Collections and research
Universitetsparken 15, 2100 København Ø
Dr. Isabel Calabuig, Curriculum vitae as per November 2016:
Born 1970 in Denmark, Danish citizen, married, no children. Entomologist with PhD in biodiversity of insects in semi-natural habitats of agricultural landscapes. 8 years experience in teaching biology and population ecology. 17 years experience as node manager of DanBIF. 5 years as work package coordinator in EC-projects ENBI (European Network for Biodiversity Information) and EDIT (The European Distributed Institute of Taxonomy).
Academic degrees and professional experience
2001- Node manager, DanBIF, Danish Participant Node of GBIF, Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen.
2006-2007 June 1 2006 through August 31 2007 on leave from DanBIF to act as Work Package coordinator (WP2) in EDIT - The European Distributed Institute of Taxonomy, c/o Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen ?
2003-2005 In parallel to DanBIF work, managing Work Package 13 of the EC thematic network ENBI - European Network for Biodiversity Information.
2001 Co-editor on the successful Danish bid to host the secretariat of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF, www.gbif.org and www.gbif.net) at the Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen
2000 Project assistant on EC project ENHSIN - European Natural History Specimen Information Network
1997-2000 PhD at Dept. of Population Ecology, University of Copenhagen, awarded in biodiversity of insects in semi-natural habitats of agricultural landscapes
1996 Research assistant, Dept. of Population Ecology, University of Copenhagen
1996 Lecturer in Ecology at the Danish University of Education
1995 M.Sc. biology, University of Copenhagen
Organization of conferences, participation in workshops and conferences as speaker (selection)
2008: DanBIF Conference on Biodiversity Informatics and Climate Change Impacts on Life
2006: DanBIF Conference on Biodiversity at the Ecosystem Level - patterns and processes, Århus (organiser and moderator)
2005: Lecturer at GBIF mentoring workshop in Accra Ghana, Dept. of botany, Univ. of Ghana: Introduction to GBIF and it's data portal, and to DanBIF, it's IT infrastructure and how to become a GBIF data provider
2004: DanBIF Conference on Molecular Biodiversity, Copenhagen (organiser)
2002: DanBIF Conference on Biodiversity Informatics. What is it, how can we deal with it, and for what may we use it? University of Southern Denmark, Odense (organiser)
M.Sc., Ph.D. Biology