Senckenberg Museum of Natural History Görlitz

Pterygote Insects
Bernhard Seifert

Dr. rer. nat. Bernhard Seifert

born 28 September 1955 in Zwickau


Research

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2011


Participation in the Chinese-German Tibet expedition (PaDeMoS project)

2007


The book "Die Ameisen Mittel- und Nordeuropas" is published at lutra-editors Tauer

2001 Participation in the German-Kyrgysian-Kazakhian expedition in the Tarbagatai, Saur- and Manrak Mountains, the Saisan Depression and the Dshungar Alatao

2000

Participation in the German-Kyrgysian-Kazakhian expedition in the Central and Eastern Tian Shan

1995

4-weeks expedition through Fennoscandia

1990

appointment to Head Conservator of the Pterygota collection

1985

PhD graduation (Dr. rer. nat.) with the topics "Comparative investigation of habitat selection of ants in the southern part of the GDR“

1985

4-weeks expedition into the East-Central Caucasus

1985

Appointment as curator of the collection of pterygote insects

since 1981

Head of the section Pterygote Insects at the Senckenberg Museum of Natural History  Görlitz

Main focus of research: taxonomy, ecology and evolution of Palaearctic ants (since  1979 as an amateur, since 1981 as a professional)

1979 - 1980

scientific cooperator in the department Developmental Biology of Mammals at the Central Institute of Genetics and Cultivated Plant Research of the Academy of Sciences in Gatersleben

1979

Diploma thesis "The topography of the exohypothalamic, neuro-secretory system of the domestic pigeon"

1974 - 1979

Study of biology at the University of Leipzig, special study of animal physiology
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