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.
Tuesday, October 10, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Mette Lillie (Animal Ecology/IEG, UU)
Title: “Endogenous retroviruses across the koala populations”
Tuesday, October 17, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Mario Vallejo-Marin (Plant Ecology/IEG)
Title: "Ecology and evolution of buzz-pollination"
Tuesday, October 24, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: John Stinchcombe (Univ. of Toronto)
Title: "Ecological genomics of life history"
Host: Jon Ågren
Wednesday, November 1, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Florencia Camus (UCL, UK)
Title: "Genomic insights into metabolism and fitness"
Host: Elina Immonen
Wednesday, November 15, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Beatriz Vicoso (ISTA, Vienna)
Title: "Evolution and regulation of ZW sex chromosomes in sexual and asexual brine shrimp (Artemia)"
Host: Niclas Backström
Tuesday, November 28, Ekmansalen
Speaker: Sabine Wollrab (IGB, Berlin)
Title: "The complex response of plankton succession to shifts in seasonal forcing"
Host: Gesa Wyhenmeyer
Tuesday, December 5, Ekmansalen
Speaker: Pau Carazo (University of Valencia, Spain)
Host: David Berger
Tuesday, December 12, Ekmansalen
Speaker: Marty Kardos (NOAA Federal, US)
Host: JAcob Höglund
Tuesday, February 13,
Speaker: Rebecca North
Host: Dolly Kothawala
Thursday, February 15,
Speaker: Giorgio Bertorelle (Univ. of Ferrara)
Host: Linnea Smeds
Tuesday, February 27,
Speaker: Thomas Flatt (Univ. of Fribourg)
Host: Göran Arnqvist
Tuesday, March 12,
Speaker: Meike Wittmann (Bielefeld University)
Host: Martyna Zwoinska
Tuesday, April 23,
Speaker: Martin Garlovsky (Technische Universität Dresden)
Host: Murielle Ålund