDATED: 16 Jun 2020.

Personal data: Born 24 December 1980, Denmark. Married. PhD.

Address: Section for Biodiversity, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, Grenaavej 14, 8410 Roende, Denmark

Education: PhD-Student, Biology, Aarhus University, 2008-2012. M.Sc. in Biology, Aarhus University, January 2010. Computer Science, Aarhus University, 2002-2004 (changed study to biology). High School, Marselisborg Gymnasium, 2001.

Teaching experience: Lecturer in deep learning at the PhD/postdoc course Machine Learning for Biologists held by NEiC at Kalø, spring 2019 (3 days, 1-2 ECTS). Guest lectures, Danish Flora and Vegetation (3rd-4th year students, 10 ECTS), 2014+2015+2016. Teaching assistent (TA), botanic field excursions (1st year students), Rydhave, Summer 2008+2009. TA, botanic field excursions (3rd-4th year students), Northern Jutland, Summer 2008+2009+2011+2012. TA, Course: Plants, algae, fungi (1st year students, 10 ECTS), autumn 2008+2009+2010. TA, course: Plant identification (1st year students, 5 ECTS), spring 2010.

Research interests: ecoinformatics, biogeography, botanics, vegetation patterns, remote-sensing, topography, macroecology, climate-changes, lidar, statistical modelling, dark diversity, conservation, restoration, biodiversity.

Memberships: Dansk Botanisk Forening (committee member), Bryologkredsen, European Dry Grassland Group

Invited talks:

2018, 24 July: Using dark diversity in nature management ­– what can we learn from missing plant species? IAVS 61st Annual Symposium, Bozeman, Montana, USA. Approx. 350 delegates.

2016, 22 August: Using lidar to gain knowledge on vegetation–microtopography relationships of potential value for conservation and restoration. SER2016 – 10th European Conference on Ecological Restoration, Fresing, Germany. Approx. 400 delegates.

2015, 17 March: Potentielle konsekvenser af havniveaustigninger for Kolindsund og omegn. Kolindsunds venner. Kolind, Denmark. Approx. 20 participants.

2013, 15 April: Kystnatur i klimaklemme (I): Strandengsvegetationen. Biodiversitetssymposium 2013, Copenhagen University. Approx. 200 delegates.

2009, 25 November: The impact of coastal sqeezing on salt meadow plant communities, Biogeography and Macroecology course, Aarhus University

2009, 4-5 March: The impact of coastal sqeezing on salt meadow plant communities, DMU Fagmøde, Ebeltoft, DK. Approx. 200 delegates.