2007 - 2011, first-degree Bologna study of Forestry and Renewable forest resources, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana
2011 - 2014, Second-degree Bologna study of Forestry and Management of Forest Ecosystems, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana
2014 - 2019, PhD in Bioscience, Managing Forest Ecosystems, University of Ljubljana
Work at foreign institutions:
2020, October 4 – 17, research work at the University of the Azores, Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources, in the scope of Short Scientific Visit (SSV), financed by European Forestry Institute
2019, September 30 – October 14, guest researcher at the Siberian Federal University (Russia) within the framework of bilateral cooperation between the Republic of Slovenia and the Russian Federation
2015, October 1 – March 30, 2016, ERASMUS Mundus JoinEU-SEE program, University of Novi Sad, Institute of Lowland Forestry and Environment
2013, March 1 – April 30, ERASMUS practical training, Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg (Germany)
2011, February 1 – August 31, EVS (European Voluntary Service), Naturzentrum Haus Ternell (Belgium)
2010, June 1 – June 30, Internship at the Freudenstadt Forest Administration, Germany
13 original scientific articles, indexed by SCI (first author 11, co-author 2)
6 original scientific articles in domestic journals (first author 4, co-author 2)
3 professional or general articles published in domestic journals
Reviewer of the international journals Dendrochronologia, Forests, Forest Ecology and Management, Science of the Total Environment
Reviewer at home journals: Wood, Slovenian professional journal for forestry
Organization of Scientific events and other Scientific activity:
Organization and implementation of a workshop entitled Use of machine learning and daily data in dendroclimatology, TRACE 2019 pre-conference workshop, Campania University, Caserta, Italy (to be repeated on TRACE 2021)
Jevšenak*, J. 2019. Daily climate data reveal stronger climate-growth relationships for an extended European tree-ring network. Quaternary Science Reviews 221, e105868.
Jevšenak, J., Skudnik*, M. 2020. A random forest model for basal area increment predictions from national forest inventory data. Forest Ecology and Management, accepted manuscript.
Jevšenak, J., Levanič*, T., 2018. dendroTools: R package for studying linear and nonlinear responses between tree-rings and daily environmental data, Dendrochronologia 48, 32−39.
Jevšenak, J., Džeroski, S., Zavadlav, S., Levanič*, T., 2018. A machine learning approach to analyzing the relationship between temperatures and multi-proxy tree-ring records, Tree-Ring Res. 74, 210-224.
Jevšenak, J., Levanič*, T., 2016. Should artificial neural networks replace linear models in tree ring based climate reconstructions? Dendrochronologia 40, 102−109.
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