Johannes Lundberg's Curriculum Vitae

Address
Education
Employments
Pedagogic merits
Miscellaneous
Non-professional merits and interests

Johannes Elim Kristian Lundberg

Swedish citizen, born in Stockholm, Sweden, 23 March 1972


Address

Present Address: Department of Botany, The Swedish Museum of Natural History, Box 50007, SE-104 05 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +46 - (0)8 - 5195 42 15
Fax: +46 - (0)8 - 5195 42 21
E-mail: joha
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Internet: www.johanneslundberg.se

Education

Postdoc: August 2002 -- August 2004 in Prof. Tobe Hiroshi's research group at the Department of Botany, Kyoto University, Japan (financed by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science JSPS).

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Systematic Botany 18 January 2002 at the Department of Systematic Botany, Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala University. Primary supervisor: Prof. Kåre Bremer.

Major of Science (M.Sc.) in Systematic Botany autumn 1996. Superviosor: Prof. Kåre Bremer, Department of Systematic Botany, Uppsala University.

University Studies: Uppsala University 1991 -- 2002 (courses in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics), University of Oslo during 1995 (courses in Biology).

Elementary Education: Elementary school at Gnarp 1979 -- 1985, at Harmånger 1985 -- 1988, high school (gymnasium) at Hudiksvall 1988 -- 1991.

Employments

Curator at the Department of Botany, Swedish Museum of Natural History (Latin American Plants Initiative, financed by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; with Prof. Arne A. Anderberg). Leading the work with digitizing type specimens for the Latin American Plants Initiative LAPI. May 1, 2009 --

Researcher at the Department of Phanerogamic Botany, Swedish Museum of Natural History (research on the small south African genus Geigeria with Prof. Arne A. Anderberg). Also adopting our collection database to Krypto-S (FileMaker Web Server, xslt, css, xml) March 13, 2008 -- April 30, 2009

Curator at the Department of Phanerogamic Botany, Swedish Museum of Natural History (African Plants Initiative, financed by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; with Prof. Arne A. Anderberg). Working with digitizing type specimens for the African Plants Initiative API. March 13, 2006 -- March 12, 2008

Employed (project position) at the Department of Biological Education IBG, Uppsala university, as co-producer for the web-based course Linnaeus' life and sciences, May 2005 (Mariette Manktelow and Elisabeth Långström).

Employed (project position) by Prof. Birgitta Bremer, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, February 1 to July 31, 2002.

Employed (project position) by Prof. Kåre Bremer, Dept. of Systematic Botany, EBC, Uppsala University, October and November 2001.

Employed as research student (Ph.D.-student) at Uppsala University October 1, 1996 to September 31, 2001.

Summer work ("sommarjobb") at the Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, during several summers between 1988 and 1996 (all together six months). I worked at the Herbarium, Department of Phanerogamic Botany, first under Kåre Bremer (1988) and later under Arne Anderberg and Bertil Nordenstam.

Pedagogic merits

Fall 2005 I teached one week (October 3-7) at the Master Programme Management of Biological Diversity (80 points/120 ECTS credits), during the Identification and assessment of biological diversity part (5p/7.5 credits). I was responsible teacher (lector) during my part, and I teached biodiversity (Tree of Life) and basic phylogenetic theory and methods. The course is given at the Centrum for Biodiversity CBM in Upppsala as a co-operation between Swedish University of Agriculture and Uppsala university, and is partly financed by SIDA.

I have co-produced the international web-based course Linnaeus' life and sciences (5 points/7.5 ECTS credits), including writing several texts on Linnaeus' life, work and his disciples. Summer 2005 I held a lecture on the Linnaean disciple Carl Peter Thunberg and his travel to Japan as part of of the Swedish summer course Carl von Linné (5 points); my lecture was also included in the Uppsala Linnaeus week. I have also supervised some ten student at these courses.

