Mag. Dr. Silvia Ulrich

Technical assistant (half-time) and Lecturer
Ground floor, room 1
t: +43 (0)1 4277-540 00
m: silvia.ulrich@univie.ac.at

© S. Ulrich

Research interests


  • Forensic palynology
  • Ultrastructure research and palynology
  • Evolution of trapping inflorescences in the aroid family

 Teaching

Current Courses

 Cooperations

  • Bundesgärten_Wien
  • Botanischer Garten München
  • Kew Gardens, England
  • P. Boyce, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia

 Curriculum Vitae

Derzeitige Anstellung

  • 2020/10– Technical assistant (half-time) and Lecturer

Ausbildung und wissenschaftliche Laufbahn

  • 2020/10–2021/8 Scientific Collaborator (half-time) and Lecturer
  • 2019–2020 Scientific Collaborator and Lecturer
  • 2016–2019 Associate Researcher and Lecturer
  • 2010–2016 PhD at the Department of Structural and Functional Botany, University Vienna
  • 2009–2012 Scientific project collaborator - FWF Project "Evolution of trapping inflorescences in the aroid family"
  • 2006–Technical Assistant (half day) at the Department of Ultrastructure Research and Palynology
  • 2006–2008 Editing pictures and data input for PalDat (palynological database)
  • 2004–2007 Tutor at the Institute of Botany, University of Vienna (Department of Palynology and Structural Botany)
  • 2003–2006 Thesis Research at the Institute of Botany, University of Vienna (Department of Palynology and Structural Botany)
  • 1995–2006 Study of Biology at University of Vienna
  • 1994 Study of History of Art for one semester and study of History for a semester at University of Vienna. Study of Pharmacy for three semesters at University of Vienna
  • 1993/94 Study of Philosophy and Anglistics for a year at University of Vienna

Publications


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2021


2020


2018


Halbritter, H., Ulrich, S., Grímsson, F., Weber, M., Zetter, R., Hesse, M., Buchner, R., Svojtka, M., & Frosch-Radivo, A. (2018). Aperture. In Illustrated Pollen Terminology (2 ed.) doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71365-6_9


Weber, M., & Ulrich, S. (2018). PalDat - A useful tool for identifying recent and fossil pollen. In 10th European Palaeobotany & Palynology Conference: Program & Abstracts (pp. 190-191). [0344]


2017


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