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Magnus Wahlberg C.V.
• M. Sc. in Physics & Biology, Göteborg University, Sweden (1999)
• Ph. D. in Biology, University of Southern Denmark (2002)

Academic positions
• Visiting Scholar (University of Pennsylvania, USA, 2000-01, 6 months)
• Visiting Scholar (Hawaiian Institute of Marine Biology February, 2001)
• Post Doc (University of Southern Denmark 2002-03)
• Post Doc (Tjärnö Marine Biological Laboratory, Sweden 2003-04)
• Assistant Professor (Aarhus University, Denmark, 2003-06)
• Visiting scientist (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, January, 2005)
• Chief scientist (Fjord & Bælt, Denmark, 2006-08)
• External Associate Professor (University of Southern Denmark, 2006-2007)
• External Associate Professor (Murdoch University, Australia, 2007-2013)
• Adjunct Professor (University of Southern Denmark, 2007-12
• Leader of the science, husbandry, exhibition and outreach departments, Fjord&Bælt (2008-).

• Teaching biology and bioacoustics at undergraduate and graduate level (University of Southern Denmark and Aarhus University, Denmark, and Göteborg University, Sweden, 1999-2006)
• Main organizer, 8 International Ph. D. class in Marine Bioacoustics (Göteborg University, Sweden, Aarhus University, 2006, University of Horta, Azores, Portugal, and University of Southern Denmark)
• Currently co-supervising 4 Ph. D. students (University of Southern Denmark, Aarhus University, Universität Tübingen, and University of Azores), 2 M. Sc. Students, and 2 B. Sc. students

Invited lectures (selection)
• Institute of Freshwater Research, Sweden (1999)
• Danish International Study Program, Denmark (1999-2003)
• Cornell University, USA (2001)
• University of Maryland, USA (2001)
• Danish Institute for Fisheries Research, Denmark (2003)
• University of Copenhagen, Denmark (2003), Alfred Wegener Institut, Germany (2005)
• Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA (2005)
• Universität Tübingen, Germany (2007)
• Cornell University, USA (2011)


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