I have published over 125 scientific papers (incl. a book at Cambridge University Press), described more than 160 new species (incl. three new insect orders), 8 species and a dragonfly
family were named by other scientists in my honor, had numerous appearances on German TV and radio, a Google Scholar h-index of 20 and a RG score of 28.11 that is higher than 85%
percent of the other scientists at ResearchGate.
Fossil history and systematics of insects (esp. dragonflies and damselflies, but also other
palaeopterous pterygotes); Paleozoic fossil insects, and fossil insects from Mesozoic limestones and amber (currently with focus on the mid-Cretaceous entomofauna in Burmese amber);
paleontological evidence against Neodarwinian evolution and for Intelligent Design theory (esp. the "waiting time problem" and discontinuities in the fossil record).
Hirsch Index / h-index = 20 (Google Scholar), 16 (ResearchGate), 15 (Web of Science), 12 (Scopus)