Dr. Lars Krogmann

Hymenoptera

EDUCATION

2005

Ph.D. in Entomology ("magna cum laude"), University of Hamburg

Doctoral Thesis: "Molecular and morphological approaches to the systematic position of Pteromalidae within Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera: Apocrita)"

2001

M.Sc. (Diplom) in Zoology, University of Hamburg

Master Thesis: "The preimaginal development of Pteromalidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea)"

1998

B.Sc. (Vordiplom) in Biology (Zoology, Applied Botany, Microbiology), University of Hamburg

1995-1996

Education as emergency technician (part of alternative civilian services)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

since May 2012

German Barcode of Life: Project leader of GBOL3 www.bolgermany.de

since April 2008

Curator of Hymenoptera at the Entomological Department of the State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart

January 2009-December 2013

Editor-in-Chief of Insect Systematics & Evolution http://www.brill.nl/insect-systematics-evolution

February 2009-April 2011

EDIT team leader at the State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart http://www.e-taxonomy.eu

January 2007-March 2008

Postdoctoral Researcher, Australian Centre for Evolutionary Biology & Biodiversity, The University of Adelaide, Australia http://www.adelaide.edu.au/environment/acebb

January-December 2006

Curation, determination and digitalisation of the Chalcidoidea Collection in the Zoological Museum, Hamburg

Concept and arrangement of the permanent insect exhibition in the Zoological Museum, Hamburg

November-December 2005

Curation and determination of the Rudow Hymenoptera Collection in the Phyletic Museum, Jena

2002-2006

Lecturer of insect determination courses with combined field excursions, University of Hamburg

1999-2001

Museum technician at the Entomological Collection of the Zoological Museum, Hamburg

Feb-Apr 1998

Ecological internship at the field station "Bilsa" in the littoral forest of Ecuador (organised by the Jatun Sacha foundation - http://www.jatunsacha.org), Assistance in reforestation, collection of herbar material and ornithological observations

GRANTS AND AWARDS

2012-2015

German Barcode of Life Project 3: Fauna and Fungi of SW-Germany www.bolgermany.de/team/projekte#GBOL3

2012

Research project on the systematics of Australian Pompilidae (10 working days) at the National History Museum London - SYNTHESYS-programme of the European Union http://www.synthesys.info

2011

Research project on fossil Hymenoptera (20 working days) at the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle Paris - Invited lecturer (Maître de conférence) 

2010

Research project on fossil Chalcidoidea (10 working days) at the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle Paris - SYNTHESYS-programme of the European Union http://www.synthesys.info

2009

Research project on the systematics of Pompilidae (10 working days) at the National History Museum London - SYNTHESYS-programme of the European Union http://www.synthesys.info

2006-2008

Feodor Lynen Research fellowship at the School of Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Adelaide - Alexander von Humboldt foundation http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/

2007

Weiss/Wiehe prize for an outstanding PhD thesis in Entomology - Ingrid Weiss/Horst Wiehe foundation

2006

Research stay (40 working days) at the Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen (Summer 2006) - Entomological Department, ZMUC

2005

Participation in a Tree-of-Life-Workshop on the Phylogeny of Chalcidoidea in Riverside (08.-20.09.2005) - University of California, Riverside

Research project on the phylogeny of Hymenoptera (60 working days) at the Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen (18.05.-10.08.2005) - SYNTHESYS-programme of the European Union

2004

Research stay (60 working days) at the Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen (13.04.-12.07.2004) - German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

2002-2004

Doctoral grant (01.10.2002-30.09.2004) - University of Hamburg

2001

Travelling grant for the participation in a congress on parasitic Hymenoptera in Koeszeg (Hungary) (14.- 22.05.2001) - University of Hamburg

Research Stays

Ecuador (1999), Hungary (2001, 2010), Denmark (2004, 2005, 2006), Sweden (2005, 2011), USA (2005, 2009, 2010), Australia (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011), South Africa (2008), England (2009), Switzerland (2009), New Caledonia (2009), France (2010, 2011), Honduras (2012), South Korea (2012)

Professional Associations

International Society of Hymenopterists (ISH) - http://www.hymenopterists.org, The Willi Hennig Society - http://www.cladistics.org, German Society of General and Applied Entomology (DGaaE) - http://www.dgaae.de, Society for Biological Systematics (GfBS) - http://www.gfbs-home.de, Society of Australian Systematic Biologists (SASB) - http://www.sasb.org.au/, Entomological Society Stuttgart (EVS) - http://www.entomologie-stuttgart.de, German Nature Conservation Association (NABU) - http://www.nabu.de