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Dr. Thomas van de Kamp

Postdoc
Life Science Imaging
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Dr. Thomas van de Kamp

Focus of research

  • Digital imaging of biological and paleontological specimens
  • Functional morphology of insects
  • Biomimetics

 

Professional curriculum

2016- Project Leader for Research Area Life Science
2015- Head of IPS BioLab

2013- Deputy Group Coordinator - Imaging Group
2010- Scientist at KIT’s Institute for Photon Science and Synchrotron Radiation
2008-2009 Scientist (Trainee) at the Department of Entomology of the State Museum of Natural History Karlsruhe

 

Education/Qualifications

2011 PhD (Dr. rer. nat) at the Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
2007 Diplom (diploma degree; equivalent to a master's degree) in Biology at the Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

 

Prizes/Fellowships

2013 Ingrid Weiss/Horst Wiehe Award of the German Society for General and Applied Entomology

2004 „Animago Award“ in the category Home/Still/Animals

Publications


2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011

External Publications

2011

  • T. van de Kamp
    Functional morphology of the weevil genus Trigonopterus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
    Dissertation, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, S. 155, 2011
  • T. van de Kamp
    The "pink wing" morph of Peruphasma schultei Conle & Hennemann, 2005 (Phasmatodea: Pseudophasmatidae) Entomologische Zeitschrift 121(2) (2011) 55-58

2010

  • T. van de Kamp, H. Greven On the architecture of beetle elytra
    Entomologie heute 22 (2010) 191-204
  • T. van de Kamp, H. Greven
    Structure of the specialised and unspecialised chorion of the egg in the stick insect Malacomorpha cyllarum (Phasmatodea)
    Entomologia Generalis 31(1) (2010) 63-74

2008

  • T. van de Kamp, H. Greven On the architecture of beetle elytra
    Entomologie heute 22 (2008) 191-204

2007

  • T. van de Kamp, H. Greven
    Die Struktur des Chorions von Carausius morosus (Sinéty, 1901) (Phasmatodea) mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Mikropylenplatte
    Entomologie heute 19 (2007) 99-113