Dr. Dániel Winkler - English

Dr. Dániel Winkler PhD.

associate professor

 

Date and place of birth:

Sopron, June 10, 1973

 

Studies:

Berzsenyi Dániel Lycée, Sopron, 1987-1991

University of Forestry and Wood Industry, Sopron, 1991-1996

Università degli Studi di Padova, Padova, Italy, 1995-1996

 

Jobs, positions:

2002-2006 University of West Hungary, assistant professor

2006– University of West Hungary (University of Sopron from 2017), associate professor

 

Scientific degree:

2006 PhD (summa cum laude)

 

Language skills:

German intermediate C

English intermediate C

Italian intermediate level knowledge

 

Activities carried out in the academic sphere:

2018– MTA Section of Agricultural Sciences, Committee on Forestry, Subcommittee on Wildlife Management - clerk

 

Most importan research projects:

  • NEWFLUBIRD – Avian Influenza Monitoring in Hungary (Wetlands International – NYME EMK, 2008–2009).
  • NEWFLUBIRD 2 – Avian Influenza Monitoring in Hungary (Wetlands International – NYME EMK, 2010–2011).
  • INTERREG - Hungary-Slovakia – Program cezhraničnej spolupráce Maďarská republika – Slovenská republika 2007–2013. Összehangolt természetvédelmi tevékenységek a határmenti térségben. Bratislavský samosprávny kraj – FHNP – NYME EMK, HU-SK 2008/01/ 2009–2010)
  • Svájci Alap – Surveys of protected and strictly protected animal species of community interest and the development of their monitoring methodologies in the Natura 2000 sites of Vas, Zala and Somogy counties. STVSZ – ŐNPI – BFNPI – TÖA – NYME (SH/4/12; 2012–2016)

 

Most important research fields

- forest bird communities and vegetation structure relasionships

- habitat selection of farmland birds in intensively and extensively managed agricultural areas

- bioacustical methods for individual recognition of birds

- bat faunistic surveys

- soil mesofauna surveys and evaluations

 

 

Teaching activities

Vertebrate Zoology, Conservation of Vertebrate Species, Special Ornithology, Special Soil Zoology (PhD), Forest Vertebrate and Invertebrate Community Ecology (PhD), Vertebrate Species Conservation Strategies (PhD)

 

 

Supervising activity: A total of 140 theses (2PhD, 75 BSc, 38 MSc, and 25 TDK work.

 

Fellowships:

Università degli Studi di Padova, Olaszország, Padova

Reinland-Pfalz–Mainz Forstdirektion, Németország

University of Brithish Columbia, Vancouver, Kanada

 

Publications:

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