Since its launch in 2015, InDyNet is a network of scientists studying temporal changes in biological invasions and their impacts. Most current members are from Europe, but we also have members from North America and other continents. Anyone interested in joining InDyNet is very welcome to check out this website and get in touch.

Steering Committee

  1. Jonathan Jeschke (InDyNet Founder), Berlin, Germany
  2. Florian Ruland (InDyNet Founder), Berlin, Germany
  3. Franz Essl, Vienna, Austria
  4. Tina Heger, Potsdam, Germany
  5. Ivan Jarić, České Budějovice, Czech Republic
  6. Aileen Mill, Newcastle, UK
  7. Hanno Seebens, Frankfurt, Germany
  8. Menja von Schmalensee, Stykkishólmur, Iceland

Funding

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG; JE 288/8-1)

InDyNet Members at the InDyNet workshop 2018 in Berlin
Picture taken at the third InDyNet workshop in Berlin, March 2018.
Archive:
Picture from second InDyNet workshop in Berlin, November 2016
Picture from first InDyNet workshop in Berlin, February 2015

Funded and coordinated by

Freie Universität Berlin Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries