Mag. Andrea Krapf

Position:

project researcher

Contact:

Phone:+43 1 52177-576
Fax: +43 1 52177-459
  • 18.05.1980 born in Oberpullendorf

  • Education
  • 1999 - 2003 Study of Biology (University of Vienna)
  • 2003 - 2008 Major subject Ecology
  • 2004 Starting work of diploma thesis [theme: "Nesting Dynamics of the solitary digger wasp Bembecinus hungaricus (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Crabronidae) at the nature Reserve „in den Sandbergen“ near Drösing an der March, Lower Austria" ? supervised by Prof. Dr. W. Waitzbauer]
  • 2008 Commencement Mag. rer. nat. (Master of Science)
  • 2009 Hiking guide training, Verband Alpiner Vereine Österreichs
  • 2009 Training for an excursion leader in National Park Neusiedler See Seewinkel

  • Employments
  • 1998, 1999 Austrian Research Centers Seibersdorf, Austria, work experience
  • 2004 - 2005 Natural History Museum Vienna, Department of Botany, Abteilung für Botanik, administration project Synthesys
  • 2005 - 2009 Natural History Museum Vienna, Department of Botany, Assistant in the "Global Plants Initiative" project, training and supervision of volunteers
  • 2006 - 2008 University of Vienna, Department of conservation Biology, vegetation- and landscape Ecology, Tutor, integrative ecological laboratory course: long-term monitoring of forest ecosystems close to the town using the example of the Vienna Forest
  • 2009 - Natural History Museum Vienna, Department of Botany, administration project “Synthesys” and publishing
  • 2017 employed within the FWF Project Phylogeny of Edible Sea Urchins P29508-B25

Larnhof A., 2009: Nesting Dynamics of the digger wasp Bembecinus hungaricus (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Crabronidae) at the nature Reserve „in den Sandbergen“ near Drösing a.d. March, Lower Austria - Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft 145 (2008): 35-47.

 

Krapf, A., 2013: Wissen teilen, Wissen vernetzen: SYNTHESYS - Europäisches Programm für Gastforscher an Naturhistorischen Sammlungen – Das Naturhistorische: das Magazin des NHM in: Universum, 2013/12: 110.