I have been laboratory teacher at Elementary Biology Courses, and at the undergraduate courses in Systematic Botany and Systematic Biology, all at Uppsala University. I have beenb Field teacher in the Elementary Course in Floristics at Uppsala University, and responsible teacher for parts of the same course.

I was external examinator for Daniel Dalevi "The 16S rDNA sludge database and a systematic approach resolving phylogenetic relationships from 16S rDNA data" (M.Sc. Thesis, Molecular Biotechnology Engineering, Uppsala University School of Engineering, Mars 1999).

I participated in the Elementary Pedagogic Course for Teachers at Uppsala University, three weeks, spring 1998. I have also held a popular science lecture for the Botanical Society of Uppsala ("I Solanders fotspår: bland nässelträd och hajar i Australien", Mars 9, 1999) and a one day field excursion to Hammarskog, Uppland, with participants from the Molecular Biotechnology Engineering Programme (May, 1998).

Miscellaneous

Botanical Field Trips

13. Arctic Islands: Wrangel Island, Russia: July 5--August 12, 2017. Supperted by Swedish Polar Reserch Secretariate. Together with (Wrangel team:) Anders Angerbjörn, Love Dalén, Aleksei Tikhonov, Gleb Danilov, Patrícia Pečnerová, and Maria Khoreva, (Chaun team:) Rasmus Erlandsson, Susana Marques Freire, Jesper Hansson, Christine Godeau, Anders Forsberg, Peter Mortensen, Kristaps Sokolovskis, Sergey Vartanyan, and Mikhail Ettuvgi. Blog. Instagram.

12. Vietnam: April 12--June 6, 2013. Supported by National Geographic Global Exploration Fund Northern Europe. Together with Ulf Swenson, Do Van Truong, Livia Wanntorp, Lu Thi Ngan, Nguyen Quoc Binh, and Karin dos Santos. Photos.

11. Cameroon: February 24--March 10, 2007 (18th AETFAT Congress, Yaoundé, and post congress tour to southwest Cameroon).

10. Madagascar: January 9--30, 2006 (Department of Systematic Botany, Uppsala university, Department of Botany, Stockholm university, Bergian Foundation, Stockholm, and the Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm; arranged by Dr. Sylvain G. Razafimandimbison, Bergian Foundation)

9. Indonesia (Lombok): November 3--17, 2003 (Department of Botany, Kyoto University; together with Prof. Oginuma Kazuo, Kochi Women's University, Dr. Azuma Hiroshi, Kyoto University, Dr. Nanda Utami, LIPI, Herbarium Bogoriense, and Deden Girmansyah, Herbarium Bogoriense)

8. New Caledonia: November 23--December 2, 2002 (Dept. of Botany, Kyoto University; together with Prof. Oginuma Kazuo, Kochi Women's University, and Dr. Tokuoka Toru, Kyoto University)

7. Australia (Queensland and New South Wales): September 11--October 14, 1998 (Dept. of Systematic Botany, Uppsala University; together with Prof. Kåre Bremer, Prof. Birgitta Bremer, Dick Andersson and Jesper Kårehed)

6. Northern Scandinavia: August 2--11, 1998 (Dept. of Systematic Botany, Uppsala University; excursion leaders: Dr. Mats Thulin and Dr. Örjan Nilsson)

5. Canary Islands (Teneriffe, La Palma): 2 weeks Mars 1998 (Dept. of Systematic Botany, Uppsala University; together with Dr. Ulf Swenson and Dr. Uta Regine Böhle)

4. South Africa (Cape Province): 3 weeks December 1996 (Dept. of Systematic Botany, Uppsala University)

3. Canary Islands (Gran Canaria), 1 week spring 1996 (Dept. of Systematic Botany, Uppsala University; excursion leader: Prof. Kåre Bremer)

2. South-west Norway, 2 weeks summer 1995 (Dept. of Systematic Botany, Uppsala University; excursion leader: Dr. Mats Thulin)

