Arnhem university of applied sciences

Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas de Ámsterdam

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Bilbao, B., Leal, A. & Méndez, C. (2010). Uso indígena del fuego y pérdida de bosques en el Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela: evaluación y herramientas para estrategias alternativas de manejo del fuego en tierras indígenas Pemón. Ecología Humana, 38, 663-673. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-010-9344-0

Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas de Avans

La Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas Van Hall Larenstein (en neerlandés: Hogeschool Van Hall Larenstein), a menudo abreviada como BVS, es una universidad de formación profesional en los Países Bajos. Tiene sedes en Leeuwarden y Velp (cerca de Arnhem).

Desde enero de 2003, se produjo una fusión administrativa entre el Instituto Van Hall (Leeuwarden) y el IAH Larenstein (Velp/Deventer). La fusión de las instituciones educativas se completó en octubre de 2005, y obtuvo el nombre de Van Hall Larenstein. En septiembre de 2006, la sede de Deventer se trasladó a Wageningen, ya que Van Hall Larenstein pasó a formar parte de Wageningen University & Research. Desde 2012, Van Hall Larenstein vuelve a ser independiente. La sede de Wageningen se trasladó a Velp en 2015.

Inholland university

Danica has been supporting the team since March 2019 as a trainee in the residential division. She successfully completed her studies at the Berlin School of Economics and Law in September 2020 with a master’s degree in international finance and has been working as a fund and acquisition manager at Primevest Capital Partners since October 2020.

Inga joined us from October 2019 during her studies supporting the Residential team as an intern. She graduated from the Berlin University of Applied Sciences in 2021 with a degree in real estate management. Since April 2021 she has been working as an asset manager and in research at Primevest Capital Partners.

Prior to joining Primevest Capital Partners in February 2019, Krisztina worked for CR Investment Management in Asset and Transaction Management. She holds a master’s degree from Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg.

Maximilian works in asset management. While studying, he worked in an ecological planning and environmental conservation office as a student and as a student assistant in the field of GIS (Geographic Information System) documentation. He completed a B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree in Geography at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, specializing in remote sensing and geoinformation systems. He joined the communications infrastructure team as a junior asset manager in 2021.

Radboud university

My research work is carried out in the ECOFOR group (Forest Ecology and Limnology) and focuses on fire ecology applied to forest management and restoration, especially in areas prone to and/or affected by forest fires (Mediterranean region). The processes I study focus on post-fire regeneration, the measures to be used to promote sustainable management and appropriate forest management to enhance resilience and climate change mitigation, by studying the relationships at the soil-plant interfaces and the effect of various management tools.

In competitive calls, I have participated as principal investigator in 4 regional and 1 national project, being collaborating researcher in 4 European, 10 national and 4 regional projects. In addition, I have collaborated in the request and implementation of 1 special action, 1 pilot plant, 3 research group grants, 11 research agreements, 5 technical assistance contracts and 3 special research agreements.