Dr Oskar Hagen

Postdoc

Scientific profile

 

Scientific career

 

07.2016 – 01.2021

Doctor of Sciences: Environmental Sciences

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich, ETH, Switzerland
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research, WSL, Switzerland

09.2010 – 09.2013

Master in Environmental Sciences: Ecology and Evolution

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETH, Switzerland

03.2006 – 12.2009

Bachelor in Biology: Conservation Biology

Federal University of São Carlos - campus Sorocaba, UFSCAR, Brazil

01.2005 – 12.2007

Vocational and Technical Education: Informatics – Communications Networking

SENAI Swiss-Brazilian - Regional Department of São Paulo, SENAI/DR/SP, Brazil

Research fields

 

Biodiversity Modeling

Conservation Biology

Environmental Sciences

Eco-evolutionary Dynamics

Selected publications

 

O Hagen, B Flueck, F Fopp, JS Cabral, F Hartig, M Pontarp, TF Rangel, L Pellissier (2021) gen3sis: the general engine for eco-evolutionary simulations on the origins of biodiversity. bioRxiv

 A Eyres, JT Eronen, O Hagen, K Böhning‐Gaese, SA Fritz (2021) Climatic effects on niche evolution in a passerine bird clade depend on paleoclimate reconstruction method. Evolution

 G Yannic, O Hagen, F Leugger, D.N. Karger, L Pellissier (2020) Harnessing paleo-environmental modeling and genetic data to predict intraspecific genetic structure. Evolutionary Applications

 GFA Donati, V Parravicini, F Leprieur, O Hagen, T Gaboriau, C Heine, M Kulbicki, J Rolland, N Salamin, C Albouy, L Pellissier (2019) A process‐based model supports an association between dispersal and the prevalence of species traits in tropical reef fish assemblages. Ecography

 M Gerecke*, O Hagen*, J Bolliger, AM Hersperger, F Kienast, B Price, L Pellissier (2019) Assessing potential landscape service trade-offs driven by urbanization in Switzerland. Palgrave Communications

 O Hagen, L Vaterlaus, C Albouy, A Brown, F Leugger, RE Onstein, C Novaes de Santana, CR Scotese, L Pellissier (2019) Mountain building, climate cooling and the richness of cold‐adapted plants in the Northern Hemisphere. Journal of Biogeography

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Puschstrasse 4
04103 Leipzig
Germany

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Room

B.01.10

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Affiliation

Leipzig University

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