Since July 2020, Deike Lüdtke has been working as a research scientist at ISOE. She is a member of the research unit ‘Water Resources and Land Use’. In 2019, she completed her doctorate at the Eberhard-Karls University of Tübingen in the field of evolutionary ecology using models and Bayesian statistics to investigate the mating behaviour of Alpine newts. Before that, she studied ecology and conservation at Uppsala University in Sweden and studied the behaviour of the Fennoscandian arctic fox. In addition to the application of model-based and statistical approaches to gain a better understanding of dynamical processes, she took an interest in issues related to the impact of conflicts of interest of various social groups on nature conservation and species protection.
- Modelling of social-ecological interactions
- Bayesian statistics
- Water and land use