Seminars on Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour
Seminars organized jointly by Tomasz Osiejuk (Department of Behavioural Ecology), Jacek Radwan (Evolutionary Biology Group) and Lechosław Kuczyński (Population Ecology Lab). Meetings will take place in room Mała Aula on Wednesdays at 12:15.
During the academic year 2021/2022 some seminars are held remotely.
Seminars planned for Academic year 2021/2022:
Katerina Sam Biology Center Academy of the Czech Republic & University of South Bohemia 6th Marcin Antczak Award ceremony and special lecture by awarded Katerina Sam: "Birds - their senses and ecological importance"
Paweł Mirski University of Białystok & Estonian University of Life Sciences 7th Marcin Antczak Award ceremony and special lecture by awarded Paweł Mirski: "The use of birds of prey movement data in landscape ecology"
17.11.2021 Maciej Ejsmond Genomics and Experimental Evolution Group, Jagiellonian University, Poland How adaptive immunity shapes life histotry evolution
24.11.2021 Joseph Tomkins School of Biological Sciences, University of Western Australia The evolution of dizygotic twinning in humans
15.12.2021 Anna Roberts Institute of Human Biology and Evolution, AMU Poznań, Poland Social brain hypothesis and gestural communication in wild chimpanzees
12.01.2022 Tom Price Institute of Infection, Veterinary and Ecological Sciences, University of Liverpool, UK Male fertility and climate change
19.01.2022 Zuzanna Rosin Department of Avian Biology and Ecology, AMU, Poznań, Poland Village modernization: an overlooked driver of farmland bird declines?
26.01.2022 Przemysław Kurek Department of Plant Ecology and Environmental Protection, AMU Poznań, Poland Seed dispersal in forests - natural processes in unnatural landscapes
02.02.2022 Michał Brzozowski Department of Hydrobiology, AMU Poznań, Poland
The ecological and applicable role of charophytes in aquatic ecosystems in the time of climate change
23.03.2022 Agata Staniewicz Department of Behavioural Ecology, AMU Poznań, Poland Incorporating acoustic surveys into the monitoring of threatened crocodiles
30.03.2022 Paweł Szymański
Department of Behavioural Ecology, AMU Poznań, Poland Passive acoustic monitoring: a non-invasive method to eavesdrop on vocal taxa
13.04.2022 Magdalena Herdegen-Radwan Department of Behavioural Ecology, AMU Poznań, Poland The role of associative learning in evolution of sexual preferences
20.04.2022 Soumen Mallick EcoBio, Université de Rennes, France Distantly related neighbours of host trees can prevent insects from matching tree traits: insect phenotypes and leaf damage on oak trees
27.04.2022 Jonathan Parrett Evolutionary Biology Group, AMU Poznań, Poland The role of sexually selected traits in shaping genetic variation
25.05.2022 Agnieszka Majer Population Ecology Lab, AMU Poznań, Poland Dynamics of the niche and fitness differences in the light of modern coexistence theory
08.06.2022 Gary Hein Department of Entomology, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, USA An invasive found to be right at home in North America: the effects of host, dispersal, and environment