Anna Camilla Moonen is Assistant Professor in Agronomy and Field Crops at the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa, Italy since 2008. She graduated at Wageningen University (The Netherlands) in 1995 in Biology with a specialization in Landscape Ecology. She obtained her PhD degree in ‘Sustainable Agriculture and Food Quality’ from the University of Pisa, Department of Agriculture, in 2004. Her research interest is in vegetation management of field margins and semi-natural habitats, the use of cover crops to manage weed communities, the management of functional agrobiodiversity in arable and horticultural cropping systems, and (co)designs innovative strategies for sustainable weed and pest management.
She has actively participated in various European projects (she is part of the Ex-Com of the Network of Excellence ENDURE, and was WP or task leader in QUESSA, SOLIBAM, IWMPRAISE). She is used to perform research in a participatory environment in close collaboration to stakeholders and end-users. She organized interactive teaching courses and summer schools (e.g., 5 ENDURE summer schools) and she is a tutor in the BTSF training course on IPM. She is active member of European Weed Research Society, frequently reviews papers and project proposals and is a subject editor of Weed Research. She contributes to the IOBC-WPRS WG on Landscape Management for Functional Biodiversity since 2008. She is (co-)author of 113 publications, 32 of which in Journals with Impact factor (h-index: 18). www.santannapisa.it/it/anna-camilla-moonen