Lecture series in Aquatic Ecology und Evolution

Weekly seminar series at Eawag, Kastanienbaum, on Wednesdays at 14h

All seminars will be virtual and broadcasted using zoom. Please contact us if you are interested in listening to one of our seminars (marcel.haesler@iee.unibe.ch).

 date who  (host)
Prof. Kory Evans   (Kassandra Ford)
Dept. of Biosciences, Rice University, USA
Evolutionary Mosaics & the Interplay Between Innovation and Integration
02.03.2022 Dr Shyamolina Gosh   (Ole Seehausen)
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL
Looking beyond overall synchrony: how do stability-driver relationships differ across the realms?
09.03.2022 Mark Charran   (Ole Seehausen)
Aquatic Ecology & Evolution, IEE, UniBern & Fish Ecology & Evolution, Eawag, Kastanienbaum
Coexistence through divergent morphological trait evolution in a young hyperdiverse fish community
Prof. Catalina Pimiento   (Moritz Muschick)
Inst. of Palaeontology, University of Zurich and Dept. Biosciences, Swansea University
The ecological consequences of extinctions
Dr Parul Johri   (Pooja Singh)
Arizona State University, USA
The role of non-adaptive processes in shaping genomic variation
Dr. Lenin Chari   (Lily Twining)
Dept. of Zoology, Rhodes University, South Africa
The use of combined fatty acid and stable isotope analysis techniques in tracking the relative importance of aquatically derived nutrients in terrestrial foodwebs: A case of spiders and dragonflies in an African Temperate River
Dr. Lauren Simonitis   (Kassandra Ford)
University of Washington
Inking Animals: The Evolution and Function of a Unique Predator Defense
Prof. Paulo R. Guimaraes Junior   (Carlos Melian)
Departament of Ecology, Institute of Biosciences, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Ecological Networks Across Levels of Organization
Hiranya Sudasinghe   (Luiz Jardim de Queiroz)
Evolutionary Ecology, IEE, University of Bern & Natural History Museum, Bern
Insights into macroevolutionary and phylogeographic patterns in Sri Lankan freshwater fishes
04.05.2022 tba
Dr ThankGod Ebenezer   (Ole Seehausen)
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Hinxton, UK
Fostering international collaborations in science: Perspectives from the African BioGenome Project and the Euglena International Network
Dr Javan Carter   (Ole Seehausen)
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
What different genomic data can tell you about evolutionary history
Dr. Verena Ras   (Nare Ngoepe)
Biodiversity and Conservation Biology, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Barcoding African Jellyfish - insights into species patterns, boundaries and diversity
01.06.2022 Dr Dareen Almojil   (Nare Ngoepe)
New York University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Stories in the DNA; insights from sharks and frogs revealed under the population genetics lens