Partner 14: University of Ljubljana
University of Ljubljana (UL) was established in 1919 on the foundations of a long-established pedagogical tradition. It is listed amongst the top 500 universities in the world according to the ARWU Shanghai, Times THES-QS and WEBOMETRICS rankings. University hosts over 40.000 students and over 5.700 employees and is the largest educational institution in Slovenia. The mission of the Biotechnical Faculty of UL is the creation and preservation of top knowledge in the fields of biological and biotechnical sciences and its mediation to society in the process of education and transfer of knowledge and technology into practice. Providing knowledge of biological laws, understanding the relation between the environment and society, protecting the environment and landscape, protection of the natural heritage, co-natural and sustainable use of natural resources, production and processing of high quality food and the development of contemporary technologies are permanent aims of the faculty and its first class, internationally comparable and qualified graduate.
Role in the project
UL will participate WP1, WP2, WP6 and WP7 (as the responsible for the Slovenian Case Study Site, CSS7-Central zone).
|Dr. Glavan is assistant professor in environmental planning. He is specialized in GIS systems in agriculture and catchment modelling. His research focus is on modelling spatial, economic and environmental impacts of various agricultural and environmental policies related to food and water resources provision, and achievement of nature protection goals.|
|Prof. dr. Narat is full professor in immunology, avian mycoplasmas, human mycoplasmas, cell cultures, antibodies and leader of a group working on molecular immune response of bees to different stressors in combination with phytopharmaceuticals. Her research focus is related to host-pathogen interactions and production of mAbs as well as avian immunology.|
|Dr. Suhadolc is associate professor of Soil Science, with extent research experience in the field of pesticides fate in the environment, and soil health. She participated in EU FP6 project FOOTPRINT as developer of agro-environmental scenarios and testing software tools.|
|Prof. dr. Pintar is full professor and a leading expert of agricultural land management and agrohydrology. She successfully coordinated several multidisciplinary national and international research projects besides being involved in several of them.|
|Dr. Zupanc has 20 years of experience in agricultural land management and agrohydrology.|