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Current theses

Master theses
  • Hajek, D.: Leaf physiological differences of six Hallertau hop varieties using hyperspectral UAV data and terrestrial chlorophyll measurements.

  • Benzing, T.: Investigation of influencing factors on pollen production of the downy birch (Betula pubescens) in International Phenologiacal Gardens of Europe.

Bachelor theses
  • Reiser, H.: Effects of urban climate on phenology using the example of birch in the Ingolstadt region.
  • Betzenbichler, L.:
  • Zäh, M.:

Completed theses

Master theses

  • Zevallos Falla, S. (2024): Exploration of the random forest model for automatic vegetation classification of a raised bog (southern Germany) using multisensor UAV data.

  • Rickert, S. (2023): Investigation of the Urban Climate in Eichstätt in view of the Current Urban Development as well as Modelling the Effects of Different Greening Measures in Eichstätt’s Old Town.

  • Fürst, S. (2023): Analyses of pollen production and emission from birch trees (Betula pendula Roth) in the city of Ingolstadt.

  • Lax, K. (2022): Simulation of thermal comfort during the implementation of nature-based climate adaptation measures using the city hall square in Ingolstadt as a case study.
  • Helgert, S. (2022): Analysis of urban climate based on earth observation and crowdsourcing data.
  • Buchner, L. (2021): Consequences of ash dieback on pollen viability of Fraxinus excelsior L. using the example of two seed orchards in Baden-Wuerttemberg, as well as storage experiments and investigations on the effect of long-distance transport on pollen viability.
  • Hobmeier, C. (2021): Investigation of the development and variation of physiological leaf parameters of different tree species in urban and rural areas of Munich.
  • Schwarzer, E. (2021): Pollen production of birch and hazel along an urbanisation gradient in Ingolstadt considering urban climate.
  • Sieverts, M. (2021): Investigation of the suitability of plant traits as indicators for pollen production of birches (Betula spec.) along an altitudinal gradient in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Ehrwald.
  • Wörl, V. (2021): Effect of abiotic environmental factors on birch pollen production and deposition in the Garmisch-Partenkirchen area.
  • Weber, F. (2020): The urban climate in Eichstätt with its effects on thermal comfort - an evaluation with the urban climate model ENVI-met.
  • Gebhardt, N. (2020): Quantitative reconstruction of vegetation in the high latitudes of the last 21,000 years using pollen data from sediment cores.
  • Augustin, L. (2019): Investigations on ash shoot death: single tree determination using multispectral data and comparison of spectral signature and rating data.
  • Rosler, T. (2019): Influence of stand structure on vegetation, especially on the natural regeneration of ash against the background of ash shoot dieback.
  • Helmer, L. (2019): Indicator model for decision-making on flood protection measures in industry.
  • Hocheder, S. (2018): Investigations on the suitability of phenology as a resistance indicator in ash and remote sensing methods for estimating the vitality of ash stands infested by Hymenoscyphus pseudoaldibus.
  • Jetschni, J. (2018): Comparative studies on the determination of the Leaf Area Index of the Common Hazel (Corylus avellana) with terrestrial methods.
  • Stadler, C. (2018): Palynological reconstruction of the vegetation development in the floodplain forest between Neuburg a.d.Donau and Ingolstadt.
  • Hecker, R. (2017): Investigation of cold air dynamics in Esslingen am Neckar under consideration of the settlement development.
  • Marquardt, I. (2017): Detection of the temporal change of the vegetation period using remote sensing data, phenological data and temperature data.
  • Beier, C. (2016): Detection of cold air discharges in the area between Hessen- and Spindeltal in Eichstätt.
  • Bear, J. (2016): Ecosystem services of bogs of different vitality using the example of Store Mosse National Park, Sweden.
  • Michaelis, R. (2016): Effects of meteorological parameters and different ventilation schemes on indoor concentrations of birch pollen (TUM).

Bachelor theses

  • Netter, S. (2023): Influence of chilling and forcing on leaf phenology of three native tree species - findings of the Teccs experiment.

  • Stark, J. (2023): Analysis of the hunting grounds and basking areas of the grass snake (Natrix natrix) in the Bleistätter Moor (Carinthia, Austria).

  • Rippert, A. (2023): Allergy risk of urban parks: analysis of different evaluation methods based on the example of the Hofgarten.

  • Riedl, C. (2021): The influence of ash dieback on pollen production of Fraxinus excelsior L. in a seed plantation near Emmendingen, Baden–Wuerttemberg.
  • Thamm, L. (2021) Investigations on the reproductive success of Fraxinus excelsior L. in relation to the ex-tent of damage of parental trees caused by Hymenoscyphus fraxineus in a seed orchard near Schorndorf, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
  • Fürst, S. (2020): The influence of meteorological parameters on the pollen concentration of allergenic plants using the example of Eichstätt
  • Hajek, D. (2019): Quantification of bark beetle infestation in Beilngrieser Forst (Arzberg) using multispectral and photogrammetric data
  • Schwarzfischer, L. (2019): Spatial and temporal analysis of temperature differences along an urbanization gradient in Ingolstadt
  • Klier, T. (2019): Investigations on the urban climate in Eichstätt under consideration of local cold air discharges
  • Waha, M. (2019): Investigations of the terrain climate in the Priental on the basis of temperature measurements and phenological phases
  • R. S. (2018): GIS-based investigation of the (larval) habitat of the mountain witch (Chazara briseis) (working title)
  • Oswald, A. (2018): Investigations on the influence of atmospheric circulation (general weather conditions and North Atlantic Oscillation) and temperature on selected phenological phases in Germany
  • Stitz, T. (2017): The influence of the planting of public green spaces on their allergy potential using the example of the Hofgarten Eichstätt
  • Machowski, P. (2016): Remote sensing analyses of the growth of triticale (triticosecale) as a function of microclimate
  • Muhr, L. (2016): Pollen as a bioindicator of air pollution in the Ingolstadt area
  • Bergmann, V. (2016): Indoor grass pollen concentrations in rooms with different ventilation strategies (TUM)