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)
Dr. Pooja Singh   (Ole Seehausen)
Aquatic Ecology & Evolution, IEE, University of Bern & Fish Ecology and Evolution, Eawag, Kastanienbaum
Exploring complex ecological adaptations with omics tools
29.09.2021 Prof. Jelena Pantel   (Hanna ten Brink)
American University of Paris, France
The impacts of evolution for community ecological processes in freshwater zooplankton
06.10.2021 Somaye Sheykhali   (Carlos Melian)
Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Physics and Complex Systems, Palma, Spain
Dynamical models from microbial communities abundance data
Dr. Abdel Halloway   (Pooja Singh)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Using Evolutionary Game Theory to Understand Ecological Communities
Dr. Camila Ribas   (Luiz Jardim)
Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Manaus/BR
History, diversification and threats to the avifauna associated to seasonally flooded habitats in Amazonia
Eliane Jemmi   (MSc defense talk; Moritz Muschick & Ole Seehausen)
Aquatic Ecology & Evolution, IEE, University of Bern and Dept. Fish Ecology & Evolution, Eawag
Ancient DNA reveals past diversity of Lake Victoria's haplochromines
Prof Chinwe Ifejika Speranza   (Ole Seehausen)
Institute of Geography, University of Bern
Persisting and changing land use across Africa – Implications for ecosystem services
Dr. Edson Ishengoma   (David Alila)
University of Dar es Salaam, MUCE, Tanzania
Wild Genomics: Sourcing the basis of novel adaptive traits in wild ruminants and fish
Dr. Janet Buckner   (Ole Seehausen)
Louisiana State University Museum of Natural Science
Ducking and Diving - Evolution and (paleo)ecology research in the Anseriformes
24.11.2021 Ryo Futamura   (Kunio Takatsu)
Hokkaido University, Japan
Unraveling size-dependent growth and behavior tactics of a migratory salmonid fish by tracking 10'000 fish in a Japanese river
Camille Leblanc  (Coralie Delarue)
Hólar University College, Iceland
Phenotypic and developmental approaches to better understand adaptive divergence in salmonids
Dr. Lulu Kaaya   (Anna Mahulu)
University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
The ecological distribution of aquatic macroinvertebrates in the tropical rivers of Tanzania
Prof. Flora Magige   (Anna Mahulu)
University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Wild Ostrich behavioural ecology
22.12.2021 tba