Rooted in environmental physics, plant physiological ecology and agronomy I extended my interests towards understanding human-land relations during wetland research in East-Africa since 2006. I recently developed a new wetland policy process theory together with leading environmental policy-makers of East-Africa. I also recently developed a new theory for understanding future imagination of rural farmers for improving the sustainability of agricultural systems. I have been a coordinator and PI in several collaborative research projects with responsibilities for research integration and modeling. I also worked six years in practical farming.
Understanding and developing methods for improving the sustainability of socio-ecological systems is my general interest. I am still affiliated with University of Bonn after having completed several projects and fresh up my computer skills by becoming a certified data scientist in July 2024. I am currently seeking a new employment opportunity. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you seek for an integration scientist interested in solving socio-ecological issues.
Hiking, novel reading, art, music, theatre, movies, cooking and meeting friends and colleagues. Mentoring volunteers of Action Reconciliation and Peace Service.