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

Spring 2021

Tuesday, 26 January 1.30 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Prof. Helmut Hillebrand (Oldenburg University, Germany)
Title: "On recovery and thresholds – how synthesis efforts can foster our understanding of ecological stability"
Host: Pablo Urrutia Cordero

Tuesday, 9 March 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Prof. Guillaume Achaz (MNHN, France)
Title: What process(es) explain(s) genetic diversity?
Host: Martin Lascoux/Mathieu Tiret

Tuesday, 23 March 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Dr Ryan Garrick (University of Mississippi, US)
Title: Snorkeling on dry land: biodiversity and evolutionary history of deadwood invertebrates
Host: Chaz Hyseni

Tuesday, 6 April 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Dr. Valérie LeCorre (INRAE, France)
Title: "How teosinte became a weed in Europe"
Host: Martin Lascoux

Tuesday, 20 April 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Prof. Robert D Reed (Cornell University)
Title: Developmental genetic basis of butterfly wing pattern seasonality
Host: Arild Husby

Tuesday, 4 May 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Dr Norah Saarman (Utah State University)
Title: Integrating genetic and environmental data to predict movement and habitat use in a major insect vector
Host: Chaz Hyseni

Tuesday, 18 May 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Dr. Josie Paris (University of Exeter) CANCELLED and moved to the next term
Title: TBA
Host: Elina Immonen

Contact: elina.immonen[at]ebc.uu.se

Last modified: 2021-05-10