Ing. Matěj Orság, PhD
Branch: Department of Climate Change Impacts on Agroecosystems
Area of micrometeorology and agricultural science. Main focus on measurement of water fluxes from agricultural landscape (sap flow, eddy covariance, Bowen ratio, scintillometry). Management, analysis, interpretation and publication of data outputs. Technical support for a network of meteorological weather stations and other infrastructure at the experimental measurement sites accross the Czech Republic and Austria.
2017 - PhD degree in the field of General Plant Production, PhD thesis topic: Agrometeorological aspects of growth and developmnet of short rotation coppice. PhD thesis supervisor prof. Mgr. Ing. Miroslav Trnka, PhD.
2009 - MSc. in Agroecology, Mendel University in Brno
2006 - Bc. in Agroecology, Mendel University in Brno
2011 - 1. place at conference MendelNet, category: Plant biology
2012 - 2. place at conference MendelNet, category: Plant biology
2013 - Director's award at Global Change and Resilience conference (best poster)
Important research visits and fellowships
2015 - two weeks internship at the Centre of Excellence Plant & Vegetation Ecology (PLECO), at Universiteit Antverpen, Antverp, Belgium. A lecture about my world was given to fellows from PLECO.
2012 - scholarship within the project AKTION - 3 months study project at BOKU university, Vienna, Austira
2012 - 2014 - US, North Carolina State University, 5 study trips or measuring campaigns, 3 months in total.
2007 - 2008 - 10 months of Erasmus fellowship, UPV Valencia, Spain