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A timber truck fully loaded with logs drives over a very simple wooden bridge in a forest.
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A timber truck fully loaded with logs drives over a very simple wooden bridge in a forest.
Institute of

WF Forestry

Vianny Ahimbisibwe

Institute of Forestry

Leuschnerstraße 91
21031 Hamburg-Bergedorf
+49 40 739 62 342
+49 40 739 62 342

Scientist · M.Sc.

Working Area

  • Forestry Worldwide

Regional Expertise

  • Africa


Involved in

ongoing projects

completed projects

    Curriculum Vitae

    • 2010 - 2013: Makerere University (Uganda): Bachelor of Science in social and entrepreneurial forestry, Thesis: Development of a biomass equation for estimating above ground carbon sequestered by Arabica coffee shrubs in Agro forestry systems in Uganda
    • 2013 - 2015: Makerere University Depart of Forestry, Kampala (Uganda) Research assistant in various forestry, agricultural and environmental projects
    • 2013 - 2015: Face Technology: Ministry of works and transport Uganda, Kampala (Uganda) Biometrician, Data capture and validation
    • 2015 - 2017: TU-Dresden, Dresden (Germany): Masters of Science in Tropical Forestry and Management, Thesis: Development of an agent -based model for household decision-making on tree planting
    • 1/2018 - 8/2018: Chair of Tropical Forestry. TU-DRESDEN, Dresden (Germany), Research assistant, WoodCluster project
    • 8/2018 - 9/2018: University in Helsinki, Finland-virtual course: certificate in Elements of Artificial Intelligence, Major fields of study: Naïve Bayes classification, machine learning and Neural networks
    • 9/2018 - 2/2019: Chair of forest biometrics and systems analysis. TU-DRESDEN, Dresden (Germany) Research assistant
    • 8/2019 - 11/2019: Wageningen University & Research, Wageningen, Netherlands-online course: Certificate in Landscape Governance: Collaborating Across Sectors and Scales
    • since 3/2019: Scientist at the Institute of Forestry
      (until 30.11.2021 Thünen Institute of International Forestry and Forest Economics)
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