Lecture series in Aquatic Ecology und Evolution

Our seminars take place in person at the Eawag CEEB in Kastanienbaum and are broadcasted by zoom, on Wednesdays at 14h. Please contact us if you are interested in attending our seminars on zoom (marcel.haesler@unibe.ch).

 date who  (host)
in person or online only
Dr Orlane Anneville    (Ole Seehausen)
INRA, Grenoble/Lyon, France
in person
The re-oligotrophication of Lake Geneva: impacts on pelagic communities
28.02.2024 no seminar

06.03.2024 Nare Ngoepe   (Ole Seehausen)
Aquatic Ecol & Evo, IEE, UniBe and Fish Ecol & Evo, Eawag
in person The evolutionary diversification of cichlid fishes reconstructed from sedimentary deposits
Prof. Manuela Brunner   (Lily Twining)
ETH Zürich and SLF
in person Drivers and changes of water temperature extremes
Dr. Rogini Runghen   (Philine Feulner)
University of Connecticut, USA
in person
A network approach to understand and predict interactions: from tracking biological invasion to forecasting species interactions
Dr. Laura Urban   (Ellika Faust/Hanna Rosinger)
TU Munich, Germany
in person
Genomics and AI for One Health
Loraine Hablützel   (Ole Seehausen)
Theoretical Ecology & Evolution, IEE, University of Bern
in person
Studying the genetic basis of ecological interactions with intergenomic epistasis
Dr. Tamara Schenekar   (Pooja Singh)
University of Graz, Austria
in person
Exploring waterholes in savanna systems as monitoring sites for eDNA-based biodiversity monitoring of terrestrial wildlife
24.04.2024 Prof Abebe Getahun    (Ole Seehausen)
University of Adis Ababa, Ethopia
online The status of the world's unique Labeobarbus spp. flock of Lake Tana, Ethiopia in the face of changing climate and anthropogenic pressures
Dr Jelena Pantel   (Carlos Melian)
University of Duisburg-Essen (Essen, Germany)
in person
Statistical methods to identify mechanisms in studies of eco-evolutionary dynamics
08.05.2024 Prof Chris Martin   (David Alila)
University of California, Berkeley
online Dissecting the origins of a microendemic adaptive radiation: from genotype to fitness landscape in Caribbean pupfishes
Kwi Young Han   (Marion Talbi)
GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany
in person
Genomic evidence of fisheries induced selection : A case study of eastern baltic cod
22.05.2024 Dr. Alexandra Anh-Thu Weber   (Ellika Faust/Pooja Singh)
Aquatic Ecology, Eawag, Dübendorf
in person
Adaptation and conservation genomics in aquatic ecosystems
29.05.2024 Dr. Samwel Mchele Limbu   (David Alila)
School of Aquatic Sciences, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania
Antibiotics use in cultured Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus): their menace, nutritional modulation, and potential human health risk