Professional summary

Research Interests

My name is Dr Ingo Schüder.

Please find my UKCEH blog here.

Brief CV

11/15 -             Commercial Training Manager, UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford

04/21-             Project Manager, My Zero Carbon, Didcot


04/14 –            Director, Brillianto, Didcot​

07/14 -10/15    Chief Executive, Wild Oxfordshire, Abingdon

  • Leading organisation through a period of transition, focussing on business development, rebranding, marketing and communication

03/09 -04/14    Green Infrastructure Senior Advisor, Natural England, Newcastle

  • Management of the Green Infrastructure (GI) Programme for England
  • Monitoring of Green Infrastructure and Priority Habitat creation
  • Development of Green Infrastructure training material


PhD in Pest Management Science, Newcastle University, 2004

Panels, committees and memberships

Full membership of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management since 2004



  • Schüder, I., Larink, O. and Hommes, M. (2004). The influence of temperature and food supply on the development of Adalia bipunctata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). European Journal of Entomology.101 (3): 379–384
  • Schüder, I., Port, G. and Bennison, J. (Dec 2004). The behavioural response of slugs and snails to novel molluscicides, irritants and repellents. Pest Management Science. 60: 1171–1177
  • Schüder, I., Port, G. and Bennison, J. (2004). The dose-dependent responses of Deroceras panormitanum and Oxyloma pfeifferi to potential novel molluscicides. Crop Protection, 23: 945-953.
  • Schüder, I., Port, G. & Bennison, J. (2003) Barriers, repellents and antifeedants for slug and snail control. Crop Protection. 22: 1033-1038.

Ingo Schüder (Ingo Schuder)