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Dr.Phil. Karl CRAILSHEIM Professor, Institute of Zoology, University of Graz

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1968-1976 Biologie, Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz
1974-1977 Assistant, Institute for Zoology
1973-1976 Ph.D. thesis with Prof. K. Hagmüller, Intestinal Transport of Amino Acids in Rats
1976 Ph.D, Zoology and Biochemistry
1977-1988 Assistant Professor
1984-1996 Chairman, Commission for the Studies of Biologie and Earth Sciences
1984-2014 Lecturer at the department of Psychology Nutrition, Evolution, Anthropology.
1988 Habilitation, Zoology, Metabolic Physiology of the honeybee in dependence on the season
1988-1997 Associate Professor, Graz
1991 Sabbatical, University Illinois, USA, NIH-supported
1996-2001 Chairman, German section, IUSSI, Internationale Union zum Studium der sozialen Insekten
1995 Research, University of California, Riverside
1997 Appointment as University Professor, Full Professor, Karl Franzens Universität, Graz
1997 Head, Division for Metabolic Physiology
1998 Research, University of California, Riverside
1998-2003 Dean, Faculty of Science, Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz
2001-2003 Vice Chairman, Senate of the Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz
2003 Vice Chairman, Convent of the Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz
2004-2007 Member of the Senate of the Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz
2005 President, Standing Commission of Apimondia, Bee Biology
2006-2007 Chairman of the Scientists´ Council of the Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz
2007 Dean, Faculty of Science, Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz
2007-2011 President, Styrian URANIA, Adult Education Centre
2009-2013 President, Austrian Entomological Society
2011 Vice President, Styrian URANIA, Adult Education Centre

Memberships

Editor functions:
Member of the Board of Insectes Sociaux, 2002-2010
Co-Editor of Apidologie, 2002 and 2003
Editor of Entomologica Austriaca, 2009-2013

Publications

Publications: According to Web of Science (Thomson Reuters, Jan 2014): 136
Topics: Insect physiology, behavior (insects and mammals), apidology, eusociality, modelling and robotic