Personal

Personal

Affiliations

since 12/2103 Data Science Centre, University of Dundee, UK
since 12/2103 Associate Researcher, Behavioural Neurobiology, MPI for Ornithology, Seewiesen, Germany
since 01/2008 Fellow of Downing College, Regent Street, Cambridge CB2 1DQ, UK

Professional History

01/2016 – Senior Data Scientist, Plan.Net Business Intelligence, Munich, Germany
07/2015 – 12/2015 Senior Data Scientist, Blackwoodseven, Munich, Germany
08/2014 – 06/2015 BI Consultant, Interworks, Christchurch, UK
02/2013 – 07/2014 Scientist (BI Specialist, eCommerce), Windeln.de, Munich, Germany
11/2012 – 01/2013 Business Intelligence, ZooPlus, Munich, Germany
05/2011 – 10/2012 Associate Researcher, Research Group ‘Behavioural Neurobiology, MPI for Ornithology, Seewiesen, Germany
05/2009 – 03/2011 Postdoctoral Researcher, Research Group Neuroendocrinology, UCLA, USA
01/2005 – 04/2009 Postdoctoral Researcher, Research Group ‘Comparative Cognition’, University of Cambridge, UK
08/2004 – 12/2004 Associate Researcher, Research Group ‘Evolution of Behaviour’, MPI for Behavioural Physiology, Seewiesen, Germany
08/1998 – 12/1999 Research Assistant, Research Group ‘Evolution of Behaviour’,MPI for Behavioural Physiology, Seewiesen, Germany

Education

01/2011 – 07/2013 Masters of Science in Business Intelligence, University of Dundee, Scotland
01/2000 – 07/2004 PHD, Max Planck Institute for Behavioural Physiology, Seewiesen, Germany;
Research visits to California Academy of Sciences (USA), Texas A&M University (USA), Princeton University (USA) and Research Institute Neurosciences Vrije Universiteit (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
08/1996 – 07/1998 High school teacher, Landshut, Germany;
Second State Examination in biology and chemistry, Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich, Germany
10/1991 – 07/1996 First State Examination in biology and chemistry, Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich, Germany
09/1989 – 07/1991 Professional education Chemical Technical Assitant, Chemistry School Dr. Erwin Elhardt, Munich, Germany
– 05/1989 A levels, Landshut, Germany

 

Teaching

Teaching

Lectures (University of Cambridge)

2008  part 1A Evolution and behaviour;
topic: Sexual selection: A special case of natural selection, University of Cambridge

Practicals

2007 – 2009  1A Evolution and behaviour, bird song, University of Cambridge
2004 – 2005  Behavioural ecology and cognition in mammals, University of Munich

Undergraduate Projects (University of California LA)

2009 – 2011   Estrogens in spatial cognition
Cognition and the cerebellum
Estrogens and memory
Tool use

Part-II-Projects (Supervisor, University of Cambridge)

2008 – 2009  ‘Cultural and sex differences in spatial frames of references and spatial tasks’
‘Attention load during virtual navigation. Sex-specific hormonal influences?’
‘Can jays plan for the future?”
2007 – 2008   ‘Attention load during virtual navigation’
‘Working memory during virtual navigation and mental rotation’
‘Sex differences in the spatial reference frame preferences of children using a
tunnel simulation task’
2005 – 2006   ‘Strategies for navigation in a virtual tunnel’
‘Future planning in rats using the caching paradigm: memory beyond 52 hours?’

Lecture Supervisions [Tutorials] (University of Cambridge)

2006 – 2009   part 1A, Evolution and Behaviour
Part 2, Intelligence

Seminars

2007 – 2008++Madingley seminar series, Sub-Department of Animal Behaviour, University of Cambridge

2004 – 2005++‘Cognitive ecology’, University of Munich
2005 +++++++‘Hippocampus: Learning, Memory, Cognition’, University of Munich
2002 – 2003++‘Fachforum Geisteswissenschaften’ [special forum “humanities”],
Interdisciplinary Seminar, Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung 2002, Munich
2002 +++++++‘The biological image of man’ (evolution; socio-biology; from epigenesis to
behaviour), Interdisciplinary Seminar, Munich University for Applied Sciences
1997 – 2002++Biology-Theology-Anthropology and Law’ (Students were trained in cross-
disciplinary reasoning on present day current events).
Multidisciplinary seminar,University of Munich

Publications

Publications

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Topics

Topics

Drentse Patrijshond
Biology
Data Science
Contact Me

Contact Me

Hi There,

Please feel free to get in touch using the form below or sending me an email.

A) Science / Biology:  lsalwiczek@orn.mpg.de

B) All purposes:            lucie@datasoul.de

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