Education

2007
PhD Natural Sciences, University of Mainz

2003
Diplom degree in biology, University of Mainz

1995
University-entrance diploma, Eleonore’s Secondary School, Worms

Further Education

2016
Management programme 'On the way to professorship' University of Heidelberg

2014
Certificate in university teaching, University of Frankfurt am Main

Career

2014 – 2017
Academic assistant, University of Heidelberg

2011 – 2014
Adviser to the study dean, University of Frankfurt am Main

2009 – 2010
Post-doc, University of Chicago

2007 – 2008
Trainee at the Zoological Museum Dresden

Publications

Tietze DT (2018, ed.): Bird species. How they arise, modify and vanish. Springer.

Koglin S, Trense D, Wink M, Sauer-Gürth H & Tietze DT (2017): Characterization of a de novo assembled transcriptome of the Common Blackbird (Turdus merula). PeerJ 5: e4045.

Tietze DT, Martens J, Fischer BS, Sun Y-H, Klussmann-Kolb A & Päckert M (2015): Evolution of leaf warbler songs (Aves: Phylloscopidae). Ecology and Evolution 5: 781–798.

Price TD, Hooper DM, Buchanan CD, Johansson US, Tietze DT, Alström P, Olsson U, Ghosh-Harihar M, Ishtiaq F, Gupta SK, Martens J, Harr B, Singh P & Mohan D (2014): Niche filling slows the diversification of Himalayan songbirds. Nature 509: 222–225.

Tietze DT, Päckert M, Martens J, Lehmann H & Sun Y-H (2013): Complete phylogeny and historical biogeography of true rosefinches (Aves: Carpodacus). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 169: 215–234.

Tietze DT & Borthakur U (2012): Historical biogeography of tits (Aves: Paridae, Remizidae). Organisms, Diversity & Evolution 12: 433–444.

Päckert M, Martens J, Sun Y-H, Severinghaus LL, Nazarenko AA, Ji T, Töpfer T & Tietze DT (2012). Horizontal and elevational phylogeographic patterns of Himalayan and Southeast Asian forest passerines (Aves: Passeriformes). Journal of Biogeography 39: 556–573.

Thomas Tietze publicatons list or www.dieterthomastietze.de/pub

Projects and Museum Activities

Special exhibition on the Anthropocene

Conception of the vertebrate exhibitions in the new building

Species protection measures on the new building

Establishment of a tissue sample collection

Population biology of small birds in the Upper Rhine area

Bird fauna of the Sino-Himalayas

Evolution of bird songs

Phylogenetics and genomics of songbirds