Last updated 04.12.2009 by Dagmar Schröter

Dr. Dagmar Schröter

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA),
Laxenburg, Austria

Tel.: +43 664 4389334


Photo by MAZ/Christel Köster.








Curriculum Vitae | Publications | Teaching

Curriculum Vitae
Download detailed CV here (ca. 120 KB).
Brief summary
  • Since June 2009: Guest Research Scholar in the Risk & Vulnerability Programme, Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria.

  • Oct 2008: Rejected (for personal reasons) call for the chair of “Ecological Services” (full professorship), Elite Study Program of Global Change Ecology, Bayreuth University, Bayreuth, Germany.

  • March 2007 - Nov 09: Researcher and coordinator in the Environmental Impact Assessment and Climate Change Group of the Umweltbundesamt GmbH, Vienna, Austria.

  • June 2005 – May 08: Visiting research fellow at the George Perkins Marsh Institute at Clark University, Worcester, USA.

  • Sept 2004 – June 05: Visiting postdoctoral research fellow in the Science, Environment and Development Group at the Kennedy School of Government, Center for International Development (CID) at Harvard University, Cambridge, USA.

  • May 2001 – Mar 05: Postdoctoral research fellow and scientific coordinator (ATEAM-project), Department of Global Change & Natural Systems at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Potsdam, Germany. See some of us running below.

  • Apr 1996 – Dec 2000. Research assistant within two EU projects (CANIF and GLOBIS) at the Institute of Animal Ecology & Zoology, University of Gießen, Germany.

A small part of the ATEAM: Stephen Sitch, Alberte Bondeau, Sönke Zaehle,
me, Richard J.T. Klein, Uta Fritsch and the Potsdam Institute's main building
in the background.
Photo by MAZ/Christel Köster.

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~ New book ~

Assessing Vulnerability to Global Environmental Change – Making Research Useful for Adaptation Decision Making and Policy, Patt A.G., Schröter D., Klein R.J.T, and De la Vega-Leinert A.C. (eds.), Earthscan, 2009, pp. 258.

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