Lecture Series in Evolutionary Ecology and Behavioural Ecology

Seminar Location

Fall Semester: Haller Auditorium, Baltzerstrasse 1
Spring Semester: Studer Auditorium, Baltzerstrasse 3

Seminar Schedule

Wednesday, 16:15, weekly

Legend

BE = Behavioural Ecology Lab
EE = Evolutionary Ecology Lab
 

Protocol Instructions

Fall Semester 2019
Group Date Speaker Title
BE 18.09.19





BE 25.09.19

EE 02.10.19 Prof. Danika Bannasch

University of California, Davis

website



EE 09.10.19 Prof. Pauline Jullien

University of Bern

website


BE
16.10.19


BE 23.10.19

EE 30.10.19 PD Dr. Andrea Grill

University of Bern

website


EE 06.11.19 Prof. Michel Chapuisat

University of Lausanne

website


BE
13.11.19

BE
20.11.19

BE 27.11.19


EE 04.12.19 Prof. Florian Schiestl

University of Zürich

website

Floral evolution driven by biotic interactions
EE 11.12.19 Dr. Rudy Riesch

Royal Holloway University of London

website


EE 18.12.19 TBN

Spring Semester 2019
Group Date Speaker Title
BE 20.02.19

Dr. Josh Van Buskirk

University of Zürich

website

Adaptation and maladaptation on an elevational gradient
EE 27.02.19 Dr. Matthew Barbour

University of Zürich

website

From genes to food webs and back again

Supporting literature: Barbour 1.pdf (PDF, 1.3 MB), Barbour 2.pdf (PDF, 4.0 MB)

EE 06.03.19 Dr. Dan Jeffries

University of Lausanne

website

Rapid, non random transitions among the sex chromosomes of true frogs

Supporting literature: Jeffries 1.pdf (PDF, 118KB), Jeffries 2.pdf (PDF, 1.1 MB), Jeffries 3.pdf (PDF, 1.1 MB)

BE 13.03.19 Dr. François-Xavier Dechaume-Moncharmont

University of Dijon

website

Compatibility and emotional bound between partners in a monogamous fish species

Supporting literature: Dechaume-Moncharmont_1 (PDF, 501KB); Dechaume-Moncharmont_2 (PDF, 402KB)

BE 20.03.19 Prof. Claus Wedekind

University of Lausanne

website

MHC-dependent reproductive strategies in horses (and humans)

Supporting literature: Wedekind_1 (PDF, 762KB), Wedekind_2 (PDF, 676KB), Wedekind_3 (PDF, 1.4 MB)


EE 27.03.19 Prof. Andrew MacColl

University of Nottingham

website

Intra- and intercontinental adaptation in radiations of three-spined stickleback
EE 03.04.19 Dr. Brian Hollis

University of Lausanne

website

Sexual selection and sexual conflict in experimentally-evolving populations of Drosophila melanogaster

Supporting literature: Hollis 1.pdf (PDF, 267KB), Hollis 2.pdf (PDF, 888KB)

BE 10.04.19 Dr. Matt Josephson

University of Bern

website

Understanding genetics of adaptation using genome engineering in stickleback

Supporting literature: Doudna Charpentier.pdf (PDF, 1.4 MB), Bono et al.pdf (PDF, 973KB)

EE
17.04.19 Prof. Judith Korb

University of Freiburg

website

How and why do termite queens live so long?

Supporting literature: Korb 1.pdf (PDF, 1.1 MB), Korb 2.pdf (PDF, 348KB), Korb 3.pdf (PDF, 860KB)

 

BE
01.05.19 Prof. Ton Groothuis

University of Groningen

website

Hormone mediated parental effects; the neglected role of the male and embryo

Supporting literature: Groothuis et al (PDF, 327KB) Kumar et al (PDF, 634KB)

BE 08.05.19 Dr. Bram Kuijper

University of Exeter

website

Plasticity and parental effects in coevolving populations

Supporting literature: Kuijper_1 (PDF, 359KB)

EE 15.05.19 Prof. Trisha Wittkopp

University of Michigan

website

Development and evolution of Drosophila pigmentation

Supporting literature: Wittkopp 1.pdf (PDF, 7.9 MB), Wittkopp 2.pdf (PDF, 487KB)

EE 22.05.19 Dr. Alex Suh

Uppsala University

website

Evolution and sex-specific and tissue-specific chromosomes in birds

Supporting literature: Suh 1.pdf (PDF, 592KB), Suh 2.pdf (PDF, 2.2 MB)

BE 29.05.19 Prof. Sonia Kleindorfer

University of Vienna

website

Vocal performance in birds shaped by in-nest experience

 Supporting literature: Kleindorfer et al (PDF, 496KB) Colombelli-Negrel 1 (PDF, 770KB) Colombelli-Negrel 2.pdf (PDF, 284KB)

Archives

Fall Semester 2018

Spring Semester 2018

Spring Semester 2017 (PDF)
Autumn Semester 2016 (PDF)
Spring Semester 2016 (PDF)