1. Canary Islands (Teneriffe), 1 week spring 1995 (Botanical Museum, Tøyen, and University of Oslo; excursion leaders: Prof. Reidar Elven and Prof. Liv Borgen)


Attended Academic and Professional Meetings

16. TDWG 2014 Annual Conference, October 27 -- 31, 2014, Jönköping, Sweden.

15. The 6th Latin American Plants Initiative LAPI meeting, 2013, Panamá City, Panama.

14. The 5th Latin American Plants Initiative LAPI meeting, 2012, Madrid, Spain.

13. TDWG 2011 Annual Conference, October 16 -- 21, 2011, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

12. The 4th Latin American Plants Initiative LAPI meeting, January 10 -- 14, 2011, Panamá City, Panama.

11. The 3rd Latin American Plants Initiative LAPI meeting, December 1 -- 3, 2009, Medellín, Colombia. Poster.

10. The 2nd Latin American Plants Initiative LAPI meeting, November 17 -- 21, 2008, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

9. The 5th African Plants Initiative API meeting, November 3 -- 7, 2008, Cape Town, South Africa.

8. The 18th AETFAT Congress and 4th African Plants Initiative API Meeting, February 26 -- March 2, 2007, Youndé, Cameroon. Poster.

7. The International Compositae Alliance (TICA-Deep Achene), July 3 -- 7, 2006, Barcelona, Spain. Invited talk.

6. XVII International Botanical Congress, July 17 -- 23, 2005, Vienna, Austria. Poster.

5. 3rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Plant Systematics, March 13 -- 15, 2004, Hiroshima, Japan.

4. NPSN-5, August 31 -- September 3, 2000, Lammi, Finland.

3. Nordic Phylogenetic Systematics Network NPSN-4, August 27 -- 30, 1998, Uppsala, Sweden.

2. Willi Hennig Society 1996, Cape Town, South Africa.

1. VI International Symposium International organization of Plant Biosystematics (IOPB) on "Variation and Evolution in Arctic and Alpine Plants", 1995, Tromsø, Norway.

Non-professional merits and interests

I have been involved in caving since August 1984. During these years I have visited caves in Sweden, Norway, Poland, Hungary, Mongolia, Wales, Czech Republic, and South Africa. Since 1990 I have been involved in exploring new caves in Norway, and have found and documented several new caves with lengths up to 350 metres. In 1993 I and Torbjörn Doj, Östersund, found Tjoarvekrájgge, Bonnå, Northern Norway, which since then has been mapped to more than 22km in length and nearly 500m in depth, ranking it as the second deepest and by far the longest cave in Scandinavia (and ranked on the NSS World Long Cave List). The exploration and documentation of Tjoarvekrájgge has been done in co-operation with numerous cavers from, among other countries, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Denmark and Great Britain. In the same area Torbjörn Doj, Rickard Doj and I found another cave, Steinaksla, in the summer 2000, now explored to 2.9km in length and 191m in depth and thus the tenth longest and deepest cave in Norway. I was on the board of the Swedish Speleological Society SSF 1999 -- 2002, and then again 2007 -- 2009, and also its treasurer 2000 -- 2002. I am one of the editors for SSF:s journal Grottan. I am also member of the Norwegian Cave Rescue Service Norsk Grotteredningstjeneste ("Responseteamet").

I practiced jujutsu (originally a Japanese martial art) from 1994 to 2005 at Uppsala Ju-Jutsuklubb UJJK (the largest jujutsu clubb in Sweden, with about 400 members), and have attained black belt (1 dan, spring 2001). I have also practiced a little aikido, judo, and karate, and two years (2002-2004) of shorinjikempo at Rakutodoin in Kyoto where I reached 2 kyu. I was junior instructor in jujutsu at UJJK between 1998 and 2001, and senior instructor 2001 -- 2002. I was treasurer at UJJK between 1998 and 2001.