Lecture series in Aquatic Ecology und Evolution

Wöchentliche Seminar Serie an der Eawag, Kastanienbaum, Mittwochs um 14h.

Die Seminare können über Zoom gesehen werden. Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns, wenn Sie ein Seminar über Zoom sehen möchten (marcel.haesler@iee.unibe.ch).

date who  (host)
Anan Ibrahim   (Ole Seehausen)
University of Constance, Germany
Reconstructing the effects of anthropogenic changes on Lake Constance eukaryotic communities using sedimentary DNA
03.03.2021 Prof. Liliana Davalos   (Ole Seehausen)
University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
Diversity in the skies: a genomic journey among bats
10.03.2021 Dr. Josephine Msindai   (Ole Seehausen)
University College London, UK and Tanzania
Lake Victoria's chimpanzees: The Rubondo Island population 50 years post rewilding
Dr. Frederic Chain   (Philine Feulner)
University of Massachusetts, Lowell, USA
Evolution of young genes across stickleback populations and their impacts on ecological and genomic differentiation
Prof. Ann-Marie Waldvogel   (Philine Feulner)
Institute for Zoology, University of Cologne, Germany
Evolution of spontaneous mutation rates – the ecological perspective
Dr. Margaret Owuor   (Ole Seehausen)
South Eastern Kenya University, Kenya


Biodiversity and ecosystem services of a large Lake Victoria wetland, the socio-ecological system of Yala Swamp
Dr. Luiz Jardim de Queiroz  (Ole Seehausen)
Dept. Fish Ecology & Evolution, Eawag
Macroevolutionary diversification dynamics and the biogeography of a continental radiation of catfishes in the Neotropics
Dr. Pengjuan Zu   (Carlos Melian)
Dept Fish Ecology & Evolution, Eawag
Understanding ecological networks using information processing traits
Irina Barros   (Carlos Melian)
University of California Merced
Coevolution and assembly of mutualistic systems: from mimetic rings to island biogeography
05.05.2021 Prof. Lee Hsiang Liow   (Moritz Muschick)
Natural History Museum & CEES, University of Oslo, Norway
An integrated view of diversification, ecology, life history traits and paleoenvironment: bryozoans as a model
Dr. Elizabeth Yohannes   (Jakob Brodersen)
Limnological Institute, University of Konstanz
Gabby Atkinson   (Ole Seehausen)
University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
Genome-wide association analysis of survivorship from malaria in experimentally infected Hawaii Amakihi
Dr. Andréa T. Thomaz   (Luiz Jardim)
Facultad de Ciencias Naturales, Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá DC, Colombia
The drivers of genetic variation in riverscapes: from simulations to the Neotropics
Dr. Jessica Ware   (Ryan Greenway)
Invertebrate Zoology, American Museum of Natural History, New York, USA