The IEG Seminar series ‘Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution’

The IEG Seminar series ‘Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution’ is one of the department’s platforms for postgraduate education and scientific interaction among research programs. With internationally renowned speakers presenting their latest work it also builds an important bridge to the worldwide eco-evolutionary science community.

Past seminars

FALL 2018

Tuesday, 25 September 3pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Haipeng Li
Title: Supervised machine learning for population genomics
Host: Martin Lascoux

Tuesday, 16 October 10.30pm, ZOOTISSALEN
Speaker: Christian Landry
Title: Hybridization as a driving force in microbial speciation
Host: Anne-Marie Dion-Cote

Tuesday, 23 October 3pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Rachel O'Neill
Title: Retroelements and the evolution of stable centromeres
Host: Alex Suh

Tuesday, 6 November 2pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Bjorn Robroek
Title: Plant microbes and peatland ecosystems
Host: Gustaf Granath

Tuesday, 20 November 2pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Josefa Gonzalez
Title: The role of natural transposable element insertions in stress response
Host: Valentina Peona

Wednesday, 21 November 2pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Jeanne Ropars
Title: Genomics of adaptation using fungi as models
Host: Anna Rosling

Wednesday, 11 December 2pm, TBA
Speaker: Ian Henderson
Title: TBA
Host: Carina Mugal /Taki Kawakami